The Rough Guide to Chile

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The third edition of the Rough Guide to Chile explores all corners of the country from the vast Atacama Desert and magnificent, snow-capped Volc n Osorno to the granite spires of the Torres del Paine massif in Southern Patagonia and the mysterious moai statues on Easter Island. The guide includes reviews for all the best places to stay, eat and drink, to suit every taste and budget - plus a new ''Authors'' Picks'' feature to highlight the very best options. There is plenty of practical information for a range of outdoor pursuits, from trekking and white-water rafting to skiing and snow-boarding. The guide takes a detailed look at Chile''s history and culture and comes complete with maps and plans for every region."

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Colour section
5
Things not to miss
14
Getting there
27
Red tape and visas
34
Health
40
Getting around
47
Accommodation
53
Communications
60
The Central Valley
279
The Lake District
335
O Chiloe
415
The Carretera Austral
443
Southern Patagonia
487
Isla Negra Chilote church
529
A brief history of Chile
587
Landscape and
609

Spectator sports
66
National parks and reserves
76
Directory
82
O Valparaiso Vina and
143
El Norte Chico
179
O El Norte Grande
223
Nueva
615
Books
623
Pronunciation
635
Drinks and beverages
641
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حول المؤلف (2006)

Melissa Graham has travelled widely in the Andean countries of Chile, Peru and Ecuador, where she developed a love of the region's landscapes and people.Andrew Benson has travelled extensively in Chile and is co-author of this edition.

Melissa Graham has travelled widely in the Andean countries of Chile, Peru and Ecuador, where she developed a love of the region''s landscapes and people.Andrew Benson has travelled extensively in Chile and is co-author of this edition.

Alex Stewart joined Marquette University in 2000 after ten years on the faculty of Texas Tech University. He is a past Chair of the Entrepreneurship Division of the Academy of Management, Program Chair and Co-Convener of the Organization Science Winter Conference, and Program Chair of the Family Enterprise Research Conference (for which he serves on the board). He has taught in virtually all levels for many different student groups and enjoyed them all, and currently focuses on leading the Entrepreneurship major and launching a non-business minor for MU undergraduates. His emerging research will focus on the photo-ethnographic study of kinship and entrepreneurship.

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