Radisson Hotel Iquique

Address: Arturo Prat 3939, Iquique, Chile | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Arturo Prat 3939, Iquique.
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    Travel Blogs from Iquique

    Dey derk ma baag

    A travel blog entry by jonnyanddonna on May 24, 2014

    For the second time since we left the UK we've been robbed. The first time you may remember my shirt was stolen while I slept on a Chinese train. This time the thief was far more devious, damaging and quite frankly disturbed.

    It happened in an instant. Donna and I were sitting in a Chilean bus terminal waiting for our connection. We carry a total of four bags between us, or at least we did. One rucksack each – mine is forty six litres and Donna's ...

    Big towns and ghost towns

    A travel blog entry by chrisfox93 on Aug 28, 2013

    ... And in addition, although sounding cool - it was not meant to be that spectactuler.
    I did however visit humberstone about an hour out of Iquique which was an old abandoned nitrate town and an UNESCO world heritage site to boot. After mistaking the ticket office for some Chilean equivalant of a rednecks place and get chased by a pack of dogs I got in. It was pretty damn cool as I mostly had the windswept place to ...

    Jungle Friends, Ghost Towns and Paragliding

    A travel blog entry by kirsty.md on May 31, 2013

    ... Wild West to look like. Most of the buildings were kept in good condition but I don't know what most of them were used for as they didnt appear to be anything. Along the street was the small Regional History Museum which I visited and discovered they had the "world'a oldest mummies" who are mainly children 6000 years old and not particularly well preserved. The museum was very small and each room had collections of artefacts from different periods of the area's history from the ...

    Pichilemu Surf, maipo rafting and North to Iquique

    A travel blog entry by crippsfamily on Dec 16, 2012

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    ... with huge waves crashing in and a few brave souls out surfing the waves – maybe next time. We spent an age in a restaurant waiting to even get hold of a menu so as they couldn’t be bothered to serve us, we walked out and headed back to a place Lara’s eagle eyes had spotted – yup La Wafeleria – again no guesses for what they serve but this time on the beach and not just waffles but a very good seafood soup to keep me happy.

    Last nigh in Chile... at the YMCA

    A travel blog entry by arango on Nov 29, 2012

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    ... a label, or a nice fitted box where people can categorize you, makes people comfortable… Americans ¨are rude Gringos¨, Colombians are ¨drug runners¨, British are ¨pompous¨, Austrailians are this or that, the French are ¨arrogant¨, etc. It´s really a shame, because its not the case, people are wonderfully complex and beautiful everywhere you go, as long as you can leave preconceptions behind. We have experienced this in a profound ...