Hotel Windsor Suite

Address: Victoria Subercaseaux 65, Santiago, Chile | 3 star hotel
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          Travel Blogs from Santiago

          South America - what can I say!

          A travel blog entry by travel_bob on Oct 05, 2015

          23 photos

          ... buildings. It was a nice, slow few days. With the weather being a bit rubbish I didn't get the Camara out much... Unfortunately! The one bit of advise I can give about visiting here is this... Learn some Spanish! Very few people speak any English here! It was dam hard work! So sum up South America.. I defiantly underestimate it. I had no idea I'd enjoy it as much as ...

          Days of Salad

          A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Apr 19, 2015

          3 photos

          Yesterday I moved to a new hotel on Calle Londres, about twenty minutes away from where I had previously been staying. I had been in a hostel just north of the Plaza de Armas; now I am just south of it. Calle Londres is a picturesque place with lots of pastel-washed buildings, wrought-metal window grates and elegant, twisted trees with leaves that are reddening as autumn approaches in Chile. Most likely on account of its whimsical charm, the street is today lined with ...

          Home bound

          A travel blog entry by gaye1959 on Feb 07, 2015

          ... rocky outcrops, not a lot of snow at this time of the year.
          We entered the airport and made our way to the Admirals lounge. It was very quiet and pleasant at this time of the day. I made a coffee, logged on and then a group of about 8 turned up, they spoke Spanish and were ridiculously loud. I am not sure exactly what transpired but I think another man asked them to keep their noise down. A couple of the loud ones didn't want to and just ...

          First day in Santiago

          A travel blog entry by leemclennan on Feb 07, 2015

          The taxi arrived at 9am and I said goodbye to Tom and went to the airport. The flight to Santiago was fine and I took the Centreopuerto bus into town, then the metro a few stops and walked about 19 minutes to the apartment. It turns out I was reserved a different apartment as there were problems with the wifi in the other. I went to the supermarket and bough some dinner, cooked and went to the top of the building f to look at the view before ...

          Niall & Valerie - South American Odyssey

          A travel blog entry by nlund on Jan 13, 2015

          18 comments, 207 photos

          ... the dynamism of the Chilean economy. On average it takes vines 15 years to reach sufficient maturity to produce wines in economic quantity. Vine planting started in the early 90's and now there is an expansive valley producing world class wines from more than 15 separate large scale vineyards. Taking account of the time to reach vine maturity it is quite an achievement. We first visited Casas del Bosque winery. First vines were planted in 1993 and it has achieved many accolades ...