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cruises now coming/going from San Antonio instead of Valparaiso

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Effective the start of the 2017/2018 cruise season half of the ships will now arrive and depart from San Antonio and not Valparaiso. My cruise is Feb. 14 and has been changed to leaving from San Antonio now in place of Valparaiso. I was going to overnight in Valpo on Feb. 13 and tour the city on the 14th before boarding the ship that afternoon. I will now stay in Santiago Feb. 11-13 and depart from there to San Antonio on Feb. 14

Is there a taxi service that can pick up at a Santiago hotel and drive cruise passengers to San Antonio?
I have a price from a driver for $200 for 2 but that seems excessive.

Looks like the people of Valparaiso will take a financial tourism hit with 50% of their cruise related visitors not going there anymore.

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