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  1. #1155

    Transportation

    Hello gentlemen,

    I am in need of your assistance. Could someone provide me with information on transportation from the Santiago airport to Sosua? My cousin and I will be flying in on the 21st into Santiago at 5 am. Any information on reliable transportation will be helpful.

    Thank you.

  2. #1154

    Seeking UTR

    Quiet night and seeking UTR chica with excellent oral skills.

  3. #1153
    Not really if you like the hills, cooler weather and all that Santiago has to offer.

    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    That is kind of bassackwards.
    .

  4. #1152
    Quote Originally Posted by RikyRapido  [View Original Post]
    Twice I married a Filipina American. The only thing they think about is their status quo, their car is bigger, their house is bigger, their husband has more income, divorce a Filipina, you're fucked. These women are intelligent and shrewd, don't get screwed by one. Period.
    Well she makes way more money than him and like I said they have been living together for 18 years. So if it doesn't work out for them then nobody stands a chance.

  5. #1151

    Sorry to admit, but

    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    That is kind of bassackwards. Most people are trying to go from Santiago TO La Romana. A buddy of mine is getting married later this month at Dreams Resort in La Romana. He is Dominican American and she is Filipina American. They have been together 18 years. Don't know why they want to mess up a good thing.
    Twice I married a Filipina American. The only thing they think about is their status quo, their car is bigger, their house is bigger, their husband has more income, divorce a Filipina, you're fucked. These women are intelligent and shrewd, don't get screwed by one. Period.

  6. #1150
    Quote Originally Posted by DCups  [View Original Post]
    I have stayed here at the suggestion of my friend, Mr. T, and liked it. In October I will be taking a chica from La Romana to the hilltop Camp David Resort for a weekend of good sex, good food and good views.
    That is kind of bassackwards. Most people are trying to go from Santiago TO La Romana. A buddy of mine is getting married later this month at Dreams Resort in La Romana. He is Dominican American and she is Filipina American. They have been together 18 years. Don't know why they want to mess up a good thing.

  7. #1149

    Aloha del Sol

    Quote Originally Posted by Tempoecorto  [View Original Post]
    . My personal favorite is Hotel Aloha del sol on Calle de Sol (main drag)
    I have stayed here at the suggestion of my friend, Mr. T, and liked it. In October I will be taking a chica from La Romana to the hilltop Camp David Resort for a weekend of good sex, good food and good views.

  8. #1148
    Quote Originally Posted by FlbMac31  [View Original Post]
    Centro is in "downtown" and subject to the hustle of the city. I cannot vouch for security in the evenings or for parking if you are driving.
    I cannot think of any reason why el centro would pose a security risk. I walk those streets regularly and some much worse ones without ever facing an issue even at very late night. Of course I am a dark skinned guy and so may not stand out as a "potential". The beauty of the center is evident during daytime, people and shopping all around what with McD and Pizza Hut right there should one get bored with local fare. My personal favorite is Hotel Aloha del sol on Calle de Sol (main drag) also because it should be cheaper than Hodelpa and has their own parking spots as should Hodelpa centro.

    The second Hodelpa is far out in the boondocks, next to the airport best for the airline staff. The Almirante is definitely a different class (and obscenely pricey in a place where average people make 6-8 K pesos a month) but is terrible location-wise, with a busy traffic-jammed road smack in front. I am also bored by casinos but both the hotels on the main drag have casinos as well, should one fancy such stuff.

    http://www.alohasol.com/en/

  9. #1147

    Hodelpa

    Quote Originally Posted by Jooks  [View Original Post]
    Thanks for the detailed response! By "chica-friendly" I mean that the hotel will allow guests with a cedula. That's what I became accustomed to in SD and other areas of the DR.

    Are you recommending Hodelpa Gran Almirante over the centro location? I am traveling alone. Just 3 nights. And wanted to be near things.
    I have a personal like for Almirante but the rates can be high. Check the web carefully and even call ahead or email to see what special offers they may have.

    Centro is in "downtown" and subject to the hustle of the city. I cannot vouch for security in the evenings or for parking if you are driving. There is plenty of parking at Almirante.

    You have an advantage if you speak Spanish. I am probably at about a 30% testing level, so am comfortable taking the local conchos to get around.

    PM me with more details of your plans and I can offer more a more detailed response.

  10. #1146
    Quote Originally Posted by FlbMac31  [View Original Post]
    I live here in Santiago and have a preference for the Hodelpa brand. You need to be more clear about your request for chica friendly locations. I summise something has happened here in DR as the Hodelpa front desk clerks are meticulous about checking out the cedula or passport. I personally hate the practice but understand that the desk staff will hold the cedula or passport if there are any issues with a chica in your room. And it is also not uncommon if the chica comes to the front desk to request the card on departure the front desk will call the room and ask how you stay has been. You missing anything, any problems, etc. That means they will call the police and give the card to them if you don't accompany why our guest to the front desk or clear them. For overnight guests or a short visit from the casino girls, it's a great security practice. Since the girls don't want that their card withheld or given to the police, you can pretty much count on a nice time without any concerns.

    Now the practice can also be a hassle if you just happen to be traveling with a family member. My wife and daughter go berserk when they ask for their card because the practice makes them feel like the hotel sees them as a streetwalker.

    HOdelpa Gran Almirante is a favorite of the Hodelpa brand. It's a little pricey. Want to have a good show then go down to the lobby area and grab a seat before the casino opens. The chicas hang around the front door and in the lobby hoping someone will escort them into the casino. Free buffet and they can get a drink, negotiate some cash to gamble and can go through the guest only door at the back of the casino as there is often no cedula check ro required if security is not there. I always go through the front entrance, and if there are objections, well, adios.

    The girls in the lobby usually dress very elegantly in apparent expensive wardrobes. If you want to P4P you are going to be talking about a higher rate as expectations are usually an all-night party.

    For me when I want some discrete time, I just give the security guard at the front door a nice tip and ask if he has a suggestion. They know who the problem babies are and can keep you safe at a reasonable P4P rate.

    Smooth sailing and let us all know how it went.

    Cheers.
    Thanks for the detailed response! By "chica-friendly" I mean that the hotel will allow guests with a cedula. That's what I became accustomed to in SD and other areas of the DR.

    Are you recommending Hodelpa Gran Almirante over the centro location? I am traveling alone. Just 3 nights. And wanted to be near things.

  11. #1145
    Quote Originally Posted by Qualude  [View Original Post]
    It is chica friendly, you can just bring your guest straight to the room. Place is over priced IMHO.
    Thanks for the response. What hotel (s) do you recommend? I'm in the $100 range.

  12. #1144
    Quote Originally Posted by Jooks  [View Original Post]
    I like what I read about it, from Camaro and online. Does anyone know if it's chica-friendly?
    It is chica friendly, you can just bring your guest straight to the room. Place is over priced IMHO.

  13. #1143

    Hodelpa

    Quote Originally Posted by Jooks  [View Original Post]
    I like what I read about it, from Camaro and online. Does anyone know if it's chica-friendly?
    I live here in Santiago and have a preference for the Hodelpa brand. You need to be more clear about your request for chica friendly locations. I summise something has happened here in DR as the Hodelpa front desk clerks are meticulous about checking out the cedula or passport. I personally hate the practice but understand that the desk staff will hold the cedula or passport if there are any issues with a chica in your room. And it is also not uncommon if the chica comes to the front desk to request the card on departure the front desk will call the room and ask how you stay has been. You missing anything, any problems, etc. That means they will call the police and give the card to them if you don't accompany why our guest to the front desk or clear them. For overnight guests or a short visit from the casino girls, it's a great security practice. Since the girls don't want that their card withheld or given to the police, you can pretty much count on a nice time without any concerns.

    Now the practice can also be a hassle if you just happen to be traveling with a family member. My wife and daughter go berserk when they ask for their card because the practice makes them feel like the hotel sees them as a streetwalker.

    HOdelpa Gran Almirante is a favorite of the Hodelpa brand. It's a little pricey. Want to have a good show then go down to the lobby area and grab a seat before the casino opens. The chicas hang around the front door and in the lobby hoping someone will escort them into the casino. Free buffet and they can get a drink, negotiate some cash to gamble and can go through the guest only door at the back of the casino as there is often no cedula check ro required if security is not there. I always go through the front entrance, and if there are objections, well, adios.

    The girls in the lobby usually dress very elegantly in apparent expensive wardrobes. If you want to P4P you are going to be talking about a higher rate as expectations are usually an all-night party.

    For me when I want some discrete time, I just give the security guard at the front door a nice tip and ask if he has a suggestion. They know who the problem babies are and can keep you safe at a reasonable P4P rate.

    Smooth sailing and let us all know how it went.

    Cheers.

  14. #1142
    Quote Originally Posted by Jooks  [View Original Post]
    I like what I read about it, from Camaro and online. Does anyone know if it's chica-friendly?
    Hotelpa Caribe is friendly.

  15. #1141

    Hodelpa Hotel

    I like what I read about it, from Camaro and online. Does anyone know if it's chica-friendly?

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