Inmoba Apartments

Address: Dr Ramon Corvalan M 8 Apt 1601, Santiago, 8331084, Chile | Hotel
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    3 days in Santiago, Chile

    A travel blog entry by waitey on Jun 18, 2015

    14 photos

    ... most of the way, was good to have some company on the way up and he was really loyal until we saw other people and they had food..Really good views of the city and not as much smog as the first day when i arrived.

    Caught up with a girl i went to uni with, which contacted me after finding out on fb i was in Santiago. Was really good seeing her and we had a good lunch together.

    Stayed one more day in Santiago than I had planned too. Got the ...

    On our way - our big OE begins

    A travel blog entry by julie.lockie on May 06, 2015

    4 comments, 7 photos

    ... looking rubbish and graffiti everywhere and little shanty type areas of tin sheds that people are living in. We wouldn't even have them as garden sheds!! Driver spoke not a word of English so made for a very silent trip!! Even tried to enquire about the weather - just got a blank look. A transfer the way to go amazing traffic - taxi would have cost a fortune. Did a 1/2 city tour today very close to our hotel is area very influenced by Paris beautiful ...

    Through tunnels to Santiago

    A travel blog entry by badefamily on Mar 16, 2015

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... tour guide from yesterday , Esmarelda, organised our transport to Santiago, and also came with us. Along the way we saw the areas where the fires had been, then through a couple of tunnels, 1 was 4km long. The area after the tunnels was very dry and barren with scrubby trees. Then into Santiago, and smog-like haze. We have an apartment here so went shopping to get in some food, and wandered round. Forgot to take our map so stayed on the ...

    Miss dynamite

    A travel blog entry by steveandange on Feb 20, 2015

    16 photos

    ... We finally got through the roadworks but the ripio persisted as we closed slowly in on Puyuhuapi. It was getting late when we saw an advertisement for an eco-camping site but it was ambiguous whether it was 5km before or after Puyuhuapi. Only a few minutes later, with a steep hill looming in front, a little wooden sign pointed us left to the campsite. The campsite lay at the end of Lago Rosselot with a little beach where ...

    Chilling in Chile!

    A travel blog entry by rach1644 on Feb 13, 2015

    4 photos

    ... Presidential Palace,Cultural Centre etc. She also taught us 3 new really interesting facts about the city which were fun to learn. 1) Gintos. This is the name for the stray dogs- there are 100s! Apparently when people lived out on the farms they let their dogs roam freely and since moving into the city they have adapted the same attitude. For this reason the dogs do not look thin or sick, the people of Santiago own them and feed them. ...