Ciudad De Vitoria

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Travel Blogs from Santiago

My first taste of Santiago

A travel blog entry by greeneggsandham on May 22, 2014

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... having an amazing vibe, amazing out door cafe type scene, great people and the city looks incredible boarded by the colossal snow capped Andes mountains.

Highlights for today: 1 freebe bus/metro card, checking out the cafes at Patio Bellavista, riding the funicular to the top of the San Cristobal hill in the Metropolitan Park, eating conger eel and people watching at Mercado Central.


A travel blog entry by peterandsandra on May 16, 2014

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Today is our last full day in S.A. We went for a tour to Valparaiso on the coast. It was a major seaport for ships travelling between the Pacific and Atlantic oceans until the Panama Canal opened in the 1930s and the city virtually went bankrupt. It is Chile's major seaport today. We visited the house of Pablo Negura who won a noble prize for literature. After driving around the city ...

Chile- Santiago

A travel blog entry by mattcoopers on May 01, 2014

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... me to the cafe and chatted to the receptionist while I googled for a bit. I got the address, which he was trying to get from me. It all seemed a bit sus, but I think just me being paranoid. Next step is finding a taxi. I am directed to an old ****** yellow car with a black painted roof and a woman driver. It looks like an old 80's model sedan. A portable fare meter stuck on the dash. She quotes me a fare which is double what I was told to pay. I argue the price and she ...

Ahhhh santiago

A travel blog entry by augsabroad on Mar 14, 2014

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... Bachelet, being officially ushered in the next day. Monica, who worked in the government, was hosting a farewell party for her office, as most of them were out of a job the next day. Natalie and I attended the first part of the party, long enough to get some chips and Domino's pizza and drinks, before we admitted defeat to the fact that, being a farewell party, it wasn't the best time to mingle and make friends. The next day we headed to the central part of Santiago to check out the ...

Santiago, Chile

A travel blog entry by rivkapi on Jan 23, 2014


... of many cars (for democracy etc. -nobody paid attention).
After chek-in in the hotel and after a shower, I went to the art museum - nice works of Chilian artists, but most of the museum is closed for renovation. There is a river nearby like Ayalon,, also a hill-park, Sant Lucia. Then I walk to Centro Gabriela and... you would not believe: there was a performance of an orchastra and a singer: 1 hour of electrified Chilian music. We ...

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