Hostal Riazor

Address: Av. Independencia No. 457, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Plaza De La Cultura 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 ...

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      A travel blog entry by angela_smith on Sep 25, 2011

      1 comment

      ... to look up answers, or computers to research certain topics going to class seemed pointless if they couldn´t do their homework. They have the mindset to study and want to get a degree, but with no resources or money, a person sees graduating from a university impossible. It takes a person with great ambition into their 40s to finish the university.A big advantage for the youth with a library will be an increase ...

      Soaking up the local culture

      A travel blog entry by viajerisima on Jan 13, 2011

      2 comments

      y first day of class went much better than expected! Christine and I left ourselves extra time to get there- and it was so easy, we were 30 minutes early. We wandered around for awhile, then went to class like 15 minutes early. Everybody was already in there (did I mention that I'm taking classes with men who want to become Jesuit priests?) and talking like crazy. They were all really nice and introduced themselves to me... ...

      You know it's winter time in Guazumita when...

      A travel blog entry by angela_smith on Dec 29, 2010

      2 comments

      ... and put up signs in Guasuma and they'd know who needed to practice.

      NOW: After weeks of writring down names I have 3 set teams. I had the teenage guys help, because they knew the kids that could play. The 3 teams needed full names and ages so I could take the list, pics, and letter to different organizations to solicit equipment...bats, baseballs, gloves, uniforms. It took weeks to get full names and ages. Every person has a nickname and for the ...

      Last post from Santo Domingo

      A travel blog entry by akb2ic on Oct 23, 2008

      3 comments, 8 photos

      ... basis. My final week of classes has gone well and I definitely feel like I've made more progress. I only had Spanish lessons for four hours per day this week, leaving me time in the afternoon to work on my "charlas," or workshops, that I'll be giving in Neyba. Today's class included a trip to market to help me learn the names of local fruits and vegetables. These are the same foods that I'll be showing the women in Neyba how to prepare in ...

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