Hotel Holley

Address: General Holley 2284, Santiago, Chile | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Providencia area of Santiago, is near La Parva Ski Village, Termas de Chillan, Isidora Goyenechea, and Museo Tajamares del Mapocho.
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Travel Blogs from Santiago

My new house take 2, New Years and couchsurfing

A travel blog entry by dragonfly911 on Jan 10, 2015

2 comments, 17 photos

... After grabbing a cab (miracle!) we made it just in time to see the fireworks. Not only did we have a fireworks show right in front of us, but they were all to the left and right as they were set off in different areas. I'm not a big fireworks person after seeing so many in Bali, but they did look magnificent. The streets were piled with people, from babies to 90 year old grandmas (or God knows how old) and everyone in between. After the show was over, I headed to ...

Travel blog. Entry 24. Chile

A travel blog entry by sarlexpovend on Dec 01, 2014

53 photos

... topped with mayo, avocado and tomato the colours of the Italian flag. The addition of sour craut turns the Italiano into a 'completo'. Popular drinks include a strange concoction of peach nectar, wheat and whole preserved peaches. Another sweet treat is the 'torremoto' or earthquake a must try for all tourists. A drink made up of pineapple ice cream a syrupy spirit and strong cheap white wine. So called the earthquake as it's gaurentered to make the earth shake after knocking ...

Inspiring people

A travel blog entry by getcracken on Nov 30, 2014

3 comments, 12 photos

... the presidential palace and moments before committing suicide, Allende (President Elect) broadcasted his final speech to the people. The head of the army (Augusto Pinochet) was appointed as president in 1973 (inflationary correlation) and the country did not have a free and fair democratic election until the late 1980's. The military rule was a difficult, yet economically prosperous one. Chile did away with the socialist institution (much to ...

History

A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Nov 16, 2014

... open, so that people don't forget.

The museum took several hours, mainly due to the audio - you have to go at it's pace rather than your own, but we were still on time for the afternoon walking tour. This covered the main areas and buildings in downtown. The difference between here and where we visited yesterday is stark. The streets here are clean and wide with a more European feel. It's also ...

The Home Run

A travel blog entry by colin on Oct 18, 2014

7 photos

... night.

After about 12 hours sleep I felt much better on Wednesday. I did go for a wander around the part of Bogota near the hostel. But mainly I just did not much. That night I went back to the airport to get another flight, this time to Santiago, Chile. This was a six hour flight. Once again I got no sleep, but on the approach to Santiago there was a great view out to the left of a ...

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