Selknam Hostel

Sazie 1885, Santiago, Chile | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Santiago

Chilling in Chile

A travel blog entry by robyntravel


We arrived in Santiago mid-afternoon. Jose our driver stood awaiting our arrival holding up a sign with our name on it ready to greet us. Finding him through the sea of outstretched arms holding paper signs we got into our car and headed off onto the streets of Santiago. The sky bright blue and the sun warm. It's good to be back in a warm climate after the brief freezing sting at home in Canmore and Calgary. We drove along the main avenue ...

Days 78 - 85: Arica to Santiago

A travel blog entry by rjcannin


... in public and therefore the streets are filled with people double fisting beers and bottles of champagne. We ended up grabbing a late lunch at a restaurant called El Hoyo which was a local dive recommended on Anthony Bordain's 'No Reservations' for its pitchers of Terremoto (earthquake in Spanish). This is a drink made from cheap white wine with a couple scoops of pineapple ice cream. With a few stirs it becomes more of a milk shake. You don't realize the effects ...

Hot, hotter and hottest!

A travel blog entry by jmess90

... to taste lots of wine. Shame the weather was pants and it started raining but good fun was still had by all.. That evening the tour group all met up at a hostel and had all you can eat pizza wooooooo!! Gotta love that as a traveller. Next day, unfortunately due to the bad weather (even though i was told it NEVER rains in Mendoza - and 2 out of 2 days i was there it rained, yet we had no water supply for 2 days....hmmm) my horse back riding tour was cancelled. ...

Like Living In Our Own Documentary - Patagonia!!

A travel blog entry by hoffs2ctheworld


... Santiago to Santiago, travelling down Chile's Route 5 and then cutting through the Lakes District until reaching Patagonia. We stamped in and out of the Chile-Argentina borders about 5 times as we criss-crossed our way down south, encountering some terrible roads while we were at it, but man was it worth it!!

It was as though we were living in our very own David ...

Day 58: Santiago

A travel blog entry by travelbutton


... 70 year old vines, an organic winery, llamas, an alpaca, some hawks (go hawks!), wine production, barrels, bottling and the cellar which had helped the chile revolution by hiding 120 chilean soldiers (including 1 very prominent) from the Spanish. At the end of this we went and tried some wines. Tried 2 but each tasting was a full glass of wine! We headed back to the place where we'd had breakfast for lunch with ...


This hotel, located on Sazie 1885, Santiago, is near Bellavista, La Moneda, National Library (Biblioteca Nacional), and Calle Dieciocho.
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