Hotel del Patio

Address: Pio Nono 61, Santiago, Chile | 3 star hotel
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      Visiting the coast

      A travel blog entry by jamber on Dec 02, 2014

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      ... cute" appearance previous visitors had was lost on us. It was like being back in the tourist towns of Mexico - streets crowded with vendors, sewage smell coming from the drains, and people everywhere. Finally we emerged from the chaos and saw the towns massive casino in front of us. It's like the Taj Mahal for the area so we decided it was a must visit. I can sum up the casino with this -what kind of gambling facility charges its visitors to come in and lose their ...

      Chile : Santiago to Pichilemu

      A travel blog entry by alisonhowarth on Oct 02, 2014

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      ... summer. The swell is so huge, it takes some of the surfers on up to a 1km ride and the views from the top of the cliffs were spectacular. New foods I've tried: Chilean empanadas - Cornish pasty-esque, meat, onions and a dollop of hot sauce if it tickles your fancy Chorillana - an irresistible combination of French fries, lightly fried onions mixed with eggs and delicious beef, fish or ham dripping on top of it. Apparently this is a Chilean speciality. Maybe only ...

      The first long day

      A travel blog entry by salmorton01 on Sep 27, 2014

      ... which proved to be very quiet around our hotel. We found a cafe where we could sit outside and watch the crowds while we had a bite to eat and then we hopped on the metro into the city centre, $2 cost for any destination. By this stage, having been awake nearly 24 hours, we were starting to feel very weary so walked to the next metro stop before heading back to our hotel.

      Just heading to bed and found our loo was blocked ...

      Lake Biddypoopoo

      A travel blog entry by liamkirby on Sep 11, 2014

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      ... learning some of the eery local customs such as human sacrifice (still happens in Bolivia!)

      We groggily arose the next day (Sunday) to head to El Alto, the black market city on top of the hills surrounding La Paz. Here they sell just about every stolen or counterfeit good you can imagine, from tasers to side mirrors. We wandered through the epicentre to arrive at the dome (or basketball court) hosting Chorlita wrestling. I have had many hilarious experiences in my life, ...

      I'm liking the Chilean cuisine

      A travel blog entry by coco89 on Jun 22, 2014

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      ... than to the traditional South American culture. Not only the architecture, but also the food, clothing and vibe of the area shows a much stronger influence of western and Spanish culture. It is therefore almost symbolic that the Hotel Vegas was located where the streets called "Londres" and "Paris" cross. My tour continued along the presidents' residence - Palacio de la Moneda - through the city centre to the so called Plaza de Armas - unfortunately closed for reconstruction - and ...