Hotel Casa Robinson

Address: Las Terrenas , Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Las Terrenas , Santo Domingo.
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        Travel Blogs from Santo Domingo

        Santo Domingo - Capital of Dominican Republic

        A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jan 19, 2015

        68 photos

        ... I’m not using it wand walking everywhere, but I determined I didn’t have much of a choice. If I were to have returned the rental car two days early I would have still had two $40 taxi fares to and from the airport and a lot more hassle since there’s no public transportation between the city and the airport located about twenty miles east.

        The Palacio Nacional dates from Trujillo’s time but is usually not open to the public. You can only see it from ...

        Las Terranas & Playa Rincon

        A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jan 11, 2015

        42 photos

        ... Parillada Mixta at an Argentine restaurant, and a whole grilled Red Snapper at a beach grill at Playa Rincon – but not much of it except for a side of tostones (deep fried plantain slices) was very Dominican.

        I drove back across the peninsula via a different route through a beautiful landscape of tropical forest and banana and cocoa plantations, a perfect tropical Caribbean paradise with some great views of the Atlantic and the ...

        Samana Peninsula - Tropical Beach Paradise

        A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jan 09, 2015

        31 photos

        ... so powerful as to create much danger of riptides.

        The Samana Peninsula is full of small villages filled with
        people who look like they have little to do. You can see why so many Dominicans
        immigrate to New York City. It’s a paradise where you can hang around, twiddle
        your thumbs, go to the beach, and maybe figure out ways to hussle tourists with
        boat excursions to deserted islands or steer them to a place where you can get
        a commission on their shopping or ...

        Our last day - booooo!

        A travel blog entry by jumon on Aug 10, 2014

        8 photos

        ... buggered off and there's no one around. Tonight we are going back to Don Pablo gourmet restaurant as it's our last night. We've got to pack as well because we have to have checked out by 9.30 - our boat for the mainland leaves at 10. It's going to be a very long today tomorrow. We're due back in Manchester on Tuesday morning at 6. I'll add some more photos now. See you soon - we hope the weather gets a bit better in the UK ready for our return. It looks awful! Love Julie and Simon ...

        Go Galeras

        A travel blog entry by straykat6 on Dec 23, 2013

        35 photos

        ... easy for my American hip-hop/house-two-step-feet. Latin dancing is more like one-two-three-four with a lot of switching feet in between. Complicated! Also different was the layout of the club, with the elevated dance floor in the middle and tables with seats around it. They would play a song, and the dance floor would fill up, and when the song ended, everyone returned to their seats while a new group went up. Different from American clubs ...