Hosteria San Pedro de Atacama
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... looking. At 22:00 we headed to the astronomy museum and were taken behind it to study the sky with telescopes. We were taught some things about the stars and how to use the telescopes. We then spent the next 1.5 hours looking at stars, the moon, Saturn and Jupiter. The guide then had an even more powerful telescope that he set up for us to look at various things. He took pictures for us on our camera of the moon through ...
... visitors than Santiago. Many streets are cobbled and houses reached by steep stone stairways. It’s also an active port and fairly grungy and dilapidated in certain areas giving it a gritty, edgy feel. In the poorer parts it really looks as if the buildings may collapse down the hillside, held up by ancient, spindly timbers that have seen better years. Colourful murals and graffiti are everywhere - it’s a photographer’s paradise so Rob was happy. No wonder many ...
We were up early as we wanted to cycle in the morning as it's the coolest part of the day, remember we're in he desert now! We cooked egg sandwiches to start us off for the day, taking more food for our Atacama adventure, we also took a little first aid and plenty of water, just incase we got lost or stranded! After returning to the bike shop, we decided to we would go to the Quebrada del Diablo or Devil's Gorge. They had other things like the ...
... another star gazing tour with a less reputable company in which there was availability.
We were picked up from our hostel at 11 for the night stargazing 10 minutes outside the town. I was excited about the tour as the view of the night sky with the naked eye was magnificent since the milky way was on display in all its glory. After a quick briefing we were escorted to a dome containing a huge telescope. Expecting ...