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  1. #11903
    Quote Originally Posted by BrotherP  [View Original Post]
    Brothers! Is anyone familiar with the Villa Altagracia section of Santo Domingo? A buddy of mine who lives in Sosua is being told by chicas he can live better there for cheaper. I'm not sure he can live safely in a Dominican area. Just my opinion. Has any one partied and or hunted in this area? Some pros are cool, but I'm always a little skeptical of what they say. Thanks in advance!
    It is a separate township, about 30 kilometers from the center of SC, conveniently located on the main highway to La Vega and Santiago.

    It is a desperately poor area with a high percentage of Haitian residents, so he could certainly live there cheaper. Whether he would enjoy more than 2 to 3 hours of electricity per day, water more than three times a week, refuse collection, police protection from robberies, and so on, I have no idea.

    Affluent people all over the world live in some of the biggest shit-holes, so there may be comfortable, gated estates there. I only know the bit where two of my girlfriends lived, and that was the pits.

  2. #11902

    Villa Altagracia

    Brothers! Is anyone familiar with the Villa Altagracia section of Santo Domingo? A buddy of mine who lives in sosua is being told by chicas he can live better there for cheaper. I'm not sure he can live safely in a Dominican area. Just my opinion. Has any one partied and or hunted in this area? Some pros are cool, but I'm always a little skeptical of what they say. Thanks in advance!

  3. #11901

    Gazcue #2

    Quote Originally Posted by BoricuaOnline  [View Original Post]
    Gazcue is my center of operations everytime I visit Santo Domingo. I prefer it over Zona Colonial. A few comments about your report: Bodega Independencia, I got a girl from there once, it was a good experience.

    Sometimes there are girls on Danae street around the small hotels of the area.

    Behind Manolos there is a restaurant that is a must visit for tourists: El Conuco. La Cadena is a supermarket that is just a block away from El Conuco. One block east and you will find Louis Philiphe restaurant with 100 pesos lunch special, it is just steps from Hostal San francisco de Asis. A couple of blocks north in Pasteur and Delgado there is a money exchange house in front of a Pizza Hut.

    Streetgirls sometimes use parkings of places as for example the university college next to Sheraton hotel for short term sex. Security guard let the girls use the area for 100 pesos per client.

    Touts are sometimes annoying but they are not dangerous, they once were very helpful and with me trying to find my cousin. I got drunk and went out of Pure for a 500 pesos blowjob, I left him with two ladies that were mad because I just leave without them.

    Manolos and Riazor hotel are owned by the same people, you get a free breakfast on Manolos with your stay on Riazor.
    Thanks, I will visit some of the places you mentioned and make an addendum to this report.

  4. #11900
    I think El Conuco is decent, the atmosphere can be good but food quality has been a hit or miss for me. Similar to Adrian Tropical, where the atmosphere is good and the view of the sea is great but my last two experiences were underwhelming. I personally rate Villar Hermanos to be higher than El Conuco and Adrian Tropical if we're looking at good authentic Dominican cuisine. But they are all worth checking out. I would also add in there the'Luis Parillada which is open until midnight or 1 AM and is close by, just down the Malecon. Good sancocho and mofongo. Santo Domingo has a very good dining scene, when going out with DC chicas I've never had an issue with finding a good place that we'll both enjoy, whether it's authentic dominican cuisine, mexican cuisine, seafood, etc. If you're willing to spend a little bit, any one of the restaurants by Plaza Espaņa in Zona Colonial is good. My favorite being Pat'e Palo. It is on the expensive side for Santo Domingo, but very good food.

    I have never had an issue with authentic Viagra or Sildenafil in DR. Easy to buy, and very cheap especially the generic. There are places where you can buy a few dozen Sildenafil pills for something like $30-$40. I bought 96 from Sosua last year, and still have half. Have not faced a situation where it hasn't worked for me.

  5. #11899
    Quote Originally Posted by Frannie  [View Original Post]
    No he is trying to say that the local brand of generic sildenafil (the ingredient in the brand name Viagra) is LaPela, so the information is basically correct. There are also other brands available in the DR. But if you ask for generic sildenafil or tadalafil, you should be sure to get the right stuff. I would not buy from guys in the street, because they just buy the cheap generics and then sell them on to you for ten times the price. You can get them in any pharmacy and there are many pharmacies.
    I have had real mixed reviews with Viagra and its generic version Sidenafil in the DR.

    I have bought Real Viagra there for around $12 a pill and it was real but Manufactured in Mexico. I found it didn't work or barely worked. I Have also bought Generics for a few dollars a piece that didn't work at all.

    Then I bought some of the real cheap sildenafil at a pharmacy (Forget which one) for about. 25 cents a piece and the thing worked like a champ. Just a crap shoot I guess what you get down there and its overall efectiveness compared to other countries.

  6. #11898

    Airbnb

    Quote Originally Posted by BoricuaOnline  [View Original Post]
    Check the airbnb website. There are hundreds of short and long term house and apartments for rent available.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jack555  [View Original Post]
    Hi,

    I've been lurking for a while, and it seems like most guys stay in chica friendly hotels in Santo Domingo. I want to go there for 2-3 months so I think an apartment would be better for me (cheaper, more amenities). With kitchen, WiFi, washer, dryer, AC. Any ideas where to find such an apt? Thanks in advance to anyone with intel on the subject.
    I would recommend to check the apartment amenities and reviews carefully. Make sure apartment has everything you need. I rented an apartment for a week on malecon and it was really bad. The internet did not work and the lady in charge of apartment was in no hurry to fix it. It was right on malecon and extremely noisy 24/7 and I had difficulty to sleep. Ask the owner all the questions before you make the commitment. You can not cancel after you pay. They have cancellation policy but it is not practical and you get stuck with the apartment.

  7. #11897
    Conclusion.

    I love this area for the restaurant options alone and the lodging options are more than acceptable also. The area is comfortable for many extranjeros because many people speak English due to it being a tourist area.

    I walked around at night but I was very aware of my surroundings at no point did I feel unsafe and there was an occasional police presence in the area. I will definitely return to check out some of the hotel options that I have yet to experience.
    Gazcue is my center of operations everytime I visit Santo Domingo. I prefer it over Zona Colonial. A few comments about your report: Bodega Independencia, I got a girl from there once, it was a good experience.

    Sometimes there are girls on Danae street around the small hotels of the area.

    Behind Manolos there is a restaurant that is a must visit for tourists: El Conuco. La Cadena is a supermarket that is just a block away from El Conuco. One block east and you will find Louis Philiphe restaurant with 100 pesos lunch special, it is just steps from Hostal San francisco de Asis. A couple of blocks north in Pasteur and Delgado there is a money exchange house in front of a Pizza Hut.

    Streetgirls sometimes use parkings of places as for example the university college next to Sheraton hotel for short term sex. Security guard let the girls use the area for 100 pesos per client.

    Touts are sometimes annoying but they are not dangerous, they once were very helpful and with me trying to find my cousin. I got drunk and went out of Pure for a 500 pesos blowjob, I left him with two ladies that were mad because I just leave without them.

    Manolos and Riazor hotel are owned by the same people, you get a free breakfast on Manolos with your stay on Riazor.

  8. #11896
    Quote Originally Posted by Jack555  [View Original Post]
    Gentlemen, is Viagra (and its generic brands) available in Santo Domingo pharmacies without a prescription? What's the price for the generics?

    Thanks
    It is available on pharmacies, supermarkets, gas stations, restaurants, bars, some hotels, almost everywhere except in the church. The time I visited the cathedral there were none for sale.

  9. #11895

    Great Report

    Quote Originally Posted by Camaro1257  [View Original Post]
    Camaro's overview of Gazcue May 2015.

    Although I live in Puerto Plata now I found airfares to be less expensive flying into Santo Domingo, therefore I will be spending more time there before and after my trips. Recently I spent some time in Gazcue and I would like to submit this report for your review. Gazcue is one of the oldest sectors of Santo Domingo and is considered to be a tourist area where you can find many extranjeros. The area has several hotels modern & old apartments along with residential dwellings. This part of Santo Domingo reminded me of Poblado in Medellin, Milflores in Lima Peru and Recoletta in Buenas Aires Argentina. The area is also known for its high end casa de citas along with streetwalkers.

    This report will not be a comprehensive view of the entire area of Gazcue it will simply cover the area from Avenida George Washington, Avenida Pasture and Avenida Indepencia.

    Avenida George Washington.

    Avenida George Washington travels east and west on the south side of the city providing a view of the Carribean Sea. At the intersecton of Avenida George Washington and Avenida Pasture there is the following:

    Torre Veirmar Apartments.

    Torre Veirmar Apartments are private residences the property appears to be relatively new with contemporary designs.

    Crown Plaza Hotel.

    The Crown Plaza Santo Domingo is a high end hotel at the corner that faces Avenida George Washington.

    Avenida Pasture.

    Avenida Pasture travels north from Avenida George Washington to Avenida Indepencia.

    Casa de Citas.

    Sky High Lounge.

    Bar LA21.

    Hotel Shakey (Apartments).

    Hotel Shakey Aparthotel is on Avenida Pasture just off Avenida George Washington. Some of the rooms have an ocean view and others have a city view. The ocean view rooms are more expensive but overall the room are very nice.

    The receptionist walks you to your room but does not help with the bags. When you walk in there is a living room and dining room area to your left a small kitchenette with a gas stove and refrigerator. You continue to find a guest bathroom without a shower the master bedroom with a queen size bed closet and flat screen television. There is also a master bath with shower etc.

    The apartment is very clean and most everything has an egg shell neutral color. The TV and cable work well but I had connection problems with the WIFI so I used my Orange hotspot. The other complaint I had was there was no microwave which is very important for heating left overs but asi es la vida.

    My intention is to visit different hotels on my Santo Domingo excursions but I can readily see getting stuck in the place on more than one trip.

    Hotel Mystic.

    Hotel Mystic is on the same side of the street as Hotel Shakey. I have never stayed there but it is reported to be a great chica friendly hotel option for less than $50.00 a night. I will try to investigate further on one of my next Santo Domingo excursions.

    Avenida Indepencia.

    Avenida Indepencia travels east west parallel with Avenida George Washington to the south connected by Avenida Pasture which travels north south.

    Manolo's Restaurante.

    Manolo's is on Avenida Indepencia west of Avenida Pasture. I did not eat at Manolo's this trip but in the past the food and the staff was great. This open air venue provides a great place to people watch and the food is nothing short of fantastic.

    Hotel Riazor.

    Hotel Riazor is on the same side of the street as Manolo's Restaurante. I have never stayed there but I have heard some good reviews so it will be on my radar for future trips.

    Club 305 Hotel.

    Club 305 Hotel is a high end casa de cita on the same side of the street as Manolo's restaurant east of Avenida Pasture. I chose not to spend 4000 pesos and hour this trip.

    Bodega Indepencia.

    Bodega Indepencia is a colmado that sells alcohol and refreshments. It is on the same side of the street as Club 305. There are tables and chairs outside and it is a local hangout for people in the area. There are reportedly freelancers available during different times of the week especially during the weekends.

    Villas Hnos.

    At the intersection of Avenida Indepencia and Avenida Pasture is a staple of Gazcue. Villas Hnos has a cafeteria style restaurant a bakery and a separate outdoor caf next to the cafeteria. The cafeteria provides modestly prices food and is almost always busy any time of day.

    The caf is more upscale than the cafeteria and is an outdoor venue with a very classy vibe and efficient wait staff. I would consider it a 4 star restaurant and if you are not careful you can spend 1500 pesos easy for dinner however the food is great.

    Hotel Duque Wellington.

    Hotel Duque Wellington is next door to Villas Hnos caf and appears to be an obscure small time hotel. I did not visit but perhaps I will investigate further in the future.

    Navarro Hotel & Restaurant.

    The Navarro Hotel Restaurant is on the same side of the street as Hotel Duque Wellington. I used the hotel as a short time venue about 2 years ago and I was not impressed with the towels and small rooms. I may visit again in the future to see if anything has changed. I have not eaten at the restaurant so I cannot comment.

    Closing thoughts.

    I saw freelance street walkers during my stay but since I was preoccupied I did not partake. They usually walk or stand in the area of Avenida Indepencia between Malolo's and the Navarro Hotel as well as congregate at the Bodega.

    My major complaint is because this a major tourist area there are many touts trying to get paid. If you hear someone say "hey my fren" trust me he wants to get paid for being an unofficial guide so to speak. I find them more annoying than harmful. They could be trying to rob you instead for the most part they are street hustlers who can help you find anything you want if you know what I mean.

    Conclusion.

    I love this area for the restaurant options alone and the lodging options are more than acceptable also. The area is comfortable for many extranjeros because many people speak English due to it being a tourist area.

    I walked around at night but I was very aware of my surroundings at no point did I feel unsafe and there was an occasional police presence in the area. I will definitely return to check out some of the hotel options that I have yet to experience.
    Thanks for all the good info, I have been in POP and Sosua several times but not SD, booked for a trip in August to SD.

  10. #11894
    Quote Originally Posted by Manizales911  [View Original Post]
    Incorrect. The generic name for Cialis is Tadalafil and the generic name for Viagra is Sildenafil.
    Yes, I know, but in pharmacies in Santo Domingo, they sell generic versions of these pills under the names I gave. I had assumed the poster either already knew the drug name or would be able to look it up, if he was interested. What I was attempting to do, was to give him useful information. I didn't realize I violated the intended use of the board by trying to be helpful.

  11. #11893
    Quote Originally Posted by Manizales911  [View Original Post]
    Incorrect. The generic name for Cialis is Tadalafil and the generic name for Viagra is Sildenafil.
    No he is trying to say that the local brand of generic sildenafil (the ingredient in the brand name Viagra) is LaPela, so the information is basically correct. There are also other brands available in the DR. But if you ask for generic sildenafil or tadalafil, you should be sure to get the right stuff. I would not buy from guys in the street, because they just buy the cheap generics and then sell them on to you for ten times the price. You can get them in any pharmacy and there are many pharmacies.

  12. #11892
    Quote Originally Posted by JjBee62  [View Original Post]
    Yes. You can get it at any pharmacy. The generic for Cialis is called Mambo and coats 20 pesos each pill. I believe the generic Viagra is called La Pela and should be about the same price. I'm not certain what the cost for 5 he brand name versions are. I believe there's another generic ED pill called Elevex or something similar, but I don't know what it is generic of.

    You will also find lots of men walking around selling blue pills, but I wouldn't recommend buying them.

    I'm not certain what all is available without a prescription there, but I know the ibuprofen they sell is the 800 MG stuff.
    Yes, the usual price for Ibuprofen generic seems to be 10 or 11 pesos per pill. Sometimes they are sold in small envelopes of two pills of 800 mgs each and it is not very clear what dose you are getting from the packaging on the envelope.

    The maximum recommended daily dose is 2400 mgs (3 pills). The 400 mgs and 800 mgs pills require a prescription in the US, but you can buy a bottle of 500 pills of 200mgs over the counter. Go figure.

    Just out of interest (maybe to some) recently I saw a private orthopedic surgeon in Puerto Plata. I had a shot of cortisone in the shoulder and he also gave me 15 dexamethasone (steroid) pills wrapped in a piece of paper with prescription instructions handwritten on it for 3000 pesos. So the cost of the visit is about the same as I would have paid with insurance in the US for a copayment of $40 for a consult plus a prescription fee for the tablets. Or close to the same price. No appointment necessary and I was seen 10 minutes after I walked in at around 8:45 am.

  13. #11891
    Quote Originally Posted by JjBee62  [View Original Post]
    Yes. You can get it at any pharmacy. The generic for Cialis is called Mambo and coats 20 pesos each pill. I believe the generic Viagra is called La Pela and should be about the same price. I'm not certain what the cost for 5 he brand name versions are. I believe there's another generic ED pill called Elevex or something similar, but I don't know what it is generic of.

    You will also find lots of men walking around selling blue pills, but I wouldn't recommend buying them.

    I'm not certain what all is available without a prescription there, but I know the ibuprofen they sell is the 800 MG stuff.
    Incorrect. The generic name for Cialis is Tadalafil and the generic name for Viagra is Sildenafil.

  14. #11890
    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    Maybe I don't understand. It's not breaking up to say goodbye I will see you later. I am going out to hang with friends or do my own thing now.
    Who breaks up with a chica? Give her the money and show her the door. If you want to let her down gently throw in some pesos for a motoconcho.

  15. #11889
    Quote Originally Posted by Jack555  [View Original Post]
    Gentlemen, is Viagra (and its generic brands) available in Santo Domingo pharmacies without a prescription? What's the price for the generics?

    Thanks
    Yes. You can get it at any pharmacy. The generic for Cialis is called Mambo and coats 20 pesos each pill. I believe the generic Viagra is called La Pela and should be about the same price. I'm not certain what the cost for 5 he brand name versions are. I believe there's another generic ED pill called Elevex or something similar, but I don't know what it is generic of.

    You will also find lots of men walking around selling blue pills, but I wouldn't recommend buying them.

    I'm not certain what all is available without a prescription there, but I know the ibuprofen they sell is the 800 MG stuff.

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