BelleVue Dominican Bay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews BelleVue Dominican Bay Boca Chica
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... of a sham, they charge separately for the rice and fried plantain and put almost a 25% "tax" on top of the bill. The guide ordered lunch and two beers on my tab plus I have to pay for his guide for the day. The lunch bill came out a hefty $61, or DR$ 2500. This is close to 1/2 month salary of how much the typical citizen here eats paid. Well, I guess that is how they make a living by ripping off tourist. I slept for a while on the lawn ...
... it's MY time; my favorite time of the day.
TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALLGAME: I've been playing baseball more often with the jovenes (15-25) because frankly, it's exercise and much more fun than running. Plus, I used to play baseball for years and years before I fractured my hip in high school. When I first got to my site I played with the older men who played softball, but I stopped and hadn't played in a while. These kids didn't think I could play for ...
The Cathedral of Santa María la Menor in Santo Domingo is the oldest cathedral in the Americas, begun in 1514 and completed in 1540. Fronted with a golden-tinted coral limestone façade, the church combines elements of both Gothic and Baroque with some lavish plateresque styles as exemplified by the high altar ...
... link to the final product: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qch3G40S K50 We made quite the scene: three very non-Dominicans playing with beach garbage in the heat of the day! Tomorrow it's more studying, more breastfeeding research and hopefully a break from the work with a trip to the historical Zona Colonial. Wish me luck in my last week of classes! I definitely need all the extra help I can get to fill the gaps of what my lessons and studying doesn't cover. Amanda ...
... up far from where we expected. Passed through mud flats early in the hike which were flooded on the return, so more crashing through the jungle. Got back in time to pack and head to David, where we are now. The hotel is owned by a friendly German named Frank and his Panamanian wife. He is part of the villiage community, and many locals hang around. Very friendly. Colin was a ...