Address: Cirujano Guzman 103, Santiago, 8320000, Chile | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Providencia area of Santiago, is near La Chascona (Pablo Neruda's Home), Isidora Goyenechea, Termas de Chillan, and Museo Tajamares del Mapocho.
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        Travel Blogs from Santiago

        Harry the Accidental Smuggler

        A travel blog entry by harry.harrison on Nov 07, 2015

        Harry just tried to send a box home, but unfortunately it contained illegal items. On the list of contraband. The below did not really happen, it is just a simulation of what would have happened if the man in the post office hadn't told Harry about the illegal items.

        In Chilean customs Sargent Ramirez shakes his head as he inspects the three tonnes of cocaine that his men have just intercepted. A nervous moustachioed man is being held by ...

        Day 2 - Santiago

        A travel blog entry by jessdigs on Jul 07, 2015

        1 comment, 6 photos

        ... day. Thoughts: Feeling emotional and nervous. Most likely from lack of sleep. Stressing about the uni situation. But a good talk with steph and with ash has made me feel better. The plan: Ash is in Sydney fully aware and ready to help with forms or anything I need. Thank god. Worst case is that I do need to take a 12 month break. But in reality this is only about 4 months later then when I would have gone back to uni anyway. With ...

        The Day Before the Day Before.

        A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Feb 10, 2015

        1 comment, 10 photos

        ... walked through the orange courtyard you passed through another portico where the security screenings took place and finally through one last portico to the outside back entrance.

        Since I entered through the back portico I would be entering the “Orange courtyard” first, once I passed through the security screening, which was a typical government building screening – metal detector and bags through a conveyor screening.

        Francesco explained to ...

        Niall & Valerie - South American Odyssey

        A travel blog entry by nlund on Jan 13, 2015

        18 comments, 207 photos

        ... mingled it very successfully with the new. Immediately next door was a similar palace, currently the embassy of The Holy See and BA's most famous son. It's quite clear there was a lot of wealth in Buenos Aires in the early to middle part of of the last century and those that had it spent it quite well and with style.. Those familiar with Argentinian financial history will be aware it's a continuous tale of rags to riches. Like a lot of other economies not everybody appears to ...

        The Flight Home

        A travel blog entry by mgrewal on Dec 14, 2014

        19 photos

        ... try the Sundae and the cake, he gave me both. The Sundae had actual hot fudge on it, and the cake was delicious! That was definitely the best meal I've had on a plane. Following my amazing dinner, I turned my seat into a bed, and went to sleep for the rest of the remaining 8 hours. I woke up about 30 minutes before the flight landed. Once we landed and got to the gate, I quickly flew through customs, went home, took a shower, and went straight to ...