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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
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Beautiful place, rich in history, calm, internet, excellent locatino, good price...
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... Then Rick Manning drove us to the DR CURE Guest House (as it's been dubbed) we hung out there while Eliezer tried to fix something (gate I think) and then Glen Rowe and his wife, Rick Manning and another wonderful couple took Tim and I out to dinner at this yummy place (there's a picture of it). Now we are back at the hotel, the last ...
... this much joy in seven days, I hope I can live the rest of my life with sharing at the forefront because I know I’ll be a happier person.Although my family may not have had a lot of money, we always had basic resources such as water. I will leave this trip with a greater appreciation for my life. ...
Santo Domingo is the capital of Dominican Republic. There is not much to see here. I stayed here two nights in two different hotels. They were both overpriced and nothing special. I arrived late at night on the first night and went directly to the bars. I was looking for a disco and some man brought me into a room with about 20 women and not a single man. All the women were in lingerie. It was ...
... have I seen anyone in this country with this kind of fashion: Louis Vitton, BCBG, and all the Inditex lines (these were the lower end shops). Anyways, we went for the movie, and it was good. Last weekend, we went on a CIEE trip to Santiago (the 2nd largest city on the country, inland, about 2 hours north of santo Domingo- the place I almost studied!). It was only a one night trip- which we spent in a cabin in "el campo" (the country) ...
... there were crowds of people from nearby communities that were dancing and had been drinking since they got to Antonci. It was a weird mix of events.
Another day I decided to get on the bus that comes into Guazumita and takes some of the kids to the school in Don Juan. I wanted to check out how the school was, but picked a horrible day to go. I got on the bus and the kids told me they were all getting presents. We got to school ...