Av. Alonso de Cordova 5727, Las Condes, 7560927, Chile | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Av. Alonso de Cordova 5727, Las Condes, is near Casablanca Valley, Los Dominicos Handicraft Village, Portillo Ski Resort, and Descabezado Grande.
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    Travel Blogs from Las Condes


    A travel blog entry by steve.martion on Jan 21, 2014

    ... called O´Higgins after some Irsih bloke who helped the Chileans in their indipendence war for some reason) and stumbled accross Cerrro Santa Lucia which ia a park in the middle of the city on top of a hill. Once you climb to the top of the hill there is a viewing area from which you can see the whole city and see how it is completly surrunded by the Andes mountains which are spectacular. The only let down is that Santiago is quite polluted and there is a ...

    Picking up a pick up

    A travel blog entry by kevinandjoan on Dec 17, 2013

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    ... Ibarra.

    For dinner we went to a restaurant by bus. It seems there is a flat fare however far you go. Buses are frequent and cheap compared with home. We rucked up at Lucas y Tomas. It was a huge pristine restaurant with a big screen playing 1990's Latin American music. There were a few interesting veggie dishes on the menu, but some of them will have involved a stock base and we don't know how to ask about stock yet!

    Both ...

    Days 52 - 54: Santiago, Chile

    A travel blog entry by tksa on Nov 16, 2013

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    ... fact that our bus for San Pedro left at 9:30am, meaning we hardly had a chance to get things sorted. Despite this pretty substantial financial setback we were determined to not let it dampen our spirits and so we accepted the loss as a 'tourist tax'. We boarded our bus on time and began the 24 hour drive north to the Atacama desert. Understanding that this bus would probably be the last comfortable bus we'd have for a while, we made the most of it!

    Smoggy, foggy, doggy

    A travel blog entry by bobandtracie on Sep 04, 2013

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    ... drinking their morning beverage. Some of the cafes also have a one minute "special" show if you are lucky enough to find one!

    We like Santiago a lot, a big city set against the backdrop of the Andes - though being surrounded by mountains does mean there is an ever present smog cloud which gets a bit much after a few days. Warm at last however, Bob even managed a day in shorts and did a little dance to ...

    Meeting the people of Chile

    A travel blog entry by shane.bruty on Jul 17, 2013

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    27/7/2013 - Meeting the people of Chile Today was an amazing experience! Not only did we get to see some more of this wonderful landscape but we got to meet the beautiful people of the different parishes. The day started off by having breakfast at about 8 o'clock, then jumped on the buses at 9. Throughout the day we visited many different parishes and attended mass and a liturgy. Very similar to what we do at school however some of the mass is in Spanish, some in English. They ...