Hotel Dona Elvira
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... by the Spanish.
In the afternoon, we were able to visit the Three Eyes of Water National Park. We went down the stairs into a garden of beauty within three caverns. A few scenes of Jurassic Park were shot within the humid, jungle like gardens, and deep blue waters. In the past, many of the pools were used for swimming, but now tourists climb up and down the stairs winding through the caverns, and crossing a pool with a ...
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We sat around for a while, drank some Rum and coke with some of our new friends and learned about neat things to do around. Steven, Stephanie, Alix, Tarvo and I were hungry so we went out to dinner together at a "Steak house" called Parrillada Malecon 7. It ...
On returning to Santo Domingo we had booked 2 nights in a swanky boutique hotel just round the corner from the colonial plaza. Santo Domingo was the first city of the Americas and the zona colonial is a surprisingly peaceful place. We had a week earlier come across PADELA, an animal sanctuary just round the corner from our hotel. We returned and this time were lucky enough to met the owner, Laura, who spoke excellent english. We also found two 1-week old kittens left ...
... go get land in an area of Guasumita that could maybe be used as a basketball/vball court. We'll see...I still need to get back to see if they approved the land solicitation.
Baseball (September 2011-October 2011)
3 teams: 8-12 years old, 13-15 years old, 16-22 years old. So yeeeeah, I stopped with baseball around March because equipment got used so much balls got lost when they had games, bats got broken, and gloves got worn ...
... and Mardi Gras, with an added touch of girls being whipped in the butt with a balloon on a rope. People come from all over the country as well as puerto Rico, Cuba, Venezuela, etc dressed up in specific, very elaborte costumes. It was an interesting experience, but it was cut short by a rain shower (according to my sister, people sometimes stay out all night). Later I heard the fireworks but couldn't see ...