Lodge La Aldea
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Lodge La Aldea San Pedro de Atacama
Travel Blogs from San Pedro de Atacama
... town. It has a great artsy bohemian vibe. Which at first, I thought was a little odd seeing as we were in the middle of the driest desert in the world. There are restaurants, craft stores, tour operators and coffee shops dotted along the sides of the dust roads, which made it feel like it belonged more on a route where people from the nearest big city could pop to for the day and pick up some pieces of art or a fig preserve (think Midlands Meander / ...
... managing the underexposed shots I did manage to fire off. Number one all-time missed shot, though, was undoubtedly the Mennonites in Toronto bus station during the long winter. It was such a rare opportunity: the esoteric Mennonites in their navy overcoats chewing on the ends of Magritte-esque pipes, heads together, conversing deeply, quietly, as all around them the dirty, urban snow melted and shone dimly with the dismal daylight. Such a contrast between historicity ...
... Jesica's progress with learning English. But then, perhaps aided by the deep, silent valley and a profound sense of solitude, we started to speak of love and of men. It was one of the strangest, most unexpected episodes of girl talk I have ever had in my life. Jesica asked me if I had a boyfriend back home. No, not exactly, I replied. Well, she asked, had I met any guys on the road? I laughed and said, oh, yes! And so I regaled her with stories and descriptions ...
... lights seemed to fail. So I stepped from the house, gazing longingly at the puppies one last time and flicking on my torch. The rest was easy, checking in and brewing a hot mug of camomile tea to warm my hands. Then I locked everything up and headed back into the desert darkness, the heart of San Pedro. The night was still young after all. *When I reviewed my hostel details, I realised that Ckilapana was, in fact, the first line of the address. So yes, this was me being a bit of a ...
... huge mountains and a volcano. The trip took 6 hours which was less than we thought. When we got off the girls asked if I wanted to go and search for a hostel with them. San Pedro is pretty expensive for accommodation and it was also a long weekend so the town was so packed. It didn't feel it but a lot of the hostels were full or really expensive. We were taken to one hostel a bit out of town by a guy and then he realised the hostel was full. We then left our bags and ...