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In the neighbouring village of Guayacanes, this restaurant really takes you away from the all inclusive industry.
Set by the beach and offering two levels of terrace, this restaurant is one of the best I've ever been to in my life. It is full of class, the atmosphere is intimate and romantic and the food is simply delicious.
For wine amateurs, this restaurant has one of the most important wine collections of the Carribean.
Quite expensive for dominican standards, relatively equal to swiss prices for a meal out, but so much better than anything back home. Totally worth the cost.
Favorite Dish: We had lobster, grilled with garlic sauce. As a first course, we had a fish soup.. it was delicious and creamy! Also, with all this a delicious glass of white wine.. let them choose for you, they know what they are doing!
Updated Mar 16, 2005
Juan Dolio lives from tourism. And once there, all will be done so you spend as much money as possible. Basically, tours will be offered at incredibly high prices and taxi fares are totally outrageous for a third world country. Best way to travel around, go to the main road, the Las Americas highway and just wait for a little mini bus or the likes (locally called guagua) to stop. It will cost you a couple of dollars to get to Santo Domingo for example (for reference, by taxi it is 45 USD one way and a tour costs 50 USD per person ).
Written Mar 16, 2005
In October 2007 I was passing through the Security Gate in the airport Las Americas, and my photobag was stolen there. In the bag I had the following:
Nikon Digital Camera. D 50. Number 6100697.
Nikon AF-S DX 18-55 mm./3.5-5.6G. Number 2165404.
Nikon AF Zoom-Nikkor 70-300 mm/F4-5.6G. Number L 9026661.
If you get the offer, don't buy these things. If you can buy my 2 memory cards with more than 700 Holiday pictures, then do it. I'll pay you USD 400,00 for these.
Written Mar 5, 2008