Donde Claudio

Address: Crucero Exeter 0346, Santiago, Chile | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Santiago

Harry Meets an Unsung Hero and Rants About Clothes

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

... a key port on the Chilean coast, but was still beautiful in its own unusual way. Houses of many different colours appear to be piled haphazardly on top of one another up the steep hills surrounding the coastline. Cable cars built one hundred years ago defy all logic and still function perfectly, carrying people up the dozens of hills. You can sit in quirky cafés and buy unusual arts and crafts. It's all very bohemian, kind of like Montmartre in Paris. If ...

A Culinary Tour!

A travel blog entry by cdicosmo on Jun 18, 2015

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Ed has surprised us today with a special treat! We are booked to spend part of the day with a chef ( from Uncorked Cooking Workshops),travel to the local markets, collect fresh ingredients and cook typical Chilean cuisine. We met our chef at the Mercado Central in central Santiago where we proceeded to taKe a tour of the 4 special markets in the areas. I loved looking at the locals, smelling the freshness, and using what is in season to make our lunch. Liam again made friends ...

Camper-Van Adventure

A travel blog entry by north2south on Jun 06, 2015

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On the plane to Lima an Argentinean man told us 'vibes' in Chile are relaxed. We agree. Compared to other South American countries experienced, Chile is the chillest. Personally, I was most excited for this destination. Ever since hearing about such a dreamland, vast with coastlines and mountains only hours adjacent from each other, I knew I'd be there one day. Finally I'm here with my favorite amigos, a camper van and an adventure's spirit destined to explore ...

Exploring Santiago

A travel blog entry by tomogle on Apr 12, 2015

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... his brief case and gets out a massive plastic knife and starts walking at the police. Had me in stitches. I met Helen and ?Jordan? (Jordan was almost identical to Ben Pecorari) who invited me out for dinner at a fancy steak house. Not wanting to blow my budget I just had a beer and then we picked up a nice bottle of merlot and some beer on the way home which we drank on the rooftop. Still feeling very homesick and missing my family and Kinsella a lot. Hope it gets better ...


A travel blog entry by on Feb 27, 2015

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... we had had an earthquake in the night! Apparently they happen pretty often so no one really worries about them.

I'm yet to be impressed by the Chilean food so far the specialities consist of hotdog Italiano (hot dog topped with tomatoes, mayo and avacado - the colours of Italy) and empanadas (similar to Cornish pasties!) however the wine is top notch and their local drink pisco sours also goes down a treat!

Kerry who I was travelling with knew ...

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