Colon Hotel

San Martin 2434, Antofagasta, Chile | Inn
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This inn, located on San Martin 2434, Antofagasta, is near Salar de Atacama, El Tatio, and Pan de Azucar National Park.
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Travel Blogs from Antofagasta

Observation Desert Storm

A travel blog entry by erikpihl on Feb 09, 2013

26 photos

... easy task. I thought. The weather thought differently. I had barely gotten back from ALMA when a massive storm crashed in over the defenceless little town. Lightning and thunder was almost simultaneous, accompanied by heavy rain and periods of popcorn-sized slythe (snow/hail). Within an hour or two, all the stores on main street, situated typically half a floor down, were bucketing out water like crazy.

When it rains on a desert, apparently, things ...

A Day Of Shopping

A travel blog entry by gregandtina on Oct 20, 2012

1 comment, 2 photos

... were stolen, so we hopped back on the bus to Antofagasta (5 hours, $26 ea).

After arriving in Antofagasta and finding a hotel or the night we spent the afternoon on a very nice walking street that had many shops, both large and small. We purchased a small camera, so that we could at least start taking some pictures ...

A day full of flights

A travel blog entry by katevoss on Oct 06, 2012

2 comments, 4 photos

... santiago, this was my stop and so off I got at Iquique. Here I had to get my bags nd recheck in for my next flight as it wsa with a different company. This was no problem and in no time I was waiting for my finaly plane in the very small departure lounge which thankfully had a sandwich bar and wifi. After a short wait I was boarding the flight (this time 30mins earlier than said boarding time on my card, in fact we took ...

La Portada de Chile

A travel blog entry by mtbrown on Jan 21, 2012

15 photos

Antofagasta is our first port in Chile. We did a tour of the city sights which included a couple of museums and a famous rock formation called La Portada. I didn't expect very much, but thought it would be a good way to see something of the city and country around it.

Our first stop was at a train museum. Apparently there were once a lot of passenger trains in Chile going to Peru and Bolivia ...

Goodbye to the Pacific

A travel blog entry by chrisandjanet on Jan 13, 2012

1 comment, 15 photos

... that we may be a bit blasť about security since we were in Mauritania about the same time and found the people charming. But there’s good and bad in all cultures, and at least when she told us what had happened we realised we just would not have done what she did. (she crossed 30k of no man’s land between Morocco and Mauritania an bleak area known to be the residence of car smugglers, and she did it unaccompanied, and not in ...