Continental Hotel

Address: Av. Maximo Gomez No. 16, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic | 1 star hotel
 
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Location

This 1 star hotel, located in the Capotillo area of Santo Domingo, is near Alcazar de Colon.
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    Travel Blogs from Santo Domingo

    Santo Domingo - Capital of Dominican Republic

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jan 19, 2015

    68 photos

    Santo Domingo is a sprawling metropolitan area of about two million people surrounded by slums known as "Barrios Apaches" for the same reasons the South Bronx used to be known as Fort Apache. I was warned about the craziness of Santo Domingo traffic and I'd believe it, although I’ve never before driven in a large developing world city. Fortunately, I entered the city late morning on Sunday when most Dominguenos were still nursing hangovers from Saturday night partying. Entering the ...

    Three weeks in...

    A travel blog entry by harrywalker on Jul 02, 2013

    ... in Gazcue which is very ideal for me. Not as luxiourious as my pad here, it is less than a third of the cost and in a better location. Sadly no maid which I something I am distraught about!

    Also starting to finalise plans for the next few weeks until my flight to Cuba and I am going to be rushed to fit everything. Such a change from when I turned up on this 'tropical' ...

    Best Project: Courts For Kids

    A travel blog entry by angela_smith on Apr 11, 2013

    ... I’ve met amazing people, both from William and Mary and from the DR, seen amazing things, and experienced a week I will never forget, all on a trip that was meant to benefit others. The people in Guasumita don’t have a lot, but they do live right if sharing has ...

    Santo Domingo!!!

    A travel blog entry by borndriven on Feb 19, 2011

    ... then she let us into the hostel. I was amazed at the first sight! We entered through these wrought iron bar doors and ascended these steep Mexican tile stairs that narrowly wrapped back upon themselves. The staircase brought us to this area like a landing that had black wooden floor panels. There were about 5-6 bunk beds crammed everywhere! This part also had the kitchenette ( it was so small I didn't notice it until breakfast the next day). To the right was a door that opened into ...

    Work can begin!

    A travel blog entry by angela_smith on Feb 11, 2011

    18 photos

    ... outside when all the kids were telling me she was here and saw them pull up to the house on horses.
    Another weekend there was a "rezo" in Heidi's community, Antonci, so I went to her place for 2 days. When someone dies there is a 9 day "resting" period and on the 9th day is "rezo." From what happened in Antonci for the "rezo" there were 2 activities. Inside the house of the deceased friends/family were crying and when you ...