Quality Hotel Real Aeropuerto Santo Domingo

Address: KM 22 1/2 Autopista Las Americas, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on KM 22 1/2 Autopista Las Americas, Santo Domingo.
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      Travel Blogs from Santo Domingo

      The warm begginigs of an Amazing Trip

      A travel blog entry by theactrip on Nov 23, 2014

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      ... we went to the “A Bailar Cafe” in which the people of the Dominican dance, share ideas and promote their art. It was a beautiful place that I and Chris had never imagined of. Looking at the art, we were able to see the harsh depictions of life early in the Dominican Republic. It was a mental challenge as the message was hard to depict, but the art we looked at revealed that “one must overcome ...

      I climbed a mountain and I turned around....

      A travel blog entry by viajerisima on Apr 10, 2011

      ... was actually quite large- 5 of us girls, 2 random spaniards, 2 guides, 14 mules (ridiculous and unnecessary) and like 4 men with the mules.  We did the entire hike (about 27 miles round trip) starting Saturday morning at 8am- going all day until we reached a little "campsite" (a building we set our tent up in, and a few fire pits) at around 6pm. It was a long trek, but I didn't realize just how difficult it was until going down ...

      Still feels like vacation

      A travel blog entry by viajerisima on Jan 31, 2011

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      ... trip" to the oldest church in the Americas, a cigar shop (where they both sell AND produce cigars- I tried a puff- eeeeew), and an amber museum, and taught my family how to play Crazy 8's (a big step up from the very originally titles "cards" they normally play). Then Thursday rolled around....  I was at the gym/laying by the pool alone, when this guy made a comment (in perfect English) on the dive I had done. This sparked a conversation, and I proceeded to show this 25 ...

      Up a Mountain

      A travel blog entry by enjoytheride on Jun 24, 2010

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      ... is the day we hike up to Pico Duarte. I see that the elevation difference from our cabin to the top is about 3000 feet. I am already tired for the day thinking about it. It is 8 kilometers up to La Pelona, the peak next to Duarte. Just up. Continuously going up. Not even down this time. Oh, down, how I miss thee! We make it but then find out it's a tease. To get to the top of Pico Duarte we have to go down 2 kilometers and up 1. DOWN, I ...

      Visit to la Zona Colonial

      A travel blog entry by la_profe on Sep 27, 2009

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      ... Christopher Columbus first landed and settled when he discovered "America." We visited quite a few historic areas, and the architecture is absolutely beautiful! Among the highlights were an old fort that was used to protect the waterfront area, and was actually used as a prison until the 1960's, which was the time of the dictator Trujillo's reign over the country. We were able to climb to the very top of the tower of the building, which gave way to a spectacular ...