Quality Hotel Real Aeropuerto Santo Domingo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Santo Domingo
... gates of the fenced grounds, but it’s a grand building and what a tropical capitol building should look like. The Plaza de La Cultura is a large green park containing many of the city’s main cultural institutions including the Banco Central, Teatro Nacional, Biblioteca Nacional, Natural History Museum, and Modern Art Museum. I went to the Museo de Arte Moderno, an ugly concrete and glass 1970s modernist style building just begging to have more stuff put in it. The ...
Having been in email contact with Freddy for a year, we finally met up last night. I was warned he was a party animal but I could not have guessed that he was so crazy. We met up at the press launch of EL FESTIVAL DEL TEATRO DE SANTO DOMINGO and it turns out he is a big dog. He is the owner of a theatre/ bar/ gallery called LA CASA DEL TEATRO in a 500 year old building and it is beautiful. ...
... of the stairs at the level with the water! Then, I looked back up and everything seemed as if I was back at the Henry Doorly rainforest. I walked next to La Nivera and, totally unexpected, there was a raft that was being pulled by some men (akin to the glowworm caves in new Zealand). It was 20 pesos to get on and cross to the other side, but it was worth it! I hopped on the boat (we had to get on one on each side for balance!) and we were pulled the short distance to the other ...
... the italian food scene around here. Every other restaurant is pasta or pizza, so we still felt we were eating "locally".
That's all we have been up to so far. Today we will take the bus to Puerto Plata and the all inclusive resort that Steve and Maya pointed us too.
One last note, please excuse typos ans this is all done on my phone. Also, the blog name might change to inlude nate as he wants to do some of the future ...
... TIME OF DAY: is in the afternoon when no one does anything. I don't know if it's bad to say that considering it's not job related, yet, when the electricity is out and I'm reading in my hammock with a fresh cup of Dominican cafe (and American creamer, obviously) with the extremely light-blue colored waves crashing in the background, nothing is better. Sometimes muchachos will be in my house coloring or putting together a puzzle. They know to be ...