Green Village At Cap Cana - A Wyndham Grand Bay Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGreen Village At Cap Cana - A Wyndham Grand Bay Resort Higuey
stayed on our resort then decided to rent a scooter to get around and ended up at a beach nearly 45 minutes from our resort by the end of the day we were leaving and on the road a biker type guy was trying to pull us over with hand gestures 'pull over' pull over' scared and left never going back we had no digital camera sorry folks :)
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... steak well done because I was unsure if they would make it too raw and to my surprise it was by far the best steak I have ever had. There was no pink at all yet it was moist and tender like a rare steak. If I had one complaint it would be the use of whole anchovies on their Caesar salad. And really it's unfair to call it a complaint. I was more taken off guard when I discover the anchovies. Thankfully I maintained composure and did not ...
We gave the local market another try today and actually bought a few souvenirs. We managed to fend off their overly aggressive sales tactics, but it just about finished me. I've heard enough 'cheapie cheapie', 'best price', and 'bless my store' to last me a lifetime. I really don't think that they ...
... br> actually not much in terms of hotels or other tourist facilities in the Punta
Cana-Bavaro area, so my intent was just to do a quick drive through in route to
quieter spots to the northwest.
On the way I stopped in Higuey, a crowded chaotic city
surrounded by sugarcane fields with a single attraction in the form of the
Basilica de Nuestra Senora de Altagracia, the biggest church in the Dominican
Republic. The basilica is a pilgrimage center and ...
... nests that lay nestled beneath the sand. The resort was big enough to house five different restaurants and a zoo. The water was turquoise and warm, and the food was delicious (Dave couldn't eat enough mangoes). The rum flowed freely and the peacocks called out in the sun and shared coconuts with us.
We tried to dig deeper into the history of the country, heading to Santo Domingo (it's capital) and touring the old palace where Christopher Colombus's son once lived. ...
... Within this mammoth, cross-shaped concrete edifice stands the Baroque mausoleum of Christopher Columbus, which supposedly holds his bodily remains (Seville Cathedral makes the same claim).
It's a pretty ugly building (in my view at least). Travel and Leisure includes it in their list of the world's strangest buildings. Our Rough Guide calls it a "bombastic eyesore", and says it resembles an "immaculately scrubbed penitentiary". The lighthouse's most ...