Imperio Suites

Rodulfo Philippi 32, Santiago, Chile | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Santiago

Fly from La Paz, Bolivia to Santiago, Chile

A travel blog entry by eldonsteeves

3

... s neighbor to the north, Bolivia.

We got checked in to Hotel Fundador; nothing special for a hotel but nice enough. Our room felt really warm, but we decided to wait until we got home from dinner to maybe make a room change. Maybe the air would come on and cool things off a little better.

We walked to the restaurant "Opera" for dinner. We made a 9:00 reservation, And when we got there she asked, ...

Rose-Coloured Glasses

A travel blog entry by lolly

22

... the difficulties and remember only the wonderful moments like the blackish green butterflies we saw in Uruguay and the panda dolphins jumping in the waves of the Straights of Magellan. Definite highlights were: learning more of the Spanish language and about the history of the native peoples, and the big water events: rounding the Cape and trying an exciting new sport: surfing!

On our trip we watched the Motorcycle Diaries, ...

First day in Santiago

A travel blog entry by tjarnen

13

... seemed to be closed for some reason, or it was just me who didn't understand. So I turned back to the University part which was close by and had a lot of bars. I got a beer in one bar. They sold 1 liter beers for about $2.50, but he gave me a Heineken for about $4.00. Not too bad, but I thought he would bring me the local beers, because everyone else were drinking that. I sat there for a while, just zipping my beer. Then I needed the restroom, and after that I paid and started my ...

Reflections on South America

A travel blog entry by carrhaughan

1

... you come here! Get a decent card to take money out (e.g. Halifax Clarity MC), pack robust electronics, plan your packing!
Biggest regrets: Not learning Spanish before coming here! Not timing things well regarding the Chilean ski/snowboard season!
Most/least useful item packed:
Vin: Leatherman multitool or Buff/money belt
Linda: Windproof Goretex Jacket or Buff/make up
Casualties of the continent: Panasonic camera, Kindle, luggage ...

Back Again

A travel blog entry by meghan.dobson

After returning to Santiago, I had 2 days two look around before joining my tour group. My plan was to see Santa Lucia and Cerro San Cristobal. When I woke up, it was overcast and grey, and all around gross. Not a good day for going out to viewpoints. I checked the weather online, and it said that it would clear up by the afternoon. I was skeptical, but by about 11:00, I figured it was time to head of the hostel. (Plus, there was a guy in my room who was ...

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This hotel, located in the Santiago Centro area of Santiago, is near Bellavista, National Museum of History, National Library (Biblioteca Nacional), and Museo Artequin.
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