Apart Hotel Neruda

Avenida Pedro de Valdivia 164, Santiago, Chile | 3 star hotel
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Santiago-t here

A travel blog entry by hadwin

3

... everything was falling apart around them. Luckily I already had my wine and food so had a front row seat at the show with only my missing tap water falling over the abyss. Eventually, a cuing Middle Eastern family (surely an oxymoron) re-organised things so they could sit down together and all was well.

Onto the plane and a quick hop over to Paris Charles de Gaulle with my carrier for the full trip – Air France. Now ...

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 ...

And the winner is...

A travel blog entry by lrm2164

29

... a city, meet new people and learn a whole lot of interesting facts and stories. For example, one of the MOST interesting things I learned was that the generous government of Chile cares about all the stray dogs in their city and thus when the cold weather comes a rollin in, they send people out to put sweaters on all of their homeless canines. I was amazed by this apparent benevolence of Chile, especially after learning about their very ...

First impressions

A travel blog entry by slotmanfamily

3

... are empty, pedestrians gone, traffic vanished. The contrast with the lively scene of this afternoon is staggering. Like a curfew has been imposed. The streets abandoned. A bit of a scary scene, actually. Time to stay inside. Our apartment is quite small (certainly not as "spacious" as the website advertised), and the kids make use of their beds to find the quiet space to read and unwind. We plan to wake up early(er) tomorrow and get onto Santiago time. ...

Day 102 / 103 - Shopping at Costanera Center

A travel blog entry by wanvigdot

5

Arribem a Santiago al barri de Las Condes, residencial i de negocis. Quan hi arribem amb les motxil.les i "disfressats" d'aventurers, la gent ens mira. De dret cap a un Starbucks on hi ha wifi i aix podem buscar un lloc per dormir. A temps de prendre'ns un "latte", ja tenim un apartament "a ocho cuadras". Perfecte.

Fa uns dies que preparem llistes. La primera lista s la de coses per comprar per anar a la platja. L'Ariana i l'Elena ...

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Location

This 3 star 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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