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  1. rrr
    rrr at |

    What is the best connection down to Chile? What airline? Also, how many days would you recommend in Santiago and surrounding area? Thanks!

  2. Karung99
    Karung99 at |

    I love Santiago Chile, there are several great restaurants around Hyatt Regency and Walk about 15 mins area.
    Went to Grand Market and have a wonderful enpanadas.

  3. JJ
    JJ at |

    I had a blast in Santiago. The weather was perfect in February and I took COPA (via PTY) and was upgraded on all segments as a UA Gold (this will end 7/1). There are a bunch of cool things to see there, but if you’re quick like I am, you can do it in 2-3 days. I thought the museum of the dictatorship was particularly memorable. The metro is clean, safe, and cheap as are tons of great wines.
    Chile is my new favorite place in SA.

  4. pcg
    pcg at |

    Awww two lomitos and no completos? Hot dog with relish, sauerkraut, tomatoes, palta (avocado), and mayo. Stacked high and ready to prove whether or not you’re a native (based on whether you can eat it without spilling a drop). So Chilean, so delicious—you’ll have to go back!

  5. DaveS
    DaveS at |

    For a first (or in your case second, when you return) timer, I recommend the free walking tours that are offered from the Plaza de Armas (main square) in Santiago. You get lots of insights from a capable English or Spanish speaking guide; make mental notes of places you’d like to visit later; get restaurant and bar recommendations from a knowledgeable local; and wind up at one of Pablo Neruda’s homes – the great writer’s home is well worth a visit in its own right with its idiosyncratic design and decor.

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  7. antonio
    antonio at |

    Definately the smart way to work! Free wi-fi, sun and pool 🙂 And Santiago in the summer is just a good place to be!