Acacias de Vitacura

Address: El Manantial 1781, Santiago, Chile | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Vitacura area of Santiago, is near Los Dominicos Handicraft Village, Casablanca Valley, Wave House, and Bio-Bio Market.
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    Buenos Aires to Santiago

    A travel blog entry by ridgewell51 on Nov 03, 2015

    10 photos

    ... and security. It took us longer to walk through the queuing system than it did for us to be processed at each place and were in the duty free shop soon after 9.30am. With no early hiccups, or even long lines to contend with, we wondered what today's airport twist would be but there were none apart from our flight boarding and departing a little bit late. At one stage during the flight there was an announcement saying there could ...

    Chile baby

    A travel blog entry by kevandjen on Sep 02, 2015

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    ... felt like. Kev then saw a lady with a Starbucks coffee so we used the wifi to google where the Starbucks was, finding it we headed off to find a decent coffee and something to eat. Walking around in the rain, we nearly gave up. We were wet and freezing cold and this was a Starbucks clearly only a magician could find. Eventually finding it we ordered our most expensive cup of coffee and a small expensive meal. We sat contemplating what we were going to do the rest of ...

    Day 9 - Iguazu!

    A travel blog entry by jessdigs on Jul 14, 2015

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    ... This was a reptile sort of park with random animals. Nothing too special, but good to kill time. I did get to see a turtle at least. Then we walked around the corner to Aripuca. Aripuca was the missions area, here we learnt about the indigenous people who lived on that land, the native Indians. The Aripuca is a type of trap that allowed these people to trap animals without killing them. This place built replicas of structures and shelters that the natives used out ...

    New Continent!

    A travel blog entry by jenniandpeter on Feb 27, 2015

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    ... another adventure ensued. The meals that we had ordered were both specials that included drinks. At checkout, everything was a la carte and about US$4 more than we had expected. Despite the language barrier, we wanted the special. After a bit of back and forth, they finally figured it out and acquiesced to change the price, probably more so to get us out of the place than anything else. It was just a crazy experience and one that isn't even fully captured ...

    Back to Santiago and Off to Mendoza

    A travel blog entry by wineusers on Feb 07, 2015

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    We drove back to Santiago yesterday without too much incident. But wow, what a free-for-all. We managed to navigate perfectly, until our very last turn. Then the map app sent us the wrong way down a one way street. After the requisit honking and hand gesturing from people going the correct way, we made it safely to the next street ...

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