Bellas Artes Suites

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

They call me Willay

A travel blog entry by liamkirby on Aug 24, 2014

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... with more grace. And less poo in their payntsh.

After getting the living **** kicked out of us on the dunes we hit one of the most fancy seafood spots in town. Fortunately my credit card survived the trip, and our stomachs were well rewarded with some of the best seafood either of us have dined on. Sated on good food and wine we foolishly opted to hit the nearby casino. And lose. A lot. Fffffffffack.

An overnight bus later and we are in San Pedro in the heart of ...

Sneezes and yawns

A travel blog entry by shroudofturin on Jul 28, 2014

Today marks the beginning of the long anticipated trip to South and North America. It started in a very enthusiastic fashion, with Peter driving me to the airport amidst lots of squeals and hugs of excitement. However, if you've ever had really bad hayfever, you'll know what a dampener it can be on even the best days. I seemed to be allergic to something in the air on the plane and spent the entire 12 hours sneezing and rubbing my eyes and scratching my face and blowing my nose - it was ...

Splendid Santiago

A travel blog entry by lizemma10 on May 27, 2014

... those in bikinis and even with extras, (don't no how Starbucks hasn't gone out of business). From here we were introduced to the presidential building, with an introduction to the history of the politics. In 1970 the new president was elected who was Marxist, he wanted to bring about change to better the poor, to improve education, however, the nation were not happy with this and every week there were protests against him and then for him. On the 11th September 1973 ...

Returning to Santiago

A travel blog entry by the5wynns on Apr 26, 2014

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... sun began to set and we could no longer see where we were going, we climbed back up to our campsite to make dinner and settle in for the night.


I am writing this last entry ever from our Wicked Dr. Vex. I write from inside my sleep sack, my head under the covers not yet having looked to see the daylight yet. I almost always write in the wee hours of the morning before anyone else in my family is awake. I am cozy and warm tucked into my cocoon-like sheet, under ...

Beginning in Santiago, picking up N788W

A travel blog entry by harry4123 on Jan 26, 2014

... be useful for wintertime flying in the Pacific Northwest where I live and the minimum enroute altitudes are often in the ice zone. The downside with these TKS systems is that the limited de-icing fluid in the tank only last about an hour so you can’t plan an extended flight in icing conditions. Beyond equipping the plane with TKS, I also did a few trial flights at 15,000 and 16,000 feet where my engine is less efficient and I need to use oxygen (which ...