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We were expecting a lot of restored mansions but they are still many needing restoration. Sidewalks made of wooden planks are interesting. The vendors on the street sell some interesting flea market type things but the "souvenir" shops are pretty substandard.
Baquedano street has an enormous pontential that’s its not well taken advantage of. This street has some restaurants and hotels, and really nice houses that keep their old appearance, but most of them are in ruins or not well manteined. It’s a shame, it could...More
We walked all area in Baquedano's Boulevard, was so clean and nice houses, spaces a lot of restaurants. Some houses are so pretty in good conservation the authorities in charge are doing excellent job with those houses. We can see a couple for inside was...More
Did a walk in Baquedano street on Sunday so it wasn't surprising that the place was pretty dead.
So I decided to go the day after at the afternoon, surprisingly the place looked the same...many closed places, barely had people in the street...
Arrived off a cruise ship and decided to walk around the area. There are not too many shops/restaurants, and a lot of the buildings were empty and in disrepair. This street does have the potential to be great if they can get more vendors in...More
We visited on a Friday, and it was like a ghost town. Many of the places along the Street were closed or boarded up. Almost all were in disrepair. There was one lovely purple hotel that had been well kept. There were places to eat...More