El Vergel

Address: El Vergel 2223, Santiago, 7500000, Chile | Inn
 
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Location

This inn, located in the Providencia area of Santiago, is near Paseo Ahumada, Isidora Goyenechea, Termas de Chillan, and Paseo Huerfanos.
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    Travel Blogs from Santiago

    Chemicals, Plants and Man

    A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Apr 29, 2015

    5 photos

    ... meaning the germ. The development of iron rollers, by a Frenchman in the early nineteenth century, brought with it a separation of wheat germ, bran, and endosperm. Iron rollers were first used in place of stones in 1840 by the Hungarian Count Szechenyi in his mill in Pest. In 1877 a satisfactory roller mill was imported from Vienna to England. Soon they were employed in Canada. Governor Washburn of Minnesota, a miller, brought the Hungarian process to Minneapolis and began ...

    Our first introduction to the Chileans

    A travel blog entry by wombles5050 on Apr 14, 2015

    2 comments, 69 photos

    ... the city and took a journey to Cerro San Cristobal. Now, of course we should have walked up the hill after such a lunch but we had been warned that it’s not the safest place to walk, so we took the easy route up on the funicular. Fabulous views over the city, including the most incredible smog layer. There were also loads of dogs! They’re everywhere around the city but why they’d make the effort to get up the hill is beyond me, especially with ...

    Santiago

    A travel blog entry by josaphine.ford on Feb 27, 2015

    14 photos

    ... back to my hostel and tucked myself in for an early night. Waking up refreshed I set out to stroll the city. There is a hike up to San Cristobal Mount where a giant Virgin Mary statue is set upon the top. Having only decided to do this once I had left the hostel, I started trekking uphill in my flip flops and summer dress while surrounded in locals in their running gear. I must say I was rather pleased with myself for overtaking a number of said locals and ...

    Hello El Morado Are You There?

    A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Feb 09, 2015

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... of a river, which I suspected was flowing down from the glacier (which proved to be correct).

    After the initial 45 minutes hike up, the trail entered a valley where the trail joined up with an old road that continued to zigzag at a much more gradual incline. After about an hour into the hike, the valley narrowed and we stopped at Panimávida Waters, which was comprised of a number of mineral water wells. We each took a turn at tasting ...

    Bus drama: take two

    A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Feb 01, 2015

    1 comment

    ... into seats and didn't move. The bus started to pull out of the station and the attendant came to speak with us. Lucas exchanged angry words and continued to sound quavery. I felt oddly zen. Neither the driver nor the attendant were impressed, nor were they particularly interested in helping. We were ticket numbers, not people. At Frutillar, I would have to move seats and at Osorno I would have to get off completely and change buses. We managed to talk a guy into swapping seats at ...