Bellas Artes Suites

Mac-Iver 551, Santiago, Chile | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Santiago


A travel blog entry by ztravelz on Aug 08, 2014

11 comments, 3 photos

... It doesn’t matter what time you go wherever it is that you are going. There will, in fact, be lots of people there or on the way there. So, I told myself in advance it’s okay to get lost. When it happens, I’ll just keep going. Eventually I’ll end up in the right spot. Well, it’s true, but "eventually" is such a subjective word.

Let me first start by telling you that the house that ...

First few days

A travel blog entry by hawkness on May 21, 2014

5 photos

... where my bus takes me to the train that takes me to my hostel. While waiting there, a different bus showed up and said Santiago Centre, so I got on. I stayed on for a while and jumped off at a random stop and then walked around aimlessly for several hours. The downtown area has tons of pedestrian roads will lots of shops and tiny malls. And tons of people!! So different from Montelimar!

Hope you all have enjoyed reading this and I will talk to you all soon!


A “Chile” Start

A travel blog entry by chris-trip on May 04, 2014

4 photos

... del Cristobal or Santa Lucia, from where you can enjoy some nice views over the town and onto the surrounding mountains.

Nevertheless, given that since my first day I have always been in good company while enjoying South American nightlife and being invited to a Chilean Barbeque, where I had incredibly tasty Asado, I am happy to have had such a good start of my new ...

Until we three meet again

A travel blog entry by chilledbeans on Apr 19, 2014

1 comment

We were up early and the same guy served us breakfast at 7 am as previously agreed. Was that a z-bed in the kitchen still up that I spied? He gave us our final warm rolls for breakfast and a last silent thumbs up and we were on our way. We drove about 2 hours to Antofagasta airport and shed a quick tear when we gave back our trusty pickup - we'd covered 2850 km in her and we'd made ...


A travel blog entry by kevinandjoan on Dec 16, 2013

16 photos

We are staying in a house owned by Victor Ibarra in the outskirts of Santiago. We appear to be the only overnight guests and therefore were invited to eat in the kitchen. This being Chile, there was a jar of Nescafe on the table with a Thermos of hot water, but was asked for hot milk instead. Breakfast was scrambled eggs served in the pan, bread, cheese and jams. On the TV was the Chilean version of Loose Women and they seemed to be discussing how hard it is to be a ...