Donde Claudio

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

Thoroughly Exploring Santiago With One Man Down

A travel blog entry by the5wynns


... br> After spending a total of nine days here, I can confidently say that Santiago feels much like New York City, with its wide Boulevards, excellent metro system and beautiful mix of youthful, cosmopolitan, urban-hip, entrenched in a sophisticated, however seemingly carefree, city. Santiago and its people, however, have clearly been shaped by their complex history of war, colonialism, independence, brutal dictatorship and natural disasters.

Thursday, our first day ...

On the road again

A travel blog entry by meggles

... I totally failed to see the last time I was here. First up Cerro Santa Lucia....The name 'indigenous art museum' was definitely a bit misleading when I wandered into the small room under Santa Lucia. As it said 'free entry' I thought it couldn't harm to look but apart from one very small glass cabinet buried in the middle of the market stalls it was just a shop. After nearly 9 months you'd think tourist ...

Sun is Shining

A travel blog entry by rachelle.bassi


... about the Chilean history (particularly the Coup in 1973 and the emphasis on the thousands of people who went missing and/or were tortured in the 17 years that followed), and simply wandered the city. We tried one of the restaurants recommended to us by the walking tour and I finally had a taste of Ceviche (a raw fish dish comprising of prawns, squid and fish…. so, so good!).
Sadly again, I had to say goodbye to Deanna, as I had a flight up to Quito for the ...

New Year's Eve

A travel blog entry by pinklady27


... for the lift, when one finally did stop we squeezed in, but promptly caused much hilarity as the lift was now too heavy to move. The Chileans laughed and gestured that we had been eating too much and were too fat, smiling back at our corpulent companions we gracefully retreated, the irony not lost on us. Instead we decided that to get up to the roof we must catch a lift down. It was cool to be on the crowded roof terrace counting down, being sprayed with ...

Nico in Valparaiso and Santiago

A travel blog entry by colochisima


... an zu weinen. Wie schön leer war es doch in der Atacama- Wüste.

Dann gewinnen wir die Stadt aber doch lieb und verbringen ein paar schöne Tage. Von den Hügeln, die mitten in der Stadt liegen, hat man einen fantastischen Blick auf die Hochhäuser und die Anden im Hintergrund. Wir genießen unsere letzten Tage ohne Programm, schlendern durch Santiagos gemütliche Stadtviertel, Essen Eis und durchstöbern die Märkte. In unserer Wohnung kochen wir und spielen ...


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