Classic Santiago feedback, anyone?

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Classic Santiago feedback, anyone?

Postby iiztehtravelbug » Tue Dec 14, 2010 12:02 am

Has anyone taken the 4-day Classic Santiago tour?
http://www.gapadventures.com/trips/clas ... CCSC/2011/

Would love to know what you think about it...
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Re: Classic Santiago feedback, anyone?

Postby Endless Journey » Thu Dec 23, 2010 6:22 am

Not done this tour per say, but done it as part of other tours/optional activities. If gastronomy is one topic of discussion you enjoy, certainly, this one's for you. From the time you get picked up at the airport to end of services, you're in a for an unforgettable experience. Santiago's tourist hub is very easy to navigate on foot (when on your own). Salud/cheers!
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Re: Classic Santiago feedback, anyone?

Postby iiztehtravelbug » Wed Mar 23, 2011 9:53 pm

Thank you very much! I guess I have lots of decisions to make! :D
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