Caesar Business Santiago Centro

Alameda Libertador Bernardo O'Higgins 632, Santiago, Chile | 3 star hotel
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Sanhatten

A travel blog entry by trancura

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Trancura stayed here on Jan 3, 2013 during their trip titled: ARBOL.

Chile's capital...

A travel blog entry by wildkriv

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... and the odd glittering high-rise.

Founded in 1541 by Pedro de Valdivia, Santiago remained a small town until the nitrate boom in the 1880s. Thanks to its smart architecture, the February 2010 earthquake caused comparatively minimal damage in the capital. We did a walking tour around the main city sights, and found this to be a very informative way to learn about the city. A particularly shocking event was the ...

Wanted: International Banana Smuggler

A travel blog entry by tracicope

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... we had 2 dogs follow us for about a mile! We finally made it downtown and found a neat market with several handicraft goods. We stayed there for a bit and then walked over to this mini castle park. We climbed a TON of stairs and made it to the top (I was in sandals). The view of the city was magical with the mountains in the background! Then we grabbed some empanadas and walked around before returning to the hotel for ...

Lazing on a sunny afternoon

A travel blog entry by guyfairbank

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... and a half there, which is good going for me. Next stop was the Fine Arts Museum but that was being restored too (what is it with these renovations? There's hardly a site in Santiago that's not being affected) so once again I headed for the central market and another fish lunch. This time, however, I treated myself to a pud! All I could do in the afternoon was to have a siesta; then I wandered a cross the road to the park, read my book and people watched. Sometimes you need to switch ...

Leaving Melbourne for South America

A travel blog entry by maggiebradley

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We left Melbourne on the 30th of November for South America. We had a stop over in Zealand which was annoying but the next day we arrived in Santiago, Chile. As the time difference was around 13 hours we were very jet lagged and we only spent 1.5 days there before we headed to Peru. We stayed in an average place in Santiago, wasn't much to do as we weren't really in a tourist spot and as we were only there briefly we didn't get to have a big look ...

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