Hotel Neruda

Address: Avenida Pedro De Valdivia 164, Santiago, Chile | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Providencia area of Santiago, is near Paseo Ahumada, Termas de Chillan, La Parva Ski Village, and Isidora Goyenechea.
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      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

      Travel Blogs from Santiago

      IN DEFENSE OF THE "HOOD! (En Defensa del Barrio!)

      A travel blog entry by mvwil5 on Oct 21, 2014

      1 comment, 16 photos

      ... 8230;

      …and singers and jugglers

      And peddlers always pidiendo for monedas and coins

      I found Chinatown emerging as we speak…is this a new commerce?

      There is history cemented in the piedras and bricks of every building

      They are peddling this too…just now!

      I am all things

      A Barrio like no other

      Or perhaps a Barrio like all others

      Full of magic and beauty and life

      For ...

      THE FOOD

      A travel blog entry by ztravelz on Aug 27, 2014

      9 comments, 53 photos

      ... or no thank you, she insists. Well, I decided from that day forth I would not be trying anything anymore if I was not hungry or simply just didn’t want it. They literally beg me to eat bread every night for ónce. But I have recently started telling them “no gracias” and sticking to it. When I first arrived, I explained to my family that I have a bridesmaids dress to fit into in September. But besides that, I'm not trying ...


      A travel blog entry by josh_chrissy on May 18, 2014

      15 photos

      23 hours on the bus to Santiago was more than enough! Santiago was a big change from Cusco and La Paz and was much more modern. We didn't have much time here, but we saw the sights and sounds of the city on a bus tour, explored some famous markets and shops, took a funicular up to San Cristobal hill and danced like Chileans. Here are some of the highlights: Lost in Translation After a few weeks in South America, we were really getting into speaking Spanish! We had ...

      Back to Santiago

      A travel blog entry by beccie_andy on Feb 27, 2014

      11 photos

      ... our main focus while we were in Santiago, we managed to fit in lots of other things as well.

      We took the funicular up to the top of Cerro San Christobal. It´s a fantastic view up there of Santiago and very pretty with lots of trees and flowers. Unfortunately, not having learnt our lesson from Valparaiso, we set off without a map to walk back down the mountain. And of course got lost. Fortunately, whilst in the middle of a loud debate as ...

      Beginning in Santiago, picking up N788W

      A travel blog entry by harry4123 on Jan 26, 2014

      ... be useful for wintertime flying in the Pacific Northwest where I live and the minimum enroute altitudes are often in the ice zone. The downside with these TKS systems is that the limited de-icing fluid in the tank only last about an hour so you can’t plan an extended flight in icing conditions. Beyond equipping the plane with TKS, I also did a few trial flights at 15,000 and 16,000 feet where my engine is less efficient and I need to use oxygen (which ...