Address: Victoria Subercaseaux 353, Santiago, Chile | Hotel
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        TripAdvisor Reviews Foresta Santiago

        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

        Travel Blogs from Santiago

        Adjusting to City Living

        A travel blog entry by smonty1


        ... to have forgotten a large portion of my previous schooling! The other students in my class all seem very comfortable speaking in complex sentences and are able to ask questions with ease and interject comments when appropriate without any hesitation. On one hand, I am annoyed with the fact that I feel overwhelmed, but I am excited because I know that soon (hopefully) I will be able to talk like they do, and really be comfortable and have a solid understanding of the ...


        A travel blog entry by kaz_and_tim


        ... Manu (with her boyfriend Thomas) and Kata were able to make it but unfortunately Macarena was out of town skiing. It was great to see everyone and we all met in a bar called the Clinic in the cool bario of Bellavista. The only problem was that the bar is based on a satirical magazine of the same name so all the clever 'jokes' in the menu and on the walls were completely lost on us, much to the amusement of the little chillies! Piscos were the order of the day and we ...

        Marijuana celebrations in Santiago

        A travel blog entry by steveowonder


        ... the weird and wonderful food, the never ending threat of getting food poisoning, the party's, the women, the locals, the buses, the language and looks of confusion when you attempt to speak it, the people in general and the value for money.

        Salut con todos, gracias y hasta luego!

        Next: civilization and all things clean in ...

        Leaving Patagonia for the big city

        A travel blog entry by foreignx


        ... that all the documents had been brought from the ticket office downtown. They did sort it out by hand writing us a boarding pass for the Puerto Montt to Santiago leg of our flight. Closer to boarding time security opened its doors….again very low key, with just two fellows to check in the 50 people boarding the plane. They did not seem to care about the passengers carrying liquids but you did have to state that you did not have any explosives or weapons ...

        On and Off in Santiago...

        A travel blog entry by echarles


        ... Bellavista like a college town, and Downtown a bustling historical center. Providencia is centrally located and has nice restaurants and contemporary shopping.
        We rode for a while, then got off in the Downtown area to walk around the Mercado Central. To say that this was crowded would be an understatement. The streets here are pedestrian-only, and they are lined with all types of stores. We ...

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