Boutique Hotel Palacio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 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!! :)
... that were mean to the volleyball team. I didn't want the youngest and middle team to suffer though, because they did really want to practice and learn.
I had them practicing with the team in Don Juan for a few weeks, but it was too time consuming to walk there and sometimes we'd make the walk to find out practice was cancelled. Then I found a man on the older team in Don Juan to come give practice. It's alright, but there's not a ...
... flags, and a closing ceremony on the National Mall
February 2012: 50th year anniversary celebration for Peace Corps Dominican Republic
BELOW: Article taken from Worldview: The Magazine of the National Peace Corps Association
JFK AT THE UNION: The unknown story of the Peace Corps speech
by: James Tobin
Well after midnight on October 14th, 1960, presidential candidate John F. Kennedy arrived ...
... 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.