Hotel del Patio

Pio Nono 61, Santiago, Chile | 3 star hotel
 

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Santiago, Chile

A travel blog entry by cheetdaddy

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... head, "do you speak English", he laughs and says, "yeah". Yaaaaaayyy friend. I didn't say that because if I did he probably would of left. This guy came up to me at chile airport and said taxi I said, "how much". He said $20,000 pesos. I already know thats expensive. The max is $16000 to the hostel I wanna go to. I say, "okay". That guy wasn't even the taxi driver. He put me in this other cab. I know right. Weird. The taxi driver is driving at like ...

Santiago: The Old And The New.

A travel blog entry by nickjackets

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... 8220;ill health”.The UK's involvement with Pinochet was a tacky affair which left its morals hanging in the wind and its hands dirty in the eyes of many countries,the UK having always preached and “banged on the drum” about the importance of human rights.


The service industry and the treatment of customers is the most notable hang over from Pinochet's era for the traveler,but of course this will change in time.Santiago is a city that ...

STGO - City Life and Theft

A travel blog entry by phillipsquared

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... s have been in the family for ages and they are obviously not the upper class of Santiago. Time for a surprise from our guide, it was a deep fried pita like thing made out of pumpkin, flour and water. A tasty snack with a bit of hot sauce added to it. Our last stop on the tour, the Cemetery, not creepy at all, actually really beautiful. The cemetery is the size of 117 football fields and has its own street names. When entering they have a tv with all the burials for the ...

Santiago

A travel blog entry by peterandsandra

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Up, showered and packed and it's only 5:10. Yep, Peter read the time wrong. 2 hours to kill before breakfast. Caught a taxi to San Christobel to catch the funicular rail up to the Virgin statue at the top. However, the rail doesn't run on Mondays so waited for the 10:00 bus only to find the bus wasn't running today so ended up having to catch another taxi to the top, a ...

Days 78 - 85: Arica to Santiago

A travel blog entry by rjcannin

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... wines. I never thought drinking wine would be a struggle, but we all found it tough to try the last couple. We enjoyed the wine tour so much that two days later we hopped on a bus to Unduragga Winery, where we also got a great tour and tried 5 wines. Here they also included a small museum on the Mapuche people, whom used to own the land. Today a portion of each sale goes to the indigenous Mapuche people. We learned a lot about wine including Carmenere, a ...

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