Altos del Mapocho Apart Suite

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A travel blog entry by nate-n-amy


We arrived in Santiago around lunchtime to find, to borrow a phrase from Anthony Bourdain, No Reservations. We were weary and patient but not as gracious as the front desk clerk, Claudio, who took it upon himself to call our emergency local expedition contact, Marcelo, and work out the details for us, including ensuring our next hotel had our information. Claudio's Chilean accent was apparently a little confusing to ...


A travel blog entry by chooseysuzy


We left Miami at about 8:45 pm last night and endured an interesting 8 hour flight to Santiago. Despite two crying babies, uncomfortable seats, and a guy snorting for the last three hours that sounded like Dad (from Greg), we managed to get somewhere between 4-5 hours of sleep. Grandma beat Greg at Battleship and Greg beat Grandma at chess on the on board TV entertainment. At 5 am local time (3 am in Florida!) we were served a delicious breakfast of eggs, mushrooms, ...

Second day in Satiago

A travel blog entry by tjarnen


... my way through downtown, trying to find the Central Market. It was a market with more restaurants and food stuff, and there were of course some other things too. I just walked through it and used the restroom as well. Then I went on past Mopocho Station over the Mopocho River to visit both the Tirso de Molina Market and La Vega Fruit Market. There looked a bit older than the rest on the other side of the river. It was a long and nice walk all in all. On my way back I tried to walk ...

Where shit hit the fan

A travel blog entry by chrisfox93


... mountain pass between Chile and Argentina we were actually stuck in Santiago for a few more days that wanted. The song of choice was hotel california as we could literally check out but seemlingly never leave. During those days I got the cable car to the top of Cerro Cristobal looking over the city and had ice-cream in one of the best 25 ice-cream shoips in the world according to the daily mail (it was glorious) and didn't do much else. Finally we left Chile!


Exploring Santiago

A travel blog entry by top-of-the-hill


... a concrete plaza, built as a memorial to all the people that were killed (at least 3,500) or tortured & interned (40,000) after the coup of September 11, 1973 until a plebiscite removed Pinochet's rule in March 1990. The vote to change back to democracy was surprisingly narrow with 40% wanting things to stay as they were and the rest wanting change. The new government sought no retribution which allowed the country to tackle ...

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