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    Exploring Santiago

    A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Apr 10, 2015

    47 photos

    ... finished at the cultural centre. It was originally a conference centre and then the government took over when the palace was bombed and now it has been turned into a cultural centre. There are theatres, recording studios, and performing spaces. Upon returning to the hotel, we went out for a group dinner. This included people who just finished the last leg of the trip and the new people joining. It is sad to see some of the people leaving as we've had a great time the last few ...


    A travel blog entry by chakotai on Apr 04, 2015

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    I like this city!!! It's really lovely - cosmopolitan, chic and easy to get around and see what's happening!! Up after a sleep in, off on a walking tour of this beautiful city :) Beautifully restored civil buildings, presidential palaces - old and new - embassies, parks, shopping centres, bohemian village markets and walking areas!! It is soooo good to stretch my legs after days of busses and planes . I found a little lapis lazuli butterfly charm for my bracelet. :) ...

    New Continent!

    A travel blog entry by jenniandpeter on Feb 27, 2015

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    ... actually switched hotels that morning, since we decided after a relatively tight schedule in New Zealand that we would like to be a bit more flexible in South America. The first move to that end was to extend a night in Santiago, but our hotel had no availability that night so we moved further towards the higher end suburbs, to a rather sterile area that was kind of like the Tech Center in Denver. The next morning, we packed up and headed to the bus station on our way to Valparaiso. ...

    Walking tour of Santiago

    A travel blog entry by sueton on Jan 23, 2015

    Santiago has 2 walking tours, both free except for tips. We chose the one that left from the Plaza De Armas, in the centre of the old town. Joachim from Bolivia was our guide, his English was excellent and his South American accent even more captivating. We visited the important buildings, learnt about the politics and of course the Pinochet regime and the laws that he left behind, like only official buildings can fly the Chilean ...

    During the last few days...

    A travel blog entry by bzmot on Jan 08, 2015

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    ...I manage to get my dry food and my homemade breakfasts past the ruthless sanitary customs check at the Chilean border. They seem to be impressed by the fact I tried to climb Aconcagua :) ...I arrive in Santiago and as usual I'm in awe of the cleanliness, order and wealth of the country and still not a big fan of the local prices. ...At the same time I how everything works so much better here than in Argentina. ...