Rentahome Parque Bustamante

Ramon Carnicer 131 , Santiago, 122, Chile | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Santiago

Day Six - Goodbye Easter Island

A travel blog entry by mikeyhand

10

... Hilton and I asked them about being over billed and the taxi scam, they refunded me $15 more than the over billed amount and then they gave us free dinner. Very nice people here; I wish Copa Airlines could take notes from them.  Now we just have to shower, re-pack and get some sleep before we leave at 530am for the flight to Madrid. 17 hours of flying tomorrow, can't wait. We land on June 20th, so I guess June 19th will be a whole day in ...

A Tribute To Pablo Neruda

A travel blog entry by nickjackets

1

... Fairy Queen


If all the world were to melt and all the seas to forget,
I would still see you standing, flowing on mountain tops.
Arms aloft reaching for watery ships and snow petals,
Searching ever for the enchanting cloud and the dancing wind.


Deep in your reverie your hallucinations play children’s games,
Seeking for logs that are not sawn and tables with no legs.
Your own ...

Santiago and Lauren Arrives

A travel blog entry by salsta17

31

“The man who goes alone can start today; but he who travels with another must wait till that other is ready.” Henry David Thoreau One of the things I realised I have got out of the habit of when travelling alone is waiting for people. While there has been a lot of waiting, for food, buses, etc, I am used to leaving as soon as I am ready which means travelling with people I had to get used to waiting again. Not that Judith or Lauren, who arrives later in this ...

Ahhhh santiago

A travel blog entry by augsabroad

4

... had a very fierce bark when we first approached the gate, and would follow us from th time we stepped out of the house door to the time we left the gate. Later on we found out that he was less than two years old, and so many of his quirks just came from the fact that he was a puppy in an adult body. He was very smart, and would push his house over to the kitchen window and stand on it to watch us while we ate. He also loved to play keep away with his ball. He never let me take it, ...

Santiago

A travel blog entry by kezzah16

7

... like a train on tracks but very steep, another form of transportation we have completed. The ticket included a stop of half way up as there was a zoo there for people to go and look around. It was a good zoo to say it cost only around £4 to get in, there were lots of animals including: Tiger, lion, puma, raccoons, howling monkeys, seals, meerkats, gorilla, orangatangs, baboons, flamingos, giraffe , armadillo, ...

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