Hostal Nicolas Nader

Address: Calle General Luperon No. 151 esq. Duarte, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Zona Colonial area of Santo Domingo, is near Alcazar de Colon.
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Travel Blogs from Santo Domingo

Santo Domingo

A travel blog entry by vicky17 on Jul 02, 2014

... beer and showed me round. I feel as though I've joined a Dominican family for the next few days. She showed me a map of the Colonial Zone and pointed out the main sights and a bit of the history. The walls which surrounded the area was to keep pirates out and the street we are on is where one part of the wall was, but most of it has been knocked down. You can still see some parts of it today though on the street and in other parts of the city.
She had also cooked ...

Viva La Vega!

A travel blog entry by kailuabeth on Feb 04, 2013

3 comments, 1 photo

... quit gasping at the near misses. :) We had the privilege this evening of going to our project site and worshipping with the congregation we are here to serve. Phenomenal experience. We arrived a bit early for the service, so the pastor and his family gave us a walking tour of the barrio. The poverty level is astounding...so many people living in such small spaces...many one room houses...some with roofs, some without...dirt paths between the jumble of living ...

Waaaay over do blog

A travel blog entry by angela_smith on Apr 12, 2011

1 comment, 10 photos

... allowed on a bus, jobs) they are discriminated against. Volunteers that go get to bring 2 leaders from their community. I'm hoping to bring my host mom and a man that I've gotten to know really well from English class.
-June 6th-10th: Spanish class. Random I know. Peace Corps needs to see that I haven't had problems adjusting the past 5 months and that my Spanish has actually gotten better. I'll be staying in the capital with the host family I had been staying with at the ...

Soaking up the local culture

A travel blog entry by viajerisima on Jan 13, 2011

2 comments

... couldn't understand a word they were saying. Then Antonio came and sat by me, and he spoke slowly to me- so yay a friend! Then the prof (who is also a priest) came in- he's really fun. He knows his stuff, he's funny, and I understood everything! Getting home was the only downside to this experience... I couldn't figure out which guaguas to take home, then once I finally got on the right one, I didn't tell it to stop in ...

Home stretch

A travel blog entry by akb2ic on Dec 01, 2008

8 comments, 20 photos

... to make it. I was afraid people wouldn't want to try the different foods, but in the end the only thing leftover was the one Dominican dish Luzlanda had prepared. I was flattered! The applesauce was an especially big hit. Luzlanda, a woman constantly looking for new entrepreneurial opportunities, is thinking about starting a little business to make it at home and sell it as a semi-frozen treat at the office. Aside from worrying about my leg and preparing ...

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