Hotel Diego de Almagro Antofagasta Costanera

Address: Av. Manuel Verbal 1632, Antofagasta, Chile | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Av. Manuel Verbal 1632, Antofagasta, is near El Tatio, Salar de Atacama, and Pan de Azucar National Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Antofagasta

    Unusual Rain

    A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Aug 09, 2015

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    ... A silvery drizzle filled the air for a few hours early in the morning. Events that had been planned over the weekend in honour of the Día del Niño were cancelled, a gloomy voice informed us on the local radio. Sunday morning, the rain finally arrived. I could hear it thrumming on the roof as I struggled towards wakefulness, such a displaced sound in this city where the weather is generally quiet and ineffably mild. When finally I was fully awake, I gazed out my window ...

    Crime Spree

    A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Jul 25, 2015

    ... really, I assure them in response, but they do not look convinced. So in general, when someone warns me that something in Chile is extremely dangerous, I am learning to take it with a pinch of salt.* I am far too neurotic a traveller to fully relax, of course, and so I am always on guard no matter where I am, whether in Canada or Chile. But now when people tell me that Plaza Colon transforms into a hedonistic underworld post-midnight, or not to walk home by myself after dark, ...

    Temblor de Tierra

    A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Jul 12, 2015

    ... and not absolutely devastated by alcohol-induced dehydration. As we drove in the car, my friend told me that just the day before the directors of the organisation had met and, delighted that I was getting involved, had hatched a plan to hold some sort of street-singing concert come November, with the children singing songs in English and Spanish. This news made me blush happily, but my joy was short-lived and I soon came crashing back down to earth again. At the second ...

    Where The Community Lives

    A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Jun 22, 2015

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    ... that are smarter and more talented than they will ever be and, most importantly, these fortunate people are becoming increasingly, eternally alone. But in the sprawling hillside towns, within rooms encircled by bright walls, life is still life, family is still family, feelings are still felt sincerely. Somewhere in the hills, the community is surviving and people still know what it means to be truly happy, even if only for a moment, laughing in a patch of ...

    Rusty Hammers and Electric Underwear

    A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Jun 07, 2015

    ... and his song was lovely, too, which helped fuel the profound retrospectivity of the whole moment. On the way back, sitting in the bus, I briefly closed my eyes. I was thinking of Japanese romance songs, street dogs with courageous hearts who eternally went to heaven, endless market places, the back and forth of money, sex, travel. And then I wondered yet again about what comes next when it finally comes, how it will feel to go home when I go home, how I am meant to become what I am ...