Mercure Comercial Santo Domingo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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very nice hotel in the heart of ciudad colonial,in walking distance to all ther sites
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The trip was a service trip to Santo Domingo where we visit orphanages and brought education supplies. At one of the orphanages we stayed and repainted the entire place.
We spent a few days on a resort and beaches! The sun is blazing there!
I got to see the casket that held Christopher's Columbus's ...
... is garbage strewn all over the sidewalk opposite and a maze of telephone and electric wires crisscrossing overhead. Fortunately we are expected and are assigned two rooms on the ground floor. Probably rooms on a higher floor would have been more attractive, but we are only here for a night, so it’s not a big problem. The rooms are clean and the bathrooms adequate with plenty of hot water.
The receptionist tells ...
... the 2 boys would have never gotten operations.
My host sister is pregnant. She has 2 kids already. A boy and a girl which I love. She'll give birth around March/April. Here everyone has a godmother and godfather that the parents pick for their child. It's not a huge responsibility, but everyone knows who their godmother and father are. My host sister had picked a godfather, but wasn't sure ...
... York Times reported that during JFK's entire swing through Michigan, he said "nothing that was new"-which was true, if one counted the early-Oct press release. But in the aftermath of the speech, something new began.
The following Tues, Oct 18, Congressman Chester Bowles of Connecticut, a Kennedy supporter and advisor, spoke to students in the Union ballroom. He, too, proposed what the Daily called "a U.N. civil service, ...
Hello once again, Things continue to go well down here in the Dominican Republic. Since the last update, I've acquired many more Spanish words and many more mosquito bites. The mosquitoes here are crafty: I can't hear them or see them. The only evidence of their existence are the new itchy spots I wake up with every morning! The streets continue to flood every time it rains. A bit of Hurricane Omar passed through yesterday evening, and within minutes after the ...