Natural Village Hotel Bavaro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... there are good and bad things but even the "bad " things were not that bad.
If you come to the Dominican I would suggest that you already have a "pre-ride" to the hotel set up. Because, with out a doubt, I got ripped off on the cabs that I took (I knew this going in and I literally did nothing about it. I was the dumb American in this scenario.) Most of the hotels have this type of ...
... bother me, ask me for anything, steal my time, and or generally get on my nerves. It was quit amazing. I can't recall that last time this happened. I think this trip my have actually fixed all my "broken nerve" endings!
One of the first things I noticed is that I was surrounded by French and oddly enough Russian people. They seemed to be everywhere, I sort of was ...
... de Rio Chavon. The Rio Chavon is an area with wonderful shops and restaurants. The view of the river was superb as you can see from the pictures. It was shared with us that they hired a set designer from Hollywood to design it and put it all together. One thing we noticed was that barely anyone was there. We saw 6 groups total while we were there for three hours. How could a place so pretty and cared for have so little commerce? How does a ...
Punta Cana is the easternmost point on Hispaniola and the
center of the biggest concentration of large resorts. I was surprised to learn
that Dominican Republic is third in Latin America in terms of foreign tourism
receipts after Mexico and Brazil. Maybe it’s because I’ve mostly lived in the
western U.S. where people mostly go to Mexico on their beach vacations, but I
hadn’t realized how big a tourism industry there is in the D.R. ...
... how the other half lives. As we meander down tree shaded streets lined with exotic mansions and elegant high rise apartment buildings, it seems to us that wealthy Dominicans live very well.
We return back through the colonial sector and over the Ozama River past an unusual monument commemorating the sugar cane industry, looking for the ubiquitous Columbus Lighthouse, known locally as El Faro. It was completed in 1992 on the 500th anniversary of ...