Hotel Cap Ducal

Av. Suecia 281, Santiago, Chile | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Santiago

A World of Kindness

A travel blog entry by mjolly


... okay with me staying, they were okay with me staying. In addition, the staff specifically in Santiago have been wonderful. They have helped me plan every doctor's appointment, file all of the insurance claims, and are now helping me get caught up. The director of the center also visited me several times in the hospital (usually bringing a Starbucks for me too!) and made sure she got constant updates on how I was doing from ...

Stopover - inside the Santiago Airpert terminal

A travel blog entry by keith_scott

... USA even though he had worked there etc so he was flying back to Sydney. Interesting chat with him before he boarded the plane I arrived on.
Unfortunately my PC battery went flat as I tuned into my final class so missed it - had spent quite some time looking for a power adapter plug to allow me to charge my laptop.
Important tip: always have a universal adapter to allow charging Laptop/phone in your carry-on bag.

Culture shock

A travel blog entry by nandz

... at the airport on a desk yelling "taxis" get $3000 commission for every taxi they book. They are not helpful if you are trying to catch the bus, which is about $1500 pesos by the way to the city and completely safe.

You will pass a huge Shanty Town on the way to santiago. Kids rummaging through garbage dumps (which are everywhere down roads etc). Closely built together with cardboard, old wood, rusty metals, all covered in graffiti. They are a sad ...

Ahhhh santiago

A travel blog entry by augsabroad


... the pie crust, and it made our crust into a short-bread rather than a crust. They both turned out delicious though (at least in my opinion). We used 85% dark chocolate for the chocolate tart, which made it exremely rich with just the right amount of bitter.
On our last day before flying all the way south, we made our final purchases and preparations for two weeks in deep Patagonia. Our flight was at 8 am on Sunday, so were up before the sun rose the next day to make it to the airport. ...


A travel blog entry by mersonjames


Another busy morning for Dot Cotton getting all her ironing done and the luggage re-packed. We check out and then head off to take the Metro to downtown Santiago. We pass a busker playing the violin who I mention is unusual as it appears he can actually play. Kathleen comments unkindly, but accurately " How would you know?".

I decide to get my shoes cleaned and try to blend in to my ...


This hotel, located in the Providencia area of Santiago, is near Termas de Chillan, La Parva Ski Village, Museo Tajamares del Mapocho, and Maipo Alto Wine Route.
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