Hotel Restaurant Cap Ducal
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... more north in Con Con. The appartment is overlooking the Pacific Ocean from the 24th floor allowing us an astonishing view on the lights of Valparaiso mirrored in the ocean after sundown. We meet Matias, their 14 year old sun who is a nice and friendly boy, who later accompanies us, as Jorge takes us back to the hotel. We thank them for the most hospitable encounter and a nice day on the waterfront. On sunday we go around Valparaiso by ...
... 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 ...
... A lot of the funiculars have broken down over time and are not working which causes the locals to climb steps – steps that range from 165 to well over 350 steps in sections and they are all straight up.
The dock where we pulled in was a little crazy. We had to take a shuttle about 2 miles to the customs area, only to walk those same 2 miles or 45 minutes back to about same spot but just on the other side of ...
... and shells. Pablo Neruda was a hoarder! The poet is now buried in this location – he died of cancer days after the 1973 military coup. Some say the idealist Neruda died of a broken heart as his country fell under General Pinochet’s dictatorship. Wandering around his home, we were mesmerised by the place and its setting – it was simply wonderful.
Onward bus to Talca, ...
... 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 ...