Barcelo Santo Domingo
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... 8217;t have been easier. I apparently passed through the downtown area in tunnels the express lanes go through on the main road through the city, so I missed it. I seemed to have missed the very slummy areas on the way into town as well. Overall most of the city on the way in was an unappealing mixed density of cheap looking modern buildings and no particular planning. Santo Domingo does have a subway system, or so my guidebooks say. It doesn’t go near the historic area, though, ...
... Being in Guasumita reminds me how very little there is to complain about in life, how I have been given so many opportunities, and how it is now my challenge to use my opportunities to strive for a greater good. I hope that every time I’m slipping into a ‘woe is ...
... homes of Christopher Columbus and Hernán Cortés, conqueror of Mexico, the Panteon Nacional, and right at the end in its own plaza, the Alcázar de Colón, restored home of Columbus’ son Diego, Governor of the Spanish Indies and Viceroy of New Spain.
Entering the Pantheon, originally a Jesuit church, we are approached by a guide who starts relating the history of all the Dominican heroes, but not being much ...
... Pepe gives them practice every week
*Every weekend 1 or 2 teams play with a nearby community
*I store the baseball equipment in my house and they come get it when they have practice or a game
2. ENGLISH: in school in Guasumita
3-4 pm: 5th and 6th grade. About 15 students
-Started: last week in February
-Stopped: 1st week in March
*The professor was there 1 day and the kids would be quiet/listen. After that he ...
... even Nataisha came home from school before we left. As if we hadn't engorged ourselves enough, we went straight from there to meet Katie, Christine and Nina for ice cream at Bon. That was a whole lot easier since I didn't have to talk/translate the whole time. After ice cream, we had class at CIEE, so Lo got to meet just about everybody in the program and see my temporary school. I skipped the second half of class so we could walk down El Conde, a shopping street ...