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by Jean Bernard Carillet,Carolyn McCarthy

eBook Chile  Easter Island (Country Travel Guide) download ISBN: 174104779X
Author: Jean Bernard Carillet,Carolyn McCarthy
Publisher: Lonely Planet; 8 edition (February 1, 2009)
Language: English
Pages: 528
ePub: 1395 kb
Fb2: 1890 kb
Rating: 4.9
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Comments: (7)
Whitehammer
I travel a lot, and Lonely Planet guides are always some of my favorites -- I got my first one when I traveled around Europe in 2006. I like that they select restaurants and accommodations in a variety of price points; the descriptions are short but colorful and helpful. I actually really enjoy reading the entire book -- even about places I don't intend to go.

On a fun note, this particular book led us to one of the littlest out-of-the-way restaurants you can imagine. If I had found it on my own, I never would have gone there, but I kept telling my boyfriend, "No, let's do it, the guidebook mentioned it, it must be worth it." And it was! That meal was one of our most memorable evenings.
Xig
I have looked at other brands of travel books, but haven't yet found one that really stands out above all the others. Lonely planet books seem to be "as good as any" however, I often make an effort to stay in their recommended places,or try recommended restaurants, and seriously, 9 out of 10 times the recommdations suck. Either the hotel isn't not as it's described, the eating places in the books are mostly bad, with an an occasional exception. In my experience, they have seldom been worth the effort to go there. I don't know who chooses the places to eat in these books, either they have low standards, or terrible taste. I have given up following their recommdations as I find better selections by using trip advisor or asking locals.
Abuseyourdna
I went to Santiago with my family for a 2 week vacation break on September 2010. The Lonely Planet Guide had sufficient info so you didn't miss the most relevant landmarks. However it's a non-stop bible of words with very few pictures, no color, and few distinct or unusual places to visit. I prefer Time Out guides any time of the day. The guide content was mostly up-to-date, but there are a lot a cool places not mentioned, specially around Vitacura, La Dehesa, Providencia and Las Condes which are the modern, financial districts where everythig hip and cool takes place.

Seems to me the contributors are way on the conservative/traditionalist side. Don't get me wrong, Santiago has lots of history, but it is no Buenos Aires or Paris where you can spend days just watching ancient landmarks. I think the guide missed on the opportunity to exploit all of Santiago's new developments and attractions.

Restaurant guide is decent at best, explanations on how to move around are very basic and they do not reflect the complex Santiago Metro and Metrobus systems.

This a is big city, with hundreds of lodging accomodations, especially apartaments, and this guide misses big time on this aspect. I had to look elsewhere for hotel advice.

One crucial aspect I think this guide forgot to mention are the ski resorts near Santiago... Valle Nevado, Valle del Colorado, Farallones, etc. They are a "must visit" and the guide barely mentions this fact.

All things considered it is a Country Guide, not a City Guide, so probably it is impossible to cover every aspect of Santiago and its surroundings. If you plan to move along this vast nation then maybe the LP Guide may suit you well, BUT if Santiago is your primary destination than you are better off with a simple Tourist Map given for free at most Metro Stations... that's the only guide I carried along my 2 week stay and boy did I cover the city.
Snake Rocking
I loved this book, we use it in the trip to Chile, arrived very quick well packaged. The price was excellent since we look around so I recommended.
Todal
This is an excellent travel book for Chile. It gives heplful, practical information about finding your way around Chile and Santiago. I have no complaints. The Santiago-Vina del Mar part of Chile is very beautiful! If you get a chance, go to see it!
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PROS

Familiar LP layout makes it easy to find what you need quickly.
LP guides always have the essentials travelers need, in a similar structure across all guides of the same vintage.
The overview section at the front with color photos gives a feel for what you'll find in Chile.
Smaller fonts (compared to Rough Guide) means more information on fewer pages, but is also a CON for middle-aged eyes.
Good overview of Chilean Spanish, plus a short intro to Rapa Nui (Easter Island) language
Good coverage of non-continental Chile and some nearby areas

CONS

The maps and listings omit most major hotels, of the sort business travelers use. I am both a business traveler (when working) and a lower-budget traveler (when on holiday). Having business class hotels would be useful for those on business, and for easy-to-find landmarks for everyone.

WHICH BOOK FOR YOUR TRIP?

Lonely Planet has this guide focused on Chile, and a much larger book that covers all of South America in about twice as many pages. If your plan is to see more than two countries in South America, with less than two weeks per country, the South America book may be a good choice. If you are focused on Chile and some time to see it, LP Chile has 528 pages, whereas LP South America has only 122 pages on Chile. LP Chile has 54 pages on Santiago, where LP South America has 12.

There are several other brands of travel guides that cover Chile and South America - Footprint, Rough Guide, Frommers, and perhaps others. I suggest that you visit your library and look at each brand, then decide which is best for you.

The style of LP Country Guides is mostly text. There are color pictures in the front, and that's it. The DK Guides provide the alternative of many color photos and less text. LP has a new "Discover" series of country guides that does much the same. These books are great for selecting your destinations before you go, or for shorter visits, but they are not available for Chile so far, and they are inadequate for someone who plans a longer visit, or several return visits. The detailed listings of lodging, transportation, and food options are essential for a serious traveler, even if they are less flashy.

CHILE

Chile is mostly thriving and growing, and is among the safer countries in South America. Chilenos are friendly and jump at the chance to be a host to foreigners, in my experience. The weather is agreeable. They are being recognized as a major producer of fine wines. The land is narrow but nearly twice the length of the west coast of USA.

But the amazing thing about Chile is the diversity of the land:
* charming Valparaiso (near enough to Santiago to be a day trip)
* amazing Easter Island, about 2400 miles west of Santiago
* a desert in the north
* perhaps more volcanoes (active and inactive) than any other country in the world
* the end of the world at Tierra del Fuego
* beyond the end of the world: Chile has claims on part of Antarctica, and you can visit that continent

Even within continental Chile, the land is so long that there is substantial difference between the major areas, both in climate and culture.

CONTENTS - 528 pages total

This list is not complete and is not in the order of the book. My purpose is to give you a sense of what you'll find in the book, and in how much detail.

Highlights - 16 pages
Basics - 60 pages (itineraries, history, culture, food&drink, environment)
Directory (all of the essential details) - 14 pages
Transport - 12 pages
Health - 7 pages
Language - 7 pages (Chilean Spanish plus a half page for Rapa Nui)

Santiago - 54 pages
Middle Chile + Valparaiso - 52 pages
Norte Grande - 55 pages
Norte Chico - 32 pages
Sur Chico - 57 pages
Chiloé - 20 pages
Northern Patagonia - 32 pages
Southern Patagonia - 33 pages
Tierra del Fuego - 20 pages (including 10 pages on the Argentinian part)
Archipiélago Juan Fernández - 10 pages
Easter Island / Rapa Nui - 21 pages
Antarctica - 1 page

WHO, ME?

I have visited 43 countries, using Lonely Planet or sometimes Rough Guide in most of them, for both work and holidays. Even for short trips, maybe especially for short trips, a travel guide is useful to fine essential things to see. I have visited Chile only once, but I am hungry to return - both from what I have seen to what I have read in this book.