Hotel Imperio

Address: Avenida Libertador Bernardo o'Higgins 2876, Santiago, 8370097, Chile | Inn
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This inn, located in the Santiago Centro area of Santiago, is near Bellavista, National Museum of History, National Library (Biblioteca Nacional), and Museo Artequin.
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        Travel Blogs from Santiago

        Chemicals, Plants and Man

        A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Apr 29, 2015

        5 photos

        ... raise a family of twelve children on the proceeds; the town became Nicholsville; Nichols became the owner of a sawmill, a general store and a gristmill. This man’s son also grew up to see devastation where his father had grown rich. He decided to move further west and settled in Parkdale, Arkansas, where he bought one thousand acres of good land on the bayou.

        Four moves in four generations. Multiplied by thousands, this is the story of how Americans raised food on ...

        In the capital

        A travel blog entry by vickiponce on Apr 26, 2015

        25 photos

        ... easy to be honest and the only annoying thing about it was that it meant we could only go out at night very rarely. Other than that, we spent the days exploring Santiago, sleeping in and going for walks. Santiago is a huge city, a big and polluted metropolis - I like it but it isn't very high on the list of places that we've been. There are beautiful areas, a lot of old colonial architecture, some really nice parks, and a lot of museums which make it interesting to walk ...

        Our first introduction to the Chileans

        A travel blog entry by wombles5050 on Apr 14, 2015

        2 comments, 69 photos

        ... to a famous restaurant in the city called El Rincon de Los Canallas - Scoundrels Corner or the Nook of the Dispicables - named due it being a place where people would have clandestine meetings after curfew during the Pinochet dictatorship and at that time you could only enter using a password. It reminded me of Secret Army, or Allo Allo for those younger readers out there, and I was half expecting Natalie, Alain, Albert or Madelaine to pop out from behind the counter. ...

        The Longest Day

        A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Apr 13, 2015

        8 photos

        ... distant west, whilst above us the stars shone brightly in a night sky. It was bizarre to see both at once, like something from a children's picture book. We were fed and the passengers soon settled down to a film or a kip. We both started with the new Stephen Hawking movie, which was heartbreakingly excellent. Kori then went for a complete change of scenery with What To Expect When You're Expecting. Ben managed an excellent David Bowie documentary and listened ...

        Flipping Hemispheres

        A travel blog entry by samcohon on Mar 24, 2015

        Flying from Sydney to Santiago, Chile is a long experience. The available direct flight turned out to be on LAN Chile Airlines, which is Sydney to Aukland, New Zealand, get off the plane for two hours, go back through security again, and get back on the same plane for another 12 hours. You leave at 9:30 am--departure for the airport 7am--and arrive at 11:30 am the same day after a 17 hour flight. By the time I arrived at my ...