Diego de Velazquez Hotel

Guardia Vieja 150, Santiago, ., Chile | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by josh_chrissy


... Next up, a group of female dancers came out and Josh was asked to dance. Now Josh is not a natural dancer, this is no secret, so he was doing his best to copy his female dance partner's move. However at the end of the dance Josh returned to the table all smiles, thinking he had done a good job...only to discover Chrissy, Mez and Joe in hysterics...because in copying the dancer's moves, Josh had been performing the females part of the dance! All of the other ...

Returning to Santiago

A travel blog entry by the5wynns


... do anything but wash dishes in, we were feeling motivated to get back up to the main road. We made it without a hitch, literally, with only Jonathan's lap sacrificed to catch his morning coffee while navigating the ten kilometers of rough, unpaved road back to civilization.

The rest of the day of driving, with too many bathroom stops to count, led us to our final National Park/Reserve of this road trip, Reserva Nacional Radal Siete Tazas. The road that leads from the main city ...

Banda's Hungry

A travel blog entry by traveldaang


... customs Nik got held back because he filled out his forms wrong. His beard wont cause him problems in customs just his dumbness! lol LuvTrawles xx      Well we have been here for nearly 24 hours and seeing that I am the first one awake (anyone who knows me will know that this is  unusual) I should kick this blog off and what I  would ...

The final day - and a great one!

A travel blog entry by hadwin


... long. Still very fruity with silky ripe tannins. BLIC (Balanced, Long, Intense, Complex to quote one of the educators!).

Well, what a flourish to finish on! These were a great set of wines! We considerd walking to the nearest Metro stop but were told this was a bad idea as the nearest station was in a dodgy area (and from the view from the cab, I agree!). The cab took us to back to the second closest ...

Wish we'd given ourselves more time

A travel blog entry by jonny-and-tara


... north(ish). This was both good and bad. Good because we could see how beautiful the country is. The coastline hits the mountains in a way you can't really explain.... The bad was because we had to get off the effing plane and go through immigration even though this wasn't our destination. Why couldn't we do that in Santiago? Why? I literally don't understand.... Even better was when we had to go ...

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This hotel, located in the Providencia area of Santiago, is near Paseo Ahumada, Termas de Chillan, La Parva Ski Village, and Isidora Goyenechea.
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