Panamericana Hotel Arica

Address: Avda Comandante San Martin 599, Arica, 1001708, Chile | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Midtown area of Arica, is near El Morro de Arica, Parque Nacional Lauca, Catedral de San Marcos, and Lake Llanganuco.
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Travel Blogs from Arica

The oldest mummy returns . . .

A travel blog entry by pinklady27 on Jan 14, 2014

1 comment, 38 photos

... to us kept saying 'English', laughing and smiling, shaking her head and then something else in Spanish. We think she liked us :) whilst paying, the guy next to her engaged her in banter telling us Peruvians smelt (she was from Peru) and had a joke with us, we didn't understand all the words, but actions help and they were pleased to have a photo with Rhianwyn. On the way back we stopped at the bus station and managed to establish that to cross the border to Peru we need a collectivo ...

Days 75 - 77: From Peru to Chile's Arica

A travel blog entry by rjcannin on Dec 30, 2013

1 comment, 19 photos

... with handshakes, hugs, and an offer to come back. One last example of Peruvian hospitality and warmth before we moved on to see more of South America. The trip consisted of an 8 hour bus ride south to the border town of Tacna; then handing our passports to a one of several drivers standing in front of the bus terminal as we jumped into his collectivo taxi with three other people for the drive to Arica, Chile. Crossing the border went more ...

Adios Peru, Hola Chile!

A travel blog entry by eddim on Oct 30, 2013

... through some check point which was bit unnerving to relinquish your only form of id but it was all good and got it back as soon as we continued on from said check point. We were on the bus for a total of 7hrs (yes there is a toilet onboard and useable) before having a chance to get out of the bus but only for the sole purpose of gathering our luggage to put through the x-ray machine and wait for the bus to be searched before being allowed to put our luggage ...

No Clever Title... It's too dry here

A travel blog entry by peter.zgeb on Feb 17, 2013

28 photos

... are very very old and now maintained and restored by the university as a part of the culture. They were created to guide travellers in search of the coast...water. The glyphs depicting animals, most often llamas, usually face the ocean. There is one modern one of the Coca-cola logo. So here we were in this small, extremely dusty parking area, barely big enough for a bus, but there was still room enough for a small stand selling Chilean wine. Next stop was the Archealogical Museum. ...

Our longest, most dreadfully boring journey yet!!!

A travel blog entry by kenanddonna2005 on Jan 24, 2013

6 photos

... Once there, we walked around in circles for ages trying to find the ticket booth for the bus to take us across the border. Eventually we worked out that we had to buy the ticket on the bus, which was actually out through the gates but, in order to get there, we had to buy bus terminal exit stamps first.

Finally we got on a bus, which took us through the borders, before dumping us an hour or so later in Chile ... Arica to be ...