Travel Blogs from Santo Domingo
... a part of the sidewalk of parts of Santo Domingo as seen from the air. They were fascinating to look at.
We headed back towards the hostel, watched the military show, and I jumped into the pool to cool down cause it was very hot ...
... less eventful than last year's ride.
4:15pm: Once we arrive in Santiago, we stop off for supper at a local pizza hut. Pepperoni (and cheese) pizza and grape fanta with real sugar definitely hit the spot after a long day of travel.
5:30pm: The buses roll in to Hotel Platino, the home-away-from-home for a few of the girls. The rest of the group heads on over to Denny's house, where they will be bunking.
... for days he comes up and he doesn't really give good practices. Sooooo...rethought baseball...new plan. In Don Juan there had been a weekend softball tournament with 4 teams. I've been meeting with the man that planned the tournament to HOPEFULLY plan 1 for next year with 4 baseball teams (mine, Antonci, El Cano, and La Mina). All 4 of these places pertain to Yamasa, not Don Juan. So I need to get 1 business to sponsor each team. I've given ...
... steps of the Michigan Union. Legend had it that he first proposed the idea of the Peace Corps here. The truth is a little more complex, but far more interesting.
Senator John F. Kennedy's motorcade rolled into Ann Arbor very early on the morning of Fri, Oct 14, 1960. The election was three and a half weeks away. The Democratic nominee for president and his staff had just flown into Willow Run Airport. A few hours earlier, ...
... seem none to pleased of stopping if they have to. Speed seems also of no-consequence as far as limits go. But not once did I feel in any danger of the driving while I was on the Bus. So I decided to sit back and enjoy the ride, my only regret was not taking enough pictures of the passing views. Arriving the home (Home for the young teens attending school in Dominican) brought a wave of relief for me, and allowed me a greater time of analyzing and seeing what ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Napolitano Santo Domingo
Great location to be walking distance to the Unesco Old Town. The hotel is combined with a casino and has a day spa with massage (but did not try). Adaquate breakfast. Free WIFI in room. Mini Bar in room. Only real complaint was while there were two double beds they did make a bit of noise LOL.
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