Hotel Antofagasta

Address: Balmaceda 2575, Antofagasta, Chile | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on Balmaceda 2575, Antofagasta, is near El Tatio, Salar de Atacama, and Pan de Azucar National Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Antofagasta

    City of Joy

    A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Jul 05, 2015

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    ... Earlier this year, I arrived in Chile for the first time: the 1987 girl veering way of course, bending her improbable journey southwards with a deep desire to experience something that would change her life forever. This summer, Chile blazed through round after round of the South American tournament, finally triumphing against Argentina last night in an intense game that went to extra time and, finally, to a dramatic penalty shoot out. ...

    Know Your Audience

    A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Jun 12, 2015

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    ... to think of as my own personal theatre of melodrama. Today's misadventure involved a gypsy; Antofagasta has a small community of Romany gypsies who live in colourful tents and shacks by the roadside en route to the airport. The womenfolk can be often seen in the plaza park, asking for money for food, floating around in patterned dresses with easy smiles. The old gypsy who approached me today was wearing a rust-coloured dress with a knitted satchel and ...

    Inadvertent Activist

    A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Jun 09, 2015

    ... special event was being celebrated this time and marvelled at how the amount of fairs and national celebrations in Chile pretty much outnumbered the amount of regular, old days. But then I spied banners and a television crew: this was no national celebration, this was a political protest. And then I spied familiar faces. This was a political protest being staged by the teachers of the city who were participating in the nation-wide strike. I was torn between ...

    Talking with the Desert

    A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Jun 02, 2015

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    ... kissed by the whistling sand thousands of miles inland, a million unfound things obscured beneath a layer of dust just waiting to be discovered. I wanted to explore further, but I also didn't want to. Okay, I confess I was more than a little frightened of it- the beautiful, barren loneliness spread before me. But it was remarkable and I will never, ever forget what it felt like. And yes, I can't wait to go to San Pedro as soon as the opportunity arises. ...

    Little Victory

    A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on May 26, 2015

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    ... To succeed by chance is risky, because one doesn't understand or appreciate the good fortune, and is wholly incapable of replicating it in future. Lucky people can be mesmerising to be around and to watch. You know the people I mean, the ones who get upgrades on planes, who win at scratch cards, who meet the love of their life without effort, who get hit by lightning and can all of a sudden play the violin like a complete maestro. Perhaps such people get to live the very best days of ...