Santiago

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ProVery efficient, clean city with good seafood

ContraConcha Y Toro vineyard trip

Santiago is the capital city of Chile We flew into Santiago Airport and the drive into the city was about half an hour. The airport was very clean and efficient. There were sniffer dogs in abundance all around the luggage carousel area, they walked ove the luggage and in amongst everybody very...

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“Chile In Winter”

published 10/01/2003

ProA relatively gentle introduction to South America.

Contra For such a big city it lacks a little in visitor ...

Santiago is a little out of sync with the continent in finds itself in. Most South American cities are known for their bustle and ability to scare the living daylights out of freshly arrived travellers, yet Chile's capital has a somewhat restrained and openly friendly atmosphere. Just as well too...

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Excellent

Prodifferent unspoiled powder relaxed

Contramid-priced

About 2 hours east of Santiago are the ski resorts of La Parva, El Colorado and Valle Nevado. All 3 resorts are connected (you can ski between them if you have the right pass) and there are plenty of runs and some world-class off-piste. You can make the trip up and down from Santiago in a day but...

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“Nice city...”

published 11/07/2000

ProNice hotel, good steak, skiing

ContraVery big, no laundrettes

Santiago is a fine city. We stayed in a hostel called the hotal Londres, a huge, elegant building with high ceilings and shutters with ensuite rooms and breakfast, for about 12 dollars a night. We managed to go skiing at a resort only an hour's drive from the city, and had a great day on the...

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