Apart Hotel Hotelera Del Sur

Avenida 11 de Septiembre 2250, Santiago, 7510086, Chile | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Santiago

Chile- Santiago

A travel blog entry by mattcoopers

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... cheaper, but than refuses to accept the cheaper price, when I arrive at the hostel. Burton answers the door at the hostel and also try's to argue my case, with no luck. 1hr in sth America and already getting ripped off. No big deal, we are talking $20. Just the principal of it. And I later learn that $20 is 2 bags of rack or 4 bottles if vodka. The next couple of days in Santiago are a nice rest. Hostel is quietish. A group of intrepid travelers are there and we had a big ...

So now we are in Chile, yay!

A travel blog entry by cracka

5

... city with the afternoon sun aaaaahhh, spaced out and airy and with many small cafe like pubs along side each other with people eating drinking and chatting and an unusually high ratio of attractive women everywhere. That sums up our night in Chile. Sitting and watching the people, people coming home from work, people driving cars. Saw some dinged up cars. Saw a 4wd drive on the wide footpath and into a short metal pole. That was interesting. ...

Sightseeing in Santiago AND 2 ply toilet paper

A travel blog entry by burke1961

4
20

... work so they just built their highrises and moved their companies offices to here. As you do.

The whole bus loop took 2hrs and again, being a sook, the first time I did not get off:)) It was really enjoyable just soaking in the atmosphere of the city, which has a stunning backdrop of the Andes in a circle (hence the bad smog, though). I don't know why its so overrated, being compared badly to the glamour of Rio or the dynamic BA. I ...

Santiago

A travel blog entry by mersonjames

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... At the bottom there is an enormous shopping mall. We are drawn inside by a mysterious force. In a little while for some reason KUNA comes in to my head. You remember KUNA. The Peruvian knitwear shop we spent a fruitless day trying to find in Buenos Aires. I say to Kathleen that I wonder if the Santiago KUNA shop could be in this Centre. Just at that moment we turn a corner and there it is in front of us. Now after The Buenos Aires fiasco I had taken the huff ...

Last stops, La Serena and Santiago

A travel blog entry by humpooper

36

... punchy wines. Most surprisingly was the cost of a barrel, which was 1000 USD for the French oak and once used 3-5times can be resold to Pisco or liquor merchants for a paltry 60 USD! We also got shown through the fermentation process and bottling, something I had never seen on the many wine tours I have done. It almost made the tasting an after thought! We went for lunch at a nearby restaurant where I had a corn pie, which has creamed corn where potato would usually go on ...

Location

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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