Hotel Century Plaza

Av Rafael Vidal, Santiago, Dominican Republic | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Av Rafael Vidal, Santiago.
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Travel Blogs from Santiago

What Came First, the Chicken or the Ethics?

A travel blog entry by ambrose-icd on May 07, 2014


... Although I cannot sufficiently answer these questions in a practical, ...

If I had a wouldn't last long

A travel blog entry by kailuabeth on Feb 05, 2013

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We started our construction work today, and while it was tremendous from a group perspective, my self confidence was dealt severe blows today. Let me start by saying that nobody looks at me and thinks, "Wow. That girl was born for manual labor. Give her a sledgehammer and turn her loose." But I'm not afraid of hard work, and I'm pretty coach-able. (Although supervision is probably a good idea :) When we arrived this morning they were ready for us to work. Our crew ...

Rice, beans, nachos, fruits, and liver

A travel blog entry by stephbrand on Oct 04, 2012

4 comments, 8 photos

... is very often some form of plantains: mashed with onions (called "mangu"), boiled, or cut in pieces and fried (called "tostones") and something else listed above. Fun fact: when I'm asked if I want a "sandwich" that is defined as ham and cheese on toasted bread with ketchup and mayo. Don't get me wrong, I love ketchup, but I can't do it on a sandwich. I learned pretty quickly to ask for ...

A visit to the orphange in the DR

A travel blog entry by ashleythornton on Jun 18, 2012

1 comment, 10 photos

Last week, my classmates and I visited a orphanage here in the Dominican Republic. The children ranged from ages 2-17 years old and we were told that they were all living there based on many different reasons. This was an experience for me because I have never visited an orphange before so I wasn't quite sure what to expect from the children. I was unsure if I would even enjoy this visit because I did not want to see any unhappy children. ...

The day of the Lord.

A travel blog entry by mpc963dr on Jun 10, 2012

35 photos

... of the heat), so this morning we took a trip out to a nearby village to play (baseball, random little games), pass out some clothes and baseball-related items, and, most importantly, to share about Jesus. As the bus carefully navigated the steep, narrow, winding path, Denny told us that we would be going somewhere that was new even for him, and it was very possible that this morning would be the first time many of them had ever heard the Gospel. After playing ...