Hotel Savona Arica

Address: Ungay No 380, Arica, Chile | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Ungay No 380, Arica, is near El Morro de Arica, Parque Nacional Lauca, Catedral de San Marcos, and Lake Llanganuco.
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      Bad News

      A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on Jul 20, 2014

      13 photos

      ... Park--it's the reason we were in the underwhelming city of Arica to begin with. The park is off the South American backpacker trail, and is a relatively little-visited part of Chile, but everyone who goes raves about it and says it was a trip highlight. The photos alone had sold us. We just had to figure out how we were going to do this now. There are less reputable tour companies that take you up to Lauca and back to Arica in one very long (16+ hours) day. ...

      Better than Skegness when it's open

      A travel blog entry by chilledbeans on Apr 17, 2014

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      ... the110m rock (El Morro) where the Chilean's relieved Peru of this part of the land in a battle in 1880 and is now a national landmark. We lazed the afternoon away in a sea front restaurant (the service was appallingly slow, so no choice but to chillax) and Graham relieved the Kraken of a tentacle in the form of fried fish which had the texture of chicken (though was most definitely fishy smelling, or the chicken had gone ...

      The oldest mummy returns . . .

      A travel blog entry by pinklady27 on Jan 14, 2014

      1 comment, 38 photos

      ... It was also interesting to see how much they respected life and would give honour to the dead, even babies, foetus' and embryos. On finishing the museum we realised that we were in the middle of no where, a 20 minute drive from town and there were no collectivos to be seen. We walked to the main road, but the ones we saw were all full or going in the wrong direction. It looked like a long wait in the searing heat but seconds after a quick prayer one came round the corner with ...

      Adios Peru, Hola Chile!

      A travel blog entry by eddim on Oct 30, 2013

      ... of lettuce, and to my pleasant surprise it was a tortoise named Tatiana. This started a dialog both with the owner and the owner’s husband about their tortoise and my turtle which went on and off for the rest of afternoon as they walked by.

      Traveling alone in this part of the world has certainly been just that as I’ve often been the only foreigner on my buses and accommodation which makes for some lonely days and nights but is often ...

      Surfing with #bullshityoyo

      A travel blog entry by shnapshobos on Oct 03, 2013

      4 photos

      ... Sadly we couldn't encourage Yoyo to give us a wee demonstration :) We sacked off the offer of a further 3 hours with Yoyo to do some caves and 'an amazing walk' and instead read our books with the pregnant cat (named 'Cool'), showered, drank wine and played cards. So after a series of ridiculous comments we decided to embrace our new friend Chloe's practice of having a hashtag for the day and it was definitely #********yoyo ...