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Travel Blogs from Santiago

World Cup

A travel blog entry by hawkness on Jun 24, 2014

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... After big matches, much of Chicago gets a bit out of control as well. But still, it is an interesting phenomenon. Yesterday, Chile played again. I could not watch the game as it aired at the same time I had to leave to go to work. But as I mentioned earlier, it was quite strange to see this populated city so empty in the middle of the day. I took two trains and a bus and all three were barren! I was literally the only one on the bus and I think the bus driver forgot I was ...

Day 1 - Santiago, Chile

A travel blog entry by ben.and.hillary on Apr 19, 2014

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... buy everything and anything there! I was in seventh heaven wandering into the clothes shops and lasted a hour or two before jet lag hit and I needed to go back to the hotel for a massive sleep!

For dinner we headed to a nice group of restaurants a few blocks from our hotel which reminded us of Lygon Street. The menu was all in Spanish so we picked food we thought we recognized and hoped for the ...

Where is everyone?

A travel blog entry by rmhtraveller on Jan 05, 2014

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We had a lazy morning, then checked out of the hotel as we were meeting our tour group at a different hotel later. Previous experience with tours has shown that we are not always in the best part of town. We decided to head into the main square and to get some coffee and wander around a bit. Shock! Horror! The whole of the central part of the he city was dead! Closed! Roller shutters down! It is Sunday and apparently ...

Chile Part 1

A travel blog entry by marty_rach on Nov 30, 2013

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We finished up the mine tour and gave a donation to the charity that the mine sponsored for the tours. The time was upon us for our 21 hour trip to Santiago. In what was set to be our longest single journey together we bulked up on drinks and snacks jumped aboard.

To our dismay, the bus pictured was not ...

Exploring Santiago and moving on

A travel blog entry by lindb on Nov 01, 2013

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... and "semi cama" which is what we were in, which had pretty good reclining seats, better than some business class flights! All for the cheap price of 12 US dollars. The 6.5 hr overnight journey went really quickly, and we arrived in Los Angeles bus terminal for at 06.50 hours. In bad Spanglish we found out that we had to get a taxi to the local bus terminal to catch a bus to Albanico. The local bus terminal was a bit scruffy ...