Apart Hotel Hotelera Del Sur

Avenida 11 de Septiembre 2250, Santiago, 7510086, Chile | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Santiago

Farewell to Elquí and the North

A travel blog entry by hadwin


... Deep dark fruits and spice on the nose. Really rich, very rounded, soft and long. Luscious.

5. Carménère 2012 15%

This time 60% dried grapes and was voted the best Carménère in Chile beating such Icon wines as Kai from Errazuriz which is almost twice as expensive.

Very dark, clear and bright. Perfumed sweet vanilla nose. Very soft smooth and subtle. Would be sublime with dark chocolate.


In Santiago

A travel blog entry by eoinshirl


... of the university students live, and Ahumada Street where it’s apparently mandatory as a visitor to the city to enjoy the pulse of Santiago’s retail sector.

Walking along Paseo Ahumeda, we took time out in a place called Coffee with Legs. It’s a Santiago icon – a place where people can stop for a frappe or coffee with all patrons standing up at benches to conduct business or meet with friends.

From here to ...

Day 1b - Arrived Santiago

A travel blog entry by spilor_taycer


... I had enough courage to stop! The guy didn't speak any English so our conversation was interesting...I know how to say a few things...like beer (cervesa), water (agua), yes (si), thanks (gracious), yes (si), bye (adios) & hello (hola)...but it's all the in between that really matters...eg how much, what size, sparkling or still, have here or takeaway LOL. It's 7.30pm on Saturday here so we are 13 hours behind Brisbane. And it's so hot & still sunny outside! ...

Day 97 - Per fi, Amanida / And finally, a salad!

A travel blog entry by wanvigdot


Not a lot to explain today. Santiago has 6 million people and when you are in one of the modern parts of town such as Vitacura or Las Condes, you feel you are in a residential area in Barcelona. We are staying in the historical center: It is nice and not polluted. People are walking calmly and nobody is chasing tourists. We are back to normal now: Taxis have a ...

First day

A travel blog entry by aaronandperi


... a stroll to the amenities. We eventfully found some...which we had to pay for...and then none of the toilets had toilet paper in them! You have to get your toilet paper from outside the toilet before and take it in with you, you have to be super prepared! We then wandered back to our hotel, stopping at the supermarket to get some water and supplies. Apparently no one speaks English here and Foxtel in Espanol is proving interesting.... so it's going to be an interesting 6 ...


This hotel, located in the Providencia area of Santiago, is near Paseo Ahumada, Termas de Chillan, La Parva Ski Village, and Isidora Goyenechea.
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