Aladino Aparta Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... meet local men which have inhabited the island forever.The absolute distance (the physical distance between two points--CH 1)was about 187km, not as much as we had thought to be. Luckily we spoke Spanish and so did they, as a result we were able to communicate fairly well to learn more about the culture and the lifestyle in the Dominican Republic. We climbed and enjoyed this physical challenge as we talked over ...
... made, Dark : 50% cocoa powder, rest butter and additives, milk: 30 % Cocoa powder 30% cocoa butter 30% additives, and white : 50% cocoa butter , 50% additives. How interesting... Now I finally figured out the dark chocolate % cocoa come from, more pure cocoa powder and less cocoa butter, thus less fat ?!?! I returned to my hotel a took a short break and went out of my hotel for more tours. I met Eduardo, a local tour guide who agreed to take me around the rest of the ...
... Colonial historic area through a curtain of rain but knew it was now too late and too wet to go exploring. Our hotel had a restaurant, so dinner was easy and after a quick look in the Casino, an early night in order, so we could devote all of the next day enjoying sightseeing.
Santo Domingo boasts two "oldest"s. The oldest cathedral in operation in the Americas (Cat
edal Primada de America building commenced 1514) and the oldest Convent of ...
... in the community. I’m going because I live in a batey, mostly Haitians, and I’m bringing 2 people from my community. It will be held in Quality Hotel in Santo Domingo
*Camp Superman: a 5-day boys’ camp out in the middle of nowhere near a river. July 6th-July 10th. We'll be pitching tents. There were over 30 Peace Corps volunteers who applied to be selected for the camp and they narrowed it down to 16 volunteers. ...
... reality tv show, something like survivor. I guess there was no place in Colombia as beautiful as this.
That evening we drove back to Santo Domingo, where we would spend the next few days.
Our final adventure was to a beach called playa caribe. This was a small inlet not far from the capital. It was a lively place full of people and surfers and the water was equally lively. There were lots of people playing in the water, so we decided to ...