Hotel Quito

Address: Quito 36, Santiago, 6326632, Chile | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Santiago

3 days in Santiago, Chile

A travel blog entry by waitey on Jun 18, 2015

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... something that meant ¨we are chile¨´. We watched the game in a massive tent with heaps of locals. They loved the us, well mainly the two girls with blonde hair. Everyone wanted photos with them. Got asked a lot where i was from and when i said Nueva Zealandia their faces lit up and they would say ¨New Zealand!!!!!!¨ but often would not understand when i told them I was from ¨New Zealand¨.

The cops turned a blind eye to a lot of things. Usually you ...


A travel blog entry by chakotai on Apr 04, 2015

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... of the day walking this lovely city!! Beautiful sunshine, great shopping, wonderful food. It was fantastic to just catch my breath and explore on my own without a time to be somewhere :) Santiago is a good city to wander - there is the Bohemian sector, a big shopping complex, a gastronomic area and a cultural precinct with beautiful parks and gardens. Flamingoes and black necked swans were a highlight of the city park :) I spent he afternoon in the bohemian quarter ...

Another loooong day

A travel blog entry by redwatt on Apr 03, 2015

... and collected us to take us to the airport. We were soooo lucky at the airport. The people directly in front of us at checkin hadn't had their flight confirmed in the last 24 hours, and so there were no seats for them! Thanks heavens we had a tour guide who did that for us yesterday! And our checkin girl became so much friendlier when she realised we were business class! She happily told ...

Chilling in Chile!

A travel blog entry by rach1644 on Feb 13, 2015

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... door as well as a noisy dog who lives next relaxing was hard! The first day we crashed out. Crossing the international date line really hit us. It's like we are time travellers. We left Auckland at 4.30pm and got to Chile at 10am the same day!! When we got up eventually we went for a walk and got some dinner. That night we did not sleep well as our bodies were confused about the time. We ended up at 4am watching the Kardashians ...

Walking tour of Santiago

A travel blog entry by sueton on Jan 23, 2015

... the way they get around it is simple - just don't prosecute offenders. Mapuche are the ethnic tribe that ruled this region, fought for it, lost and today make up 10% of the Chilean Population. The word means " Earth People". Most people are proud of the as they were brave Mapuche warriors who fought of the Conquistedors, but they are poor people still. There are 100,000 stray dogs in Santiago - all fed and cared for by ...