Hotel Cap Ducal
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... all over the world every day, because of their religious commitments to many different religious traditions.
I went on a truly excellent free walking tour of Santiago for three hours this afternoon, and learned a great deal about the culture and the people of Chile and its largest city. While waiting for the tour to begin, however, I also met other travelers. One, a young man named Jan from a town near Hamburg, Germany, is spending a year working ...
... were really impressed with how cheap the produce was, tomatoes at $1, strawberries about the same, cherries a little dearer, as the season is ending, at $4 a kilo. The tour guide bought some strawberries and cherries for us to taste, both delicious. Our tour guides Carlos from Columbia and Victor from Canada were both excellent - and very passionate about the city. A couple of stops on the metro and we ...
... as well as a record of the history of the country in the size and type of burial structures and the type and placement of the memorials. For example, Salvador Allende's grave is quite grand and reflects the people's angst at his death. Pinochet is also buried here, and in a moving demonstration to how Chile has attempted to effect a reconciliation with that bad period in its history, there is a large memorial to the 5,000 people he ...
... Santiago and most of the group decided to do it with us too. Result. We only had 1 day in Santiago so we had to make the most of it. Tours for Tips, Find Wally walking tour took us 3 hours all around the main tourist areas, markets and the extremely large cemetery. It fits 117 football pitches. WTF!!!! It was massive. I could not believe it. We were told by our Where’s Wally guide (yes they were dressed like that), that the ...
... Allende´s (Chile´s Socialist President at the time of the coup) last radio announcement prior to his death (from suicide, he refused to give in), interviews with Allende´s advisors who were with him just prior to his death and stories about the killing and torture of opponents to the regime.
We also visited the General Cemetery in Santiago to see the memorial to ¨The Disappeared¨, those who had ...