Donde Claudio

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

The Day Before the Day Before.

A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Feb 10, 2015

1 comment, 10 photos

... I headed back to my hotel to get ready for my trip to Punta Arenas (and a God forsaken 6:00 a.m. flight.... YUCK!)

Anyway, the last stop of the day was Metropolitano de Santiago. Santiago's largest park covering San Critobal hill. I have a view of the park from my hotel and I had planned to visit it during my stay. The park includes a myriad of bike paths, a swimming pool, a zoo, Chilean gardens, and a statute of the Virgin Mary at the top of the hill with ...

They throw culture at you

A travel blog entry by nouse4ausername on Jan 22, 2015

25 photos

... us. They were great, an older couple who loved to travel. After this we went into some really hip area of restaurants in Bellavista and grab some food, and to my suprise the the place we ate had Cider, yes, the fist place i have seen it on both my trips here. After lunch we went walking through parks to get to the hostel and finish with a swim.
The second day i got up early and went solo to go on the free tour (tour for tips) around Santiago. ...


A travel blog entry by cjeaddy on Jan 09, 2015

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... and artifacts placed on landscape by activities of human occupants, forming a unity between the physical and cultural aspects). There are 2 floors of the church. The first containing the area for masses/ceremonies and the largest organ in Chile and the second containing a small museum including objects from Easter Island. While visiting the Basilica we attended a mass, which was all ...

From Wall Street to street art

A travel blog entry by jamber on Dec 03, 2014

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... haven't commented on until now is the graffiti. It was sad to be surrounded by this deep history and see that nearly all of the buildings have been tagged - including the churches. We hit up a Peruvian restaurant for lunch where wee had ceviche and their version of mixed meat kabobs. The kabobs exposed us to a couple of new foods including Peruvian corn that has kernels so big it looks like hominy and another item that we've yet to figure out but had ...


A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Nov 16, 2014

... in a dictatorship in the first place. Luckily this was explained on the walking tour. Basically a commy president was voted into power (the first commy to be democratically elected ever apparently) in 1970 and tried to shake things up; with free education, nationalised copper (the biggest export) etc. This nearly bankrupt the country so there was a military coup, which included the bombing of ...

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