Hostal Nicolas de Ovando-Mgallery
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of Hostal Nicolas de Ovando-Mgallery
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Hostal Nicolas de Ovando-Mgallery Santo Domingo
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. ...
... and have more power. The younger boys have more enthusiasum so I wanted to keep working with them on something that only they could be invited to (science course) while I figured out the baseball stuff.
*Organizing for a group of 21 to come in June to do a basketball in a community nearby
*Applying to take 2 boys from my community to a 5-day Peace Corps boys' camp at the end of June. The same camp I took 2 boys to last ...
... swollen and I felt so funny trying to open my eye. I was glad I had showered and packed the night before, so I got dressed in my red anthropologie dress and went to the kitchenette for breakfast of prepared milk (powdered milk mixed with water), the equivalent of honey nut cheerios, and a Biz ochito that Bettye had for us. It was the smallest communal kitchen I had ever used. But, it had the necessities, so all was copacetic. I then went downstairs and bought some stuff for ...
... We went 1st, talked about Guazumita, and answered questions in Spanish. Every time I saw him I thanked him for coming with me to do the presentation because I knew he didn't like presenting in front of people.
CAME HOME TO NO WATER: I came back to Guazumita Feb. 5th to find out the pump for water broke. I realized how much I love living right by the river. Everyday people were bathing and washing clothes/dishes in the ...