Hotel Restaurant Cap Ducal
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... Mar, chosen by Henk.
While in Renaca having lunch one day, we met a wonderful Argentine family. The daughter spoke beautiful English and helped us with the menu. She gave us her email and cell phone number if our travels took us to their hometown of Mendoza, Argentina, the wine capital. Such nice people!
On another day, we enjoyed lunch in Vina del Mar at a local restaurant. A family sitting beside us heard us ...
... up we went for a walk around the area. There are so many colours in each building despite them being so run down or burnt down. We found a restaurant strip and were starving having not had any lunch so we stopped for a delicious pizza to share despite being the only customers in the restaurant. We continued our walk up and down the hills and many stairs before I hit a wall with the jetlag again and had to retire to bed around ...
... lock (ie you could not lock the bathroom door!!) it certainly has been an experience. One I don't hope to repeat (Dan won't be happy with that:)))
Anyway, I am trying hard to come to terms with it all and just enjoy the experience.
Off to Mendoza, Argentina, tomorrow a baby bus ride at only 8-9 hrs. Its through the Andes and the scenery is supposed to be so spectacular you hardly notice the time. Hope so.
... this mad and busy town. We rather prefer Valpariso, which is the busy and historic port of central Chile and just a 50 cent ride away. Great-granpapa Bertie built his railway all the way to this port and we were pleased to see traces of the old railway still there. Now there is a modern metro that runs from Vista Hermosa right into the port. Once in Valpariso, we discovered the Ascensors (funiculars) which whisk (well, rumble in a rather rickety and scary ...
The next morning, after a wake- up call and very light breakfast in the club, we met up with Pablo in the lobby and he drove us very comfortably to Valparaiso through fascinating countryside explaining everything along the way. We took Alexander's advice and headed for the water!!
En route the tunnels are long. The first is 7 kilometres and at present a 70k tunnel is being built running from Chile to Argentina, it will be finished in 2016!
Chile is a ...