Hotel Restaurant Cap Ducal
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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We visited a second home of the Chilean Nobel-Prize winning poet, Pablo Neruda. This home is situated south of Valparaiso overlooking the Pacific. The view from everywhere in his house was amazing, but particularly spectacular was his bedroom with the bed angled so the sun rose over his head and set at his feet. The sound of the ocean hitting the rocks ...
... headed out towards Viña Del Mar and Valpariso. The tour promised a trip to a vineyard on the way, which are presuming was the photo taking opportunity next to a vineyard on a motorway sliproad! We also stopped off at a small cafe where we had the chance to try traditional sweet cakes and a drink that is only served on one holiday a year. It tasted a bit like beer and wine mixed together. Me and Lara were fans, but Aliza wasn´t convinced! The cafe had some pet Lamas ...
... one end or the other. We chose the south in the end, I'm not sure why but it was great that we did because when we got there, we walked straight in passing the security which didn't seem to question us or anything. Result, first challenged accomplished, now to prevent getting kicked out if they realise we're not residents here. The pool was huge, breath taking in face, it was around a mile in length and was so beautifully crystal clear. Obviously ...
... good legs. However when we wandered past a couple later he was disappointed with the 'quality'. A raspberry kuchen and an alfahore later we headed back to walk past towards the main plaza del armas. As we walked towards the cathedral dad got distracted by a number artist dressed as a purple fairy. He watched her for a bit before giving her a coin and so then winked and smiled at him for a bit before we dragged him onwards (Willie was hungry). ...
... sort out more planning re: Australia, given we’ll be there in a few days and other than some time in Sydney we’ve got nothing else planned at all! We explore the town a little, work out how the collectivos work (they’re basically shared, fixed-fare taxis), and look at some of the street art. We’re actually a little disappointed by the place – given what we’ve been told, we expected more, but it really doesn’t appear to be ...