Boutique Hotel Palacio
Travel Blogs from Santo Domingo
... hostel had a very small, but very well needed pool.)
The three of us changed, and decided to check out maps and stuff for what we were going to do the rest of our trip. We were in the common room and eventually more people came and we started to make friends. My favorite part of traveling!
... in a coffee shop and watching the world go by too.
A few days chilling was nice... Next we're hoping onto a bus for Punta Cana and an all inclusive resort for Liz's last week before heading home!! time for a real holiday...
Ben all is forgiven, when you said you needed a holiday when you got back from your around trip, I now know why!! :)
... a full time trainer and would rather plan the tournament. It would be for the 13-15 year olds, so the older team wouldn't benefit from it since they were not being good youth anymore.
Mother Visit! (October 2011)
She came to visit and take a Spanish class. We hung out on the weekends and for my birthday.
House (November 2011)
Remember in some blog I talked about possibly having to change houses? Yep, it's ...
... York, Kennedy had fought Vice President Ric**********, the Republican nominee, in the third of their four nationally televised debates. The race was extremely close, and Michigan was up for grabs. Kennedy's schedule called for a few hours of sleep, then a one-day whistle-stop train tour across the state.
The campaign got word that students had been waiting outside the Michigan Union, where Kennedy was to spend the night, for ...
... me and seeing the culture of what is Santo Domingo, and I have to say that this city is amazing. The first thing I noticed is how relaxed everyone truly ease, as I have come to meet more and more Dominicans I get the sense of a smoothness about their actions that lacks any sense of tension or hesitance. Even among the children you’d be hard press to witness any signs of awkwardness in conversations or in interactions with the people. It was rather relaxing.