Rentahome Parque Bustamante

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

Splendid Santiago

A travel blog entry by lizemma10

... in South America, and we complete it tourist style. A metro ride to the museum of memory, a museum about the troubles and conflicts during the dictatorship years from1973. The stories are harrowing involving students being burnt alive by the military (who were in power), riots and shootings. From here we walked the streets of Santiago towards the downtown area visiting the market once more to purchase some yummy stirfry. We nagivated our way through the streets to ...

Leaving the South

A travel blog entry by suebar

... Puerto Montt. Needless to say we weren't impressed. We got to the airport at about 1.10 and were confronted with a multitude of people queuing to drop their luggage off. We checked in on the self check in machine but we weren't allocated seats. Sue had seen a short news item the previous evening which showed chaos at an airport because of fog but because it was in Spanish she hadn't realised that it was Purerto Montt. Flights had been unable to land or take off ...

48. Santiago - mine's a terremoto!

A travel blog entry by kesvic2013

... learned a lot about the Pinochet dictatorship and how Salvador Allende committed suicide inside the parliament on the day of the military coup in 1973. One of the statues in the parliament square has a bullet hole under the eye from that day. The Memory and Human Rights Museum was really interesting and quite shocking. Since I was only 5 when the dictatorship ended, I learned a lot about the people who were disappeared and the censorship and violence of the time. Santiago has ...

Puerto Montt (SCTE) to Santiago (SCEL)

A travel blog entry by harry4123


... but I put fuel in the ferry tank anyway because the price in Puerto Montt was cheaper than Santiago; I could use the ferry tank as a buffer on fuel prices. For this flight I filed:


Like last year, they didn't give me that. They gave me VG551 to ICO then B684 to TAL (Talagante NDB), the same as last year. Since they didn't really know when I would arrive, they'd get me to ...

Last stops, La Serena and Santiago

A travel blog entry by humpooper


... both and then some. Our final meal in South America was cooked by Adam, where we had steak cooked to perfection and drank our beers and wine. I definitely will miss the cheap and really good wine. :-( Our final day in South America went out with a bang! Wine tour! Yay! We were being taken to two winery's, a traditional Chilean winery called Santa Rita (which made the 120 Camenere wine I had some pics of earlier) and then Concha Y Toro which is the biggest exported Chilean ...

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