Santiago Travel Articles

 
Portal Fernandez Concha: Living in Chile’s National Monument
Portal Fernandez Concha: Living in Chile’s National Monument When Jody Hanson leased an apartment in Portal Fernandez Concha she had little idea that she would be mixing and mingling with some of the most interesting people in Santiago.
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People of Plaza De Armas, Santiago, Chile
People of Plaza De Armas, Santiago, Chile When Jody Hanson moved into an apartment in Portal Fernandez Concha in Santiago's historic Plaza de Armas, she realized that she would get an insider's view of Santiago that very few people ever get to see.
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Welcome, Conquistadors – Santiago, Panama, Central America
Welcome, Conquistadors – Santiago, Panama, Central America Adam Bessie writes: Just like Bakersfield, Santiago is the place to go - on the way to somewhere else. This is the place to be in Santiago.
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The City of Arts and Sciences: Travel to the 23rd Century – Valencia, Spain, Europe
Alex Welsh thinks the City of Arts and Sciences of Valencia should have been selected as one of the New Wonders of the World. On second thought, he understands why it wasn't.

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Fanny Pack Snatch – Santiago, Chile, South America
Linda Waltgenberger recounts this true story of her 60+ friend who impulsively and bravely retrieved Linda's fanny pack with contents intact.
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Touring Chile – Santiago, Chile
Whenever Patrick Smith thinks of Chile, he gets lyrical.
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The Sorrows of Santiago: Augusto Pinochet and Chile – Santiago, Chile
It is 1998 and Erika Lorentzsen is running for her
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Beyond the Backyard #5: Everything Your Monther Told You Not to Do – Mendoza and Santiago, Chile
On her birthday, Elysse did exactly what every parent warns their child about: talking to strangers, taking rides from strangers, taking food from strangers...
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Bariloche to Santiago, Chile (May 2003) – Santiago, Chile
Chileans seem to have a bit of a complex about their status in the World and Al did his best to fuel their egos with what he had seen of their country.
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