Hotel La Casona Dorada & Restaurant
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... and of the U.S. It all makes you wonder why we went into Iraq.
Back to the tour. The Zona Colonial is apparently designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site as it has a “treasure trove of colonial buildings”, the oldest in the New World. We visited, among other places, the Alcazar de Colon, the oldest Viceregal residence in America, and the Catedral Primada de America, the oldest cathedral in America, completed in 1540. Boy, and you ...
... in next week before I head home. It's alot smaller, but more secure of a house because it's cement.
+ of the house...cement structure (not wood)=NOT RATS!!!
- of the house...place to shower, but no restroom (latrine or toilet)
Medical Mission (November 2011)
When groups (doctors, nurses, surgeons, nursing students) come in and don't know Spanish they coordinate with Peace Corps to get volunteers to stay with them ...
... avocado), and sardines. Yum! Yuca is quiet possibly the most filling food on earth, one bite makes you feel like you just ate an entire meal. After a hearty breakfast we headed around town to drop of the temporary car, which wasn’t in great shape and sucked up gas like nobodies business. The plan was to rent a different car, for a much better price , in a town called Bonao where Carlos’ girl lives and knew somebody who knew somebody. We got a ride to the ...
... for the guagua out front. We then drove to Cento Leon! Centro Leon is an art museum with the Jimenez cigar factory behind it. These cigars are the most famous of the DR and are made with Cuban tobacco leaves (the seeds were stolen out of Cuba). The museum is huge and is vey modern like museums back home! I hadn't been to a museum in a long time, so it was great going to one! We were late for our tour, so we waited in the gift shop while Leah arranged for another tour. ...
... that'll give us a chance to get something to eat."
They hadn't prepared a speech, but Kennedy was good at extemporizing in a pinch. He might have given students a quick greeting and a standard pitch for votes. No one knows why he choose, instead, to ask them a question that would launch the signature program of his administration and ignite the idealism of a generation.
Since early in the campaign year, there had ...