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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Rugendas Santiago
Everything was neat, Well decorated, the staff was very nice and helpful.
Everyone speaks english.
Breakfast is included, and it's big.
Close to the subway and Many restaurants, bars, banks, supermarkets, etc.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Rugendas Santiago
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... in 4-5 years in an old Mercedes Benz with only 10,000 EUR of savings. They fund their trip through donations, they even ask for free petrol from truck drivers at petrol stations and so far have never been turned down. They have been taken aback by the kindness of strangers and have received anything from apples to wine, marihuana and money. The essentials J All donors can then sign their Benz and in 4-5 years they will auction it off on a German TV show ...
... corn fritter things with guacamole and empanadas. Mine came with a hot chocolate which arrived as a huge glass of boiling milk where you add a big bar of chocolate and stir it in, it was delicious! After our tasty breakfast we headed of into town for some sightseeing. You won't see more street art anywhere than here in Santiago. It's amazing how much there is, street after street of buildings entirely painted! It has a very chilled out, arty vibe around this city ...
... puts it, “We must learn to trap the raindrop right where it falls, instead of washing our topsoil into the rivers.” A third of the arable topsoil in the U.S. has already been washed into the sea over the years, and is still being lost faster than it can be replaced. During floods, millions of tons of rich topsoil are washed downstream. Soil erosion costs half a million acres of land a year. We live from about eight inches of topsoil, containing earthworms, ...
... and we understood most of what was going on. It's a cosy place here and is well equipped for travellers. We headed up to our room and sorted our luggage briefly. Kori napped a little but we knew that we wouldn't be doing ourselves any favours in the long term by going to sleep immediately. With a herculean effort, we left the hotel and started walking. The city is a very pleasant one to walk through and the weather was just right. We were grateful for it not ...
Spent the day in transit from Chile to Peru. The only thing of note is that the LAN flight to Peru served alcohol - the only flight we have been on in South America to do so. We're not sure what the reason is; perhaps it has something to do with the length of the flight, or areas we were flying over that don't approve of alcohol - remember Kansas airspace when the plane bar had to shut down? ...