Casa Blanca Hotel & Surf Camp
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... with an elevation of 2,600 feet just inland from the city, is Puerto Plata’s main attraction. I had a great clear morning for it, apparently unusual since the peak is often shrouded in mist. There’s a small botanical garden and a mini version of Rio’s Christ the Redeemer statue on top, as well as great views of Puerto Plata, the north coast and the Cordillera Septentrional mountain range. They claim it’s the only "teleferico" cable car ride anywhere in the ...
It’s another day so that means another destination. Ever
From Samana I spent the day travelling west along the
Dominican’s north coast to Puerto Plata with many stops along the way. The potholed
two-lane road follows the coast most of the way with some detours inland
through congested towns like Nagua and Gaspar Hernandez, so it was kind of slow
My breakfast en ...
... more fun. In his book I am a batido, and I could not be happier). But really the personalities are all remarkably lovable in a thousand different ways. Each teen has impressed me more than once in their ability to not only endure, but enjoy the opportunities that could be hurdles on this trip.
My personal goal is to push the American kids out of their comfort zone to build relationships and experiences with the Dominicans, while ...
This was both mine and my Husband's first time out of the Country. It was a somewhat spur decision, having found a good deal a month before and deciding to do it. We didn't know what to expect but got lots of advice from others - don't leave the resort, don't eat the ketchup, etc. I was blown away by the beauty of the place as soon as we arrived. The Airport was a little unnerving, being hustled through customs with a lot of ...
... casual dining area. There was a table with the places all set. The was also a porcelain tea set owned by the youngest Maria Teresa. The glass goblets were owned by the Mirabal Matriarch, Merecedes.
Then, we went to the more formal dining area. This was a darker room with the walls lined with both pencil drawings and oil paintings. The former were done by Patria and the latter by Minerva. Below her paintings were her collection of books and her ...