Apart-Hotel Atalaya

Address: Calle Elila Mena esq. Fernando Valerio, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calle Elila Mena esq. Fernando Valerio, Santo Domingo, is near Alcazar de Colon.
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        Travel Blogs from Santo Domingo

        Santo Domingo

        A travel blog entry by vicky17 on Jul 02, 2014

        ... beer and showed me round. I feel as though I've joined a Dominican family for the next few days. She showed me a map of the Colonial Zone and pointed out the main sights and a bit of the history. The walls which surrounded the area was to keep pirates out and the street we are on is where one part of the wall was, but most of it has been knocked down. You can still see some parts of it today though on the street and in other parts of the city.
        She had also cooked ...

        Best Project: Courts For Kids

        A travel blog entry by angela_smith on Apr 11, 2013

        ... group inaugurated the court with a volleyball tournament. “La Capitan”, the team’s leader, was extremely proud to showcase the court to her community and neighboring teams while leading her team to their first home court victory!

        Waaaay over do blog

        A travel blog entry by angela_smith on Apr 12, 2011

        1 comment, 10 photos

        ... 3: Deportes Para La Vida. Sports for Life. A volunteer started up a project that I'm interested in bringing to Guasumita. It's a combination of activities/discussions about self-esteem, sexual health, HIV/AIDS, and relationships. The goal is to have 2 people from a community go to a school and do the curriculum. There was a training March 17th-21st in San Cristobal that I took 1 boy from Guasumita. I want to start the curriculum with him in Guasumita over the summer ...

        Living it up

        A travel blog entry by viajerisima on Jan 11, 2011

        1 comment

        The DR has suddenly become very, very fun! I got all of the classes that I need (history of Latin American religion, social history of Latin America, contemporary atheism, social and ethnocultural identity of the contemporary Caribbean, and language and culture of the DR- some very long titles for only 14 credits!) and they happen to all be on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursdays! I could get used to 4 day weekends :) I do have to have at least ...

        Visit to la Zona Colonial

        A travel blog entry by la_profe on Sep 27, 2009

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        ... the tower of the building, which gave way to a spectacular un-obstructed view of the old city - and of other parts of Santo Domingo as well. Another point of interest was the cathedral - the first Christian church built in the New World...it is very impressive, both inside and outside! There is a statue of Columbus just outside of the cathedral, which is quite impressive. We also visited the former house of Colombus' son, Diego, which is located at ...

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