Alto Suite Providencia

Pedro de Valdivia, Santiago, 562, Chile | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Santiago


A travel blog entry by deborah1212


... close enough to touch.
I wondered if we were about to land, but no, it is just that the mountains are that high.

A memory of the story of the aircraft which crashed in the Andes and whose survivors resorted to cannibalism lingered a little too long for comfort.

It was not long afterwards that the pilot made an announcement in Spanish that elicited a collective groan from the rest if the passengers.

Due to heavy fog at Santiago they were considering ...

The Andes

A travel blog entry by greeneggsandham


... ends st the ski resort of Valle Nevado at 3000m above sea level. The road up has 60 hairpin bends to reach the top! Unfortunately the ski season doesn't start till mid June so I'm planning on headin down to Bariloche in Argentina and turning into a ski bum for a week or two. Can't wait!!!

Day 57: Hello Chile, Did the Earth just Shake?!

A travel blog entry by msj322


... in first class on this flight was an experience. There is nothing like having them cover you up with blankets as I pause the movie so I can stir the sugar into my green tea ;)

After my arrival I learned that a string of medium sized earthquakes occurred about the same time I touched down in Santiago. I wonder if that was a coincidence after all the food I have eaten ...


A travel blog entry by mersonjames


There is a street very near our hotel in Valparaiso called Pasaje Leighton. Obviously someone in Valparaiso Roads Department was a big Aberdeen supporter in the early 1980's. I wonder if Jim Leighton knows he has a street named after him.

No calls from any Hollywood producers as yet, but it is early days. We have decided that Superstar Suitcase should adopt the stage name Sabrina. Hello Magazine have been in touch wanting to do a front cover and a six page ...

Last stops, La Serena and Santiago

A travel blog entry by humpooper


... at the back in a cottage like setting. We shared the bathrooms to start us getting use to NZ, but it was manageable. Still not my favourite thing to do, but I can live with it. La Serena after being founded was one of the settlements which was burnt to the ground by the native Chilean people. We are told there was a lot of resistance to the Spanish settlement and the natives would raise the settlements all over the country. We spent our time enjoying a far more moderate ...


This hotel, located in the San Bernardo area of Santiago, is near Metropolitan Cathedral (Catedral Metropolitana), Plaza de Armas, Museo Interactivo Mirador, and Central Post Office.
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1.50 of 5 stars Poor