Rentahome Parque Bustamante

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

Back to the big city

A travel blog entry by jochris


After 5 weeks in Patagonia, only visiting medium sized towns, the prospect of going back to a large city was a bit daunting! Santiago can have a lot of air pollution caused by the traffic and on top of this the news was reporting that due to wild fires in the area it was even worse. So we were a bit unsure what it would be like.
The flight north was trouble free and as we flew over the city the ...

Chilean Capital

A travel blog entry by rainman2468


... it out a bit longer and had a fun night out.

I can't really remember much of note about Santiago during the day. We went on a walking tour of the city which was relatively interesting. Me and Megs wandered the streets looking for something to eat for a long time (settling on one of the many hot dog outlets). I also spent a day trying to get some US dollars (to make use of the ...

Day 1b - Arrived Santiago

A travel blog entry by spilor_taycer


... there so far but the only girl I have met doesn't speak a word of English. It seems most people speak fairly decent spanish so I've found that hard. The bathrooms are clean, there is somewhere to store my gear and the people are friendly so that's the main thing for me. I'm going to have an early night tired & need to stay up to beat the jet lag. I'm off on a day tour tomorrow to Vina Del Mar and Valparaiso. The Mapocho River flows through through ...


A travel blog entry by maddieuk


... to dig out a dress) and headed to a gorgeous restaurant
for dinner and a few cocktails. The Pisco sours go down pretty well!
dinner we decided to go for a wander and had our first experience of proper
street food by the river. Gorgeous corn fritter things and empanadas (which are
just like small Cornish pasties) – apparently the rule with street food is you
are less likely to get ill if it is deep fried, so trying to stick to that, it

At last - the Red Burrito makes a full recovery!

A travel blog entry by jill.and.manuel


... eliminated – although of course we still had to pay for the unnecessary new parts, making it the most expensive car wash ever! The good news is that we refused to pay the 2,500 they wanted to charge us for a new set of fuel injectors (because that might be the problem!) because by now, Manuel, with the help of the wonderful Ed (leading VW technician in Listers, Worcester - Worcester UK that is!), was beginning to build a picture of events and have ...


TripAdvisor Reviews Rentahome Parque Bustamante Santiago

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