Don Raul Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Don Raul Hotel San Pedro de Atacama
Travel Blogs from San Pedro de Atacama
... the Spanish sentence, maybe because of my excitement or the thin air we were now breathing at 4,000 plus metres. The guide sighed at me, not understanding a word of what I was trying to say. Ask me in English, he said to me in English. What do you want? Oh ****, I thought, as I gabbled away in English- though barely making more sense than my garbled Spanish. The guide seemed angry with me, maybe because I had hardly listened to a word he had said all day? When at last ...
... idea of luring men only into cafes with waitresses in short shirts, low cut tops and high heels, nightclub style. There is defintely something odd (and horribly sexist) about seeing this scene in the morning on the high street, the men propping up the bar drinking coffee not alcohol.
PS In Santiago my phone was stolen. If I had your mobile phone number I have now lost it. Could you please email it to me? Thanks.
... figure out where we are, and can see very small dots slowly moving along. It looks like cars on a road and I realise it must be the road that links Calama and San Pedro. So we decide to ride on and get to the road. Another half an hour to 45 minutes goes by and we are only just starting to make out the cars and trucks as they zoom past and Leesh is starting to feel a bit average. Her stomach pain is not helping her riding and is starting to struggle. But we eventually get ...
... fly their customers into electrical storms, albeit after a 2 hour delay. I arrived to find the town of San Pedro de Atacama far less chilled than its reputation would suggest. Whilst it wasn't one of the towns hit by flash flooding, it was experiencing unprecedented rainfall, power cuts, and worst of all, the internet was down! As a result, many of the hostels had lost their booking systems (chaos), and it was impossible for tour operators to run the many excursions gifted ...
... to find a cash point and get something to cook for dinner before crashing out early.
The first of our tours started at 4:30am the following morning. We hopped on a bus and climbed up to the dizzying altitude of 4700m. The early start was in order to get to see the geysers in the cold before the sun came up fully, making the steam look a lot more impressive. We had breakfast alfresco next to the geysers and then headed to the ...