Windsor Suites

Address: Victoria Subercaseaux 65, Santiago, Chile | 3 star hotel
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    Not a drop of rain in Santiago

    A travel blog entry by goodner on Jun 18, 2015

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    ... who trucked in their produce at 4am; on the other side were the retailers who sold a wide variety of fresh products directly to local consumers. As we strolled through the huge market, we were reminded of many of the sights, sounds and smells that we had encountered in markets around the world. Sergio gave us a nice overview of Chile's history and cultural heritage, but my favorite and most amusing snippet was the origin of the country's name. He told us that the word ...

    Santiago Chile

    A travel blog entry by emily26 on Apr 06, 2015

    ... running through the city separates the two sides in the old days was a big divide. More Spanish colonial one side and more rough round the edges other side, where the mental hospital is, jails, cemetery etc. Other side is political buildings, big court house, parliament buildings. Cafe con piernas. To get people to drink coffee. Before really bad instant coffee. They set up these cafes where women wear stilettos and short mini dresses ...

    Getting to Santa Cruz

    A travel blog entry by wineusers on Mar 15, 2015

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    ... cars were simple, but clean, and it was very efficiently run. (I was going to make a crack about how unusual that is for a public service in Latin America, but then suddenly remembered our last trip on Amtrak.)

    Historically there had been a number of secondary lines that ran east/west off this trunk line, but many were gradually shutdown during the Pinochet ...

    Santiago in 24 hours

    A travel blog entry by arlinandliz on Mar 10, 2015

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    From a United Airlines flight magazine we had pulled out an article - 3 days in Santiago. We have only given ourselves one and a half days so we crammed a lot into the time. Our perfectly located accomodations were just around the corner from the Plaza des Armas - the main square. We strolled around the square, enjoying the lovely architecture and had cofffee in one of the many outdoor cafes that line the square. We then ...


    A travel blog entry by hans.francis on Jan 02, 2015

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    ... for a drink at the well known Bario Bellavista. For dinner we went to a local restaurant close by which was called Galindo where they prepare traditional Chilean food. Here I took of course the famous Pisco Sour drink with a nice stew and Hans eat a chorrillana (french fries topped with grilled onions and meat). We finished our evening with a little night walk to enjoy the evening parties which are many over here. ...