Holiday Inn Express Iquique
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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A day trip from Iquique was this incredible Unesco Ghost Town. Humberstone was a working saltpeter mine until the Germans superseded its use with their ability to produce ammonia for use in fertilisers. The town was pretty much abandoned overnight in the early 1930's and whilst decaying remains there today operating as a low budget ...
... was further on than I had thought, it was actually in the place I had planned to camp that night. I figured that if I camped by the station then I could fill up on water in both the evening and morning. I asked if I could camp in the car park, to which the officer had to summon the boss. The boss arrived and cannot have been older than 27. I was not allowed to camp, he insisted that I take a room. He showed me to my own room, my own bathroom with hot shower and found me a hot ...
... of Iquique. Despite the material superiority of the Peruvian ship, the battle lasted for over three hours. The famous captain of the Esmeralda, Arturo Prat, was killed while leading an attempt to board the enemy vessel, but the Peruvians eventually sank the Esmeralda.
The replica of the Esmeralda was built to celebrate the Bicentenaries of Chile and is considered the most important historical heritage Project in Chile. On the ...
From one beach city to another, we arrived in hot Iquique and spent 2 hours trudging from one accommodation to the next. It was peak season in this city. We eventually found a room at 'Hostal Vivar', where the staff was welcoming and the room with its 5 beds comfortable. We were in need of a large, liquid refreshment by this point. We made our way into town along Baquedano’s fanciful wooden sidewalks, passing by many buildings with lovely ...
... the area. As with prior Couchsurfing experiences, there is no prerequisite to pay or offer your services, but simply to enter into the spirit of cultural interchange and community. Perhaps here, in the Chilean countryside, in the words of Rupert Brooke: *"think only this of me: That there's some corner of a foreign field That is for ever....Lee Abbey" M * horrendously paraphrased from The War Sonnets: V. The Soldier, Rupert Brooke, one of my favourite ...