Sheraton Santo Domingo
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... in Latin America. On Sunday,
the first of my two days there it was busy and touristy, but that was mostly
the product of two cruise ships docked in port alongside the old city that each
disgorged many hundreds of passengers. On Monday, though, when there were no
cruise ships in port I felt like one of the few tourists around. The historic
area is small enough that its sights can all be taken in a day’s ...
... of that, and out came more wine, vodka, rum, whiskey and the rest from the drinks cabinet. Auscar dressed up in a butlers type top, and acted as butler for the evening which gave the evening a very formal feel. I snuck off to bed at 1.30am, but it was reported that Freddy left at 3.30am, and was pulled over by the police. Luckily, his name gets home out of any trouble. The next day at work I was exhausted!
... I separate and wander around by myself. Later Margarita tells us the guide wasn’t happy with his $ 5.00 tip!
Some time has passed since we sallied forth, and by the time we get to the Alcázar de Colón, the museum has closed. To compensate for our loss, we select an outside table at a sidewalk café overlooking the Plaza España and the boxy Alcázar to enjoy some beers.Drifting overhead is a blimp advertising a ...
... family from the US.
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3. I haven´t included the cost for doors, locks, or windows. I could only ask for $5,000 and those are the last things to be put in. If you can donate more my mom is coming to visit October 2nd. If you happen to see her before she comes and can give her $ for doors, locks, and windows, that would be amazing. Whatever you can give is fine.
... then she let us into the hostel. I was amazed at the first sight! We entered through these wrought iron bar doors and ascended these steep Mexican tile stairs that narrowly wrapped back upon themselves. The staircase brought us to this area like a landing that had black wooden floor panels. There were about 5-6 bunk beds crammed everywhere! This part also had the kitchenette ( it was so small I didn't notice it until breakfast the next day). To the right was a door that opened into ...