Rentahome Parque Bustamante

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

Bienvenido a Santiago de Chile

A travel blog entry by coco89 on Jun 19, 2014

... isn't really all that far - you really fail to understand how this is reality and not some Hollywood movie set. The first dinner also meant a university reunion with Nico who introduced me to the fast paced neighbourhood of Bellavista that is known for its numerous bars, restaurants and clubs as well as its popularity among the foodies, the artists and the culinary experts. And the meal certainly surpassed all ...

Ocho pisco sours, por favor! (Day 67-70)

A travel blog entry by nayanjli on Apr 27, 2014

39 photos

... which is what we did the next morning! The town is built over a number of hills and meandering valleys, with old ascensors (funiculars) to access the higher points, and is filled with tons of incredible graffiti art. It was fascinating, and the more we found out about the city, the more we liked it. And it was really hard to stop snapping away at everything we saw!

That afternoon we spent relaxing in the hostel, updating our blog and sorting ...

Stopover in Santiago

A travel blog entry by frawldog on Apr 13, 2014

3 photos

... views at the top of this hill and it gives you a whole new perspective of what the city looks like from above rather than at ground level. The view kind of reminded me of La Paz. There are mountains around the city, but it is not to the extent of La Paz in Bolivia. The top of this hill has a statue of Mary and some small cathedrals. I guess this is the equivalent of Brazil’s Christ the Redeemer Statue. I paid for a ...

Arms and alcohol

A travel blog entry by suebar on Apr 13, 2014

12 photos

... that reminded us of Tuscany. The vineyards were a patchwork of colour as some of the vines had started to turn their colours. It is the autumn after all. Both the vineyards only grow grapes for red wine as the summers in the Colchaguar Valley are too harsh for white grapes. The sun would simply burn them up. In the first winery we were driven round in a tractor drawn trailer and in the second in a horse drawn carriage. The first of the vineyards had a very modern ...

Sightseeing in Santiago AND 2 ply toilet paper

A travel blog entry by burke1961 on Mar 14, 2014

4 comments, 20 photos

... br> I thought I couldn't get into too much trouble there but of course I was wrong First in having to pay, shock, horror, $5AUD for a cup of coffee (I don't know how I will cope with Brisbane prices when I return). I was a bit mollified though baffled when my coffee turned up in a soup bowl. Dan tells me its a French thing so serve me right for choosing a cafe called C'est La Vie:)) Second, I should have known with my sense of direction (or ...