Iberostar Hacienda Dominicus
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Outdoor pool
- Concierge desk
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... our cell phones or a lot of money because you could be robbed. There is a lot of robbers in the counrty and will rob you if you are not careful. We went to many of the beautiful beaches in the country. We went to the main beaches in La Romana like Dominicus, and Bayahibe. We went to the popular white sand beaches in Punta Cana and we even went to private beaches in Samana in the north of the country. I would recommened any of the beaches.
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... purchased from Costco. They demanded that I throw away all of it and was going to charge us $20 US dollars to put it in an incinerator. It was difficult to see all our newly bought fruit and vegetables get tossed into the garbage. I can understand their concerns about bugs but the tomatoes where just perfect to go into a salad or sandwich. I hate seeing good food being thrown away like that. Nothing I could do except comply with their request. The ...
... Nacional. They seemed like
legitimate police, but I still thought, “Oh, no, this is going to cost me
money!” That’s what I always think when I encounter police anywhere. He asked
for the car’s registration and my license. Apparently the registration sticker
on the windshield expired at the end of 2014. “Hey, una problema de Budget
Rent-a-Car” I said, trying to act as stupid and as uncomprehending as possible,
which is not ...
... way cornfields do in the Midwest. The town main cities heading east are mostly sugar processing centers also famous for producing many of the Dominican’s star baseball players for the American major league. With lots of "motos" (motor scooters) on the road and little in the way of rules of the road Dominican Republic is probably the most stressful place I’ve driven so far, but the flow of traffic is something I’d quickly get used to in my two weeks driving.
... right nice), potatoes and onions, boring salad and of course the obligatory rice and beans. All this washed down with Presidente beer.
After stuffing ourselves, there were hammocks nearby. I managed to get one overlooking the beach in the distance with an amazing view, where I had the best food nap ever. When I awoke everyone was napping under the palm trees.
After relaxing under the trees, Pepe our guide took us on ...