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  1. #1285

    Palmetto Hotel

    I was checking the Booking. Com site for hotels and noticed that there is a new hotel, Palmetto, with good reviews (grain of salt always recommended). Has anyone any experiences of this hotel. May be worth staying before the cucarachas take over. The price is some USD 50 per night.

  2. #1284
    Quote Originally Posted by FuckAfMedDig  [View Original Post]
    He took me to ATM, then to a casino with GDPS for me to inspect, then on to a boate w gdps where he waited.
    Most in this thread will not know what a boate (bar/nightclub) or GDP (garota de programa - hooker) is since this is Spanish-speaking DR and not Portuguese-speaking Brazil. Good to see that you finally made it to DR.

  3. #1283

    Santiago maiden voyage

    Landed today-1st time in DR from NY easy flight w Delta though not cheap.

    After the Nazi customs fingerprint taking, fee paying and what not greeted by my pretty non-pro from Macoris and her 2 sisters! Loool.

    Security.

    Dinner at some cowboy spot and at a funky bar after.

    She's coming to Almirante tomorrow daytime to get served some gringo cockerspaniel.

    I paid for food.

    When I got to the hotel at 01 AM I asked reception to call cab to take me to cash point and further into the night.

    He took me to ATM, then to a casino with GDPS for me to inspect, then on to a boate w gdps where he waited.

    I took a girl 2500 pesos and we jumped into my cab and he took me to cabana where we had a crazy time. Once I got her fired up she was every bit as crazy in bed as Brazilians and I'm a Rio vet.

    She was a latina / negra who sucked a mean one and let me do it all. CIM etc spent about 2. 5 hours with girl then I was tired and jumped into the waiting cab and he took me to Almirante.

    I gave him 800 and Cabana was 500.

    About 100 $ US in total.

    Good first night.

    I have 7 non-pros lined up in SD so will go there Saturday but will also check casas. Which knock shops / Boates w take out / in-house are poppin in SD fellas?

    Sorry I know its Santiago thread.

    Not bad at all here. Could get used to it. Its 3 hours from NYC. If one only has limited time its a win win it seems.

  4. #1282
    Quote Originally Posted by BrotherP  [View Original Post]
    Took Caribe Tours to Santiago after 2 days in sosua. IMO sosua is a looong way from 2012 or 13.2500 short time is the norm. Many chicas want to give covered bjs. I had a good time, but it took a little work.

    Anyway, stayed at the Jardines in a superior suite. Appx 60 $, breakfast included. No complaints. Hit plaza international for food. Some cuties. Checked out bella terra. Hit the car wash on Gomez Diaz. Some 8's. They can't leave till the bar closes. They can't even dance a bachata with you anymore. Crackdown I guess. Got numbers but not prices. Fine chicas in Gozamba. Didn't hit lovera or level because it wasnt the weekend. Ended up smashing a Facebook contact. Took effort but she was good. Gave her 2500. Ill definelty be back. Santiago has plenty of potential, but will never be easy. Any contacts would be appreciated. Be back soon!
    Brother P could you recommend any GF good hotels in Santiago? More for bringin few different non-pros. Gym, pool etc much appreciated bro.

  5. #1281
    This does not sound like it is walking distance from Platino. I suppose I could take a taxi but I was hoping to find something more convenient.

    Quote Originally Posted by FlbMac31  [View Original Post]
    You travel from Hotel Platino to Casino Matum will be on Estrella Sadhalla. There is a single traffic light on Autopista 1 where you will travel under the overpass to turn left up to Casino Matum. However, if you turn right at the traffic signal on Autopista there are always a number of SWs that hang around the sidewalk 50 ft past the turn. Just past the turnoff lane down to the university. If you miss the opportunity to pull up onto the curb and wait as they rush to your car, simply continue the mile down to the next traffic signal and you-turn back on the other side of the autopista as you return towards Casino Matum. They are on a constant walk from each side of the autopista access road. Good hunting.
    .

  6. #1280

    SWs near Platino

    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    There are no hookers near Platino. If you go up to Matum there may be 2 or 3 hanging around.
    You travel from Hotel Platino to Casino Matum will be on Estrella Sadhalla. There is a single traffic light on Autopista 1 where you will travel under the overpass to turn left up to Casino Matum. However, if you turn right at the traffic signal on Autopista there are always a number of SWs that hang around the sidewalk 50 ft past the turn. Just past the turnoff lane down to the university. If you miss the opportunity to pull up onto the curb and wait as they rush to your car, simply continue the mile down to the next traffic signal and you-turn back on the other side of the autopista as you return towards Casino Matum. They are on a constant walk from each side of the autopista access road. Good hunting.

  7. #1279
    There are no hookers near Platino. If you go up to Matum there may be 2 or 3 hanging around.

  8. #1278
    Quote Originally Posted by DCups  [View Original Post]
    Hi Nordico, I saw your post after my recent request (apologies). Was there any chica action at or near this hotel? Thanks.

    .
    I didn't see any, but I was traveling with a female friend, so I can't be sure.

  9. #1277
    Hi Nordico, I saw your post after my recent request (apologies). Was there any chica action at or near this hotel? Thanks.

    Quote Originally Posted by Nordico  [View Original Post]
    My posts are not in chronological order, just writing when it comes to my mind. Some might think that this kind of info is not relevant to the mongering, but I think small things are important to make a successful trip.

    Last week I stayed one night in hotel Platino. Didn't have any reservation and the hotel was quite full, so they charged me the full price.

    The hotel is much further away from the monumento and the bus stations than what I had figured. The hotel Matum is much closer to those places. The staff at the reception and the security guys are really nice. But the rooms not so much.

    - The executive room is very small and worn with queen size bed.

    - The superior executive room is the same, but with king size bed and even less space around it.

    - After seeing the executive superior I decided to take the suite. The suite was spacious and OK, but expensive. The price was more or less USD 100. Next time I will check out Matum or Hodelpa. The hotel had the worst breakfast of my trip..

  10. #1276

    Platino Hotel?

    Anyone stayed there? May book a trip there in late November / early December. Cheers.

  11. #1275

    Mon and Tues in Santiago

    Took Caribe Tours to Santiago after 2 days in sosua. IMO sosua is a looong way from 2012 or 13.2500 short time is the norm. Many chicas want to give covered bjs. I had a good time, but it took a little work.

    Anyway, stayed at the Jardines in a superior suite. Appx 60 $, breakfast included. No complaints. Hit plaza international for food. Some cuties. Checked out bella terra. Hit the car wash on Gomez Diaz. Some 8's. They can't leave till the bar closes. They can't even dance a bachata with you anymore. Crackdown I guess. Got numbers but not prices. Fine chicas in Gozamba. Didn't hit lovera or level because it wasnt the weekend. Ended up smashing a Facebook contact. Took effort but she was good. Gave her 2500. Ill definelty be back. Santiago has plenty of potential, but will never be easy. Any contacts would be appreciated. Be back soon!

  12. #1274
    Just walk around the monument and up the tower for a few hours, you can't miss it, especially the baseball player statues. Go at night and you will see some nice streetwalkers displaying their wares. There is also a great yet inexpensive restaraunt on the north side of the monument where the staff wear cowboy gear. The cabanas in Santiago are also supposed to be real nice if you have a date. I haven't been to the cabanas there but that's what I heard. Perhaps others can comment on that. Enjoy!

    Quote Originally Posted by Eszpresszo  [View Original Post]
    Thanks for your excellent response. I had noticed Santiago as a POE into the DR, thanks to some occasional cheap flights on Spirit. I was a bit put off by the late night arrival however, and realized that lodging or excessive nocturnal transport costs could eat into any perceived economy. Yes, I am a budget guy, and always appreciate tips on how to keep it affordable. From a tourist standpoint, is there anything else of interest in Santiago? I enjoy history quite a bit and really enjoyed walking the Zona Colonial in SD.
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  13. #1273
    Quote Originally Posted by Parkinsons  [View Original Post]
    Au contraire, Santiago is indeed very much a mongering destination.
    Thanks for your excellent response. I had noticed Santiago as a POE into the DR, thanks to some occasional cheap flights on Spirit. I was a bit put off by the late night arrival however, and realized that lodging or excessive nocturnal transport costs could eat into any perceived economy. Yes, I am a budget guy, and always appreciate tips on how to keep it affordable. From a tourist standpoint, is there anything else of interest in Santiago? I enjoy history quite a bit and really enjoyed walking the Zona Colonial in SD.

  14. #1272
    Quote Originally Posted by Eszpresszo  [View Original Post]
    Santiago doesn't sound like a mongering destination.
    Au contraire, Santiago is indeed very much a mongering destination. Don't let my previous report dissuade you. I just didn't choose to partake some of the options. In Santiago there are the street walkers; the carwashes like La Colonia and International Gozamba; and clubs like Passions. All within a reasonable distance. I think you're a budget guy like myself, and may not want to go everytime for the carwash girls (4000 pesos) or the Passions girls (5000 pesos). I don't think the carwash girls are worth it, however it can be argued that the Passions chicks are. On our last trip, out of all the places and women in Sosua, Santiago and SD, my friend still can't stop talking about the Passions chicks.

    Santiago trip report continues. So last week after I left Sosua, I stopped by Santiago again before continuing my way south to the capitol. I had decided not to stay at a hotel but randomly picked a cabana. I went to Venus on Avenida Rafael Vidal. I told the attendant I wanted to stay all night and I wanted to come and go as many times as I want. He said not a problem. For about a span of 12 hours he made me pay 2250 pesos up front. You know what? I may never stay at Platinos or Jardines or other hotels again. The rooms are generally bigger at the cabanas, more amenities (like stripper pole or sex swing), the AC always works, etc. In Venus' case, the bed is heavenly comfortable, the linens are of much higher quality than Platinos' or Jardines'.

    On this night I was to hook up with my civilian girl, so before she could finish putting kids to bed and be ready, I drove around a bit. This was on Sunday, the day before Independence Day. The parking lot of International carwash was completely packed. I continued onto La Colonia. More packed than usual, but not crazy. They had fully nude strippers dancing in the middle "stage", and when they finished, they would give guys lap dances (not sure how much). The two strippers I saw were both Venezolanas with their super fake tits, super fake asses and stomachs with every gram of fat liposuctioned out. I stayed a little then bounced.

  15. #1271

    Bank Card

    Quote Originally Posted by Parkinsons  [View Original Post]
    No, I flew in on Delta. I think Spirit flights arrive even later.

    The weird thing about Banc Reserves, it always worked with my Schwab card. I'm not sure what policy changed.
    I live in Santiago and use my Bank Of American VISA. It's a chip card too. I find almost all businesses I use are set up for chip transactions. As I understand the policy, if a chip is approved the bank covers the loss to the business. If it's not a chip card the business absorbs the transaction loss if not a valid card. Never had a problem. But would warn users to be sure to let your bank know in advance of your use of any bank card here in DR.

    I'm also going to put a plug into BoA's Travel Rewards card. I'm sure other banks have similar cards or offers. For me, I do all transactions on the card because there is no transaction fee OR any fee for currency exchange. And the exchange rate is usually better than you'll get here if a vendor tries to calculate the amount for you.

    I insist all transactions except Uber which is in dollars already be recorded in pesos to take advantage of the exchange rate benefit.

    Check it out.

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