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, Isidora Goyenechea, La Parva Ski Village, and Termas de Chillan.
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    Travel Blogs from Santiago

    Exploring Santiago

    A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Apr 10, 2015

    47 photos

    ... The guide explained that although these dogs are street dogs, they are treated really well. People leave them food and water on the streets for them and that is why you rarely see skinny street dogs. The dogs are friendly for the most part and will just follow you. Cars will even stop more for the dogs then people the guide explained to us. We also learned about coffee shops in the city. Chile is very much a tea drinking country (matte) and that is why if you ...

    Trekking in the Andes

    A travel blog entry by badefamily on Mar 17, 2015

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... and we had climbed up 2000m! Peaks around were 4000m -6000m high.
    And then we saw condors! These are rare here now as there is a hydro dam being built nearby, and disturbing them.
    Another hours trek back to the van. One young man from Rio de Janeiro stopped a few times to hold out his hand to help me as we clambered over rocks, then said to me that I was a example to his grand parents and his parents, as they would have been complaining!!
    Back in the van we drove round ...

    New Continent!

    A travel blog entry by jenniandpeter on Feb 27, 2015

    5 photos

    ... to do a tour, and that was a fine way to learn more about Santiago. The tour was a little over two hours, and more than anything, we learned about the violent history of the city and the entire country of Chile. Similar to the U.S., the natives were *******ized by ruthless invaders (in their case, the Spanish), and to this day lay claim to their native lands. In addition to the native wars, there were wars with neighboring countries - notably Peru - and in ...

    Niall & Valerie - South American Odyssey

    A travel blog entry by nlund on Jan 13, 2015

    18 comments, 207 photos

    ... we visited the world renowned statue of Christ the Redeemer. The statue dominates the city at 700 metres high and the mountain on which it's built rises vertically from the city below. When you get to the top the the drops down to the city are vertical also. The statue itself is 30 metres high and when you are close up the scale is hard to take in. My aversion to heights took over and I became like a shaky leaf as I clung to whatever piece of firm construction or barrier I could ...

    1 Week In Chile; Santiago-Valparaiso-Vina Del Mar

    A travel blog entry by mscarlton on Jan 09, 2015

    1 comment, 27 photos

    ... watching while relaxing on the beach. We were shockingly surprised how much this place reminded us of beach towns in the LA area.

    Chile was a great stop for us and our first time back into fully developed area since we touched down in South America back in August. Although its the Southern Pacific; the ocean draws many parallels to our home town up North. Thank You Chile for the great time and lessons on life.