Aurora Del Sol Hotel & Casino
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Santo Domingo
... Pictures will be up in about a month
UPDATE ON PROJECTS:
*Baseball: has taken a back seat for 2 months because English classes have consumed my time. I’m going to get back to scheduling games for the teams once summer starts so they play more because the week will be open.
*English classes: started with 3 English classes and around 60 students anywhere from the ages of 12-45 years old. I dropped it to 2 classes ...
... is the bedroom where four of the little ones watch
Cartoon Network and sleep; Isis and Yoelito and their cousins Margarita,
and Luisito. Wendy, the mother of the former two, lives upstairs from us
with her other son and daughter. Her sister, Mari lives upstairs in the
building behind us where she makes cakes and juices to sell in front of the
nearby Sirena supermarket. Downstairs can be found the teenage girls, ...
... of the Americas and walked along the main strip where there are lots of pieces of art, paintings, various types of stores, two Helado Bons/Yogunfruz stores and, of course, chess players, mariachi bands and the occasional table of older men won drinks singing to their own tune! We checked out a store with a ton of Lari mar, but I'm glad I already had all my souvenirs. I was happy to see a lapel pin, but it was 100 RD, so I held out until the next day when I had seen other ...
... Ocalding. There are 4 colmadoes, 2 Christian churces, 1 Catholic church, and 3 bars. The roads are dirt pathways that donīt have grass. My bathroom is a latrine which I love rather than having a bucket flush because I donīt have to worry about having water when I want to flush. I talked to my mom a little bit and then went on a walk with my project partners. 1 of them is the president of Junta de Vecinos and the other works for BRA. My ...
... of town which sounds like it is more high rises and posh shops. We can see the buildings from our part of town. Where we are there are a couple of large buildings, but the are all casinos.
In the colonial part of town things get much older. Buildings from1523 with heavy stone walls. I have to still look up what they are called, but there was a church inthe main square, a house that I think was called columbus house or somthing, ...