Hotel Tambillo

Address: Gustavo (Padre) Le Paige 159, San Pedro de Atacama, Chile | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Gustavo (Padre) Le Paige 159, San Pedro de Atacama.
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    Travel Blogs from San Pedro de Atacama

    And we do this for FUN????

    A travel blog entry by swanning_around on Nov 08, 2015

    1 comment, 67 photos

    ... they always take a satellite telephone, they use the Tayka Hotels with hot showers and heating and best of all oxygen is available in the hotels and in the car. The oxygen was the deal clincher! If I was going to travel in isolated areas at 5,000 metres plus I wanted to be sure oxygen was available for peace of mind.

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    Wide Blue Yonder

    A travel blog entry by ngairephillips on Oct 29, 2015

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    Bubble, bubble, toil and trouble

    A travel blog entry by ngairephillips on Oct 28, 2015

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    Moonscapes, Marscapes and Venuscapes

    A travel blog entry by joshchristine on Oct 16, 2015

    2 comments, 60 photos

    ... ago, to fatal a ending. Christine said that she “doesn’t want to wake up dead” haha, well… clearly that didn’t happen.

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    Chile me down under the stars

    A travel blog entry by marystrasburger on Sep 24, 2015

    3 comments, 13 photos

    ... course report back to you on all of it in due course before we leave for Mendoza and Argentina.

    As you have read, there was a lot of natural and historical interest on our trip and we really did enjoy the stops we made despite what we said at the beginning of the entry. We are loving the adventure and are amazed by how much we have still to look forward to. Hopefully we will have plenty more to tell you about once we get to know Santiago!

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