Antiguo Hotel Europa
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... redistribution of land. To appeal for the support of the United States, they couched these concerns as a fear of communist influence in the republic, and they warned of the potential for “another Cuba’.” Fear of communism, with its explicit attack on the free enterprise system, has led the U.S. into too many disastrous campaigns (Iran, Vietnam and Chile just to mention the ones that come to mind), disastrous for both the citizens of ...
... family of the house I'm in now are going to have another baby and don't have enough money to live in Santo Domingo anymore and gave me until the end up this month to move out. They will be reimbursing me for the money I spent on their house to put in the floor and electricity. This month I bought cement blocks so a guy could put in a place to shower on my new house/barracon, am going to clean it with the help of a family this week, and move ...
... houses and then took the car we were picked up in, to another house where we would be staying. The house seemed pretty nice; it was well guarded with three sets of gates just to get in. The house belongs to the family, Carlos’ aunt and grandma live here. Inside is clean and inviting, I have my own room and Milagro insists on making my bed and organizing my ****. Fine by me.
The next morning breakfast was served. Mangu (mashed plantains) , yucca, ...
... Physical Therapy wing, the cath lab and the administration wing and the patients CCU. It is a very nice hospital and the nicest of the three we've seen in Santiago! The individual suites have a living room area separate from the bedroom area. They're nicer than the states! The family waiting room overlooks the skyline of the city! There are works of art and pictures up all over the hospital - you could tell it's a new hospital. After about an hour and a half of touring, ...
... As the cars reached the corner of State and South University, Kennedy's speechwriters, Theodore Sorensen and Richard Goodwin, looked out the window. Students, densely packed were milling all over the steps and sidewalks and into the street. Some carried signs or wore Kennedy hats. There were signs for Nixon, too. Cries arose as the cars pulled up.
"He won't just let them stand there," Sorensen told Goodwin. "He's going to ...