Hostal Nomadas

Address: Calle Hostos 299, Esquina Calle Mercedes, Santo Domingo, 99999, Dominican Republic | Inn
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This inn, located in the Don Bosco area of Santo Domingo, is near Alcazar de Colon.
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    Travel Blogs from Santo Domingo

    War or Peace?

    A travel blog entry by harleyjah on Jan 18, 2015

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... so the new man in the office (me) got to be Secretary, then Treasurer and then President. So much for the high and mighty. But the FBA was having its annual meeting in Puerto Rico the year I was president, so I got a free flight and room to attend. Sweet. Sandy came with me, at our own expense of course. But a member of another FBA chapter had arranged a cruise at the end of the annual meeting at a fairly good rate. Unfortunately for him, he didn’t ...

    Backpacks On! - Santo Domingo OUR Way.

    A travel blog entry by heatheravan on Dec 07, 2012

    14 photos

    ... life of the cruise ship hadn't softened our style!

    We had decided before we left Oz to do two more islands (Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico) on our own after the cruise as they both had easily accessible UNESCO World Heritage sites and not too exorbitantly expensive flights. After disembarking at Fort Lauderdale, Florida, we took a private transfer through to Miami Airport, an hour and a half away, for our flight to Dominican Republic. The traffic ...

    Summer = shorts and a fridge!

    A travel blog entry by angela_smith on Aug 26, 2011

    3 comments, 16 photos

    ... important stuff: July 30, 2011. Fridge! and shorts! 9 months in Guasumita it was time for both. I got a mini-fridge and having cold water has never tasted better. Summer in the DR means I needed to stop wearing jeans. Guasumita is very religious and for people to not gossip about me-say I was a slut-respect me it meant working 1st for awhile, before wearing anything that didnīt cover my knees. I had been planning activities around the electricity ...

    All at once

    A travel blog entry by fullyfokusd on Feb 24, 2011

    55 photos

    ... of mind.

    A few hours later we arrived in Semana City, nothing really noteworthy here, a large town on the ocean, with few hotels, shops, and park along the water. We were hungry and wanted some fresh seafood. So we headed to local beach. A dirt road took us right down to the water and we parked up on the sand. A small shack was home to grill and frying pan, the man showed us what kind of fish he had and named a price. After attempts at negotiation the guy ...

    A Much Needed Getaway

    A travel blog entry by tiffanybowman12 on Feb 07, 2011

    ... with Selena and Ellen, who are easily 2 of my closest friends here. Our hostel was just a more homely version a hotel. Our room had its own bathroom and a TV! After we relaxed and watched some TV for a bit, the group headed to the Colonial Zone. It's the first city built in the DR. It was absolutely breath taking. It was so interesting to see buildings still standing from that time and to learn more ...