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Santo Domingo. Great food, Awesome sites, Wonderful People

Santo Domingo is the capital of the Dominican Republic and one of the Caribbean’s oldest cities. Its walled, cobblestone historic core, the Zona Colonial, has buildings that date to the 1500s, including the cathedral, which was the first built in the New World. The people in Santo Domingo are just wonderful and always eager to […]

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Puerto Rico is open for business.

The Puerto Rico Tourism Company issued a statement on Tuesday announcing that the island is open for tourism and by the looks of it, this is statement is 100 % accurate. Despite the recent devastation caused by hurricane Maria, the island of Puerto Rico is slowly rebuilding and tourism on the island is no exception. […]

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Sandals Montego Bay

An upbeat resort on Jamaica’s best Private Beach. There is nothing like a true original. Which is why everyone falls in love with the very first Sandals Resort. Sandals Montego Bay is conveniently located minutes from the airport, this beach retreat is set along Jamaica’s largest private white-sand beach. You’ll find a maze of manicured […]

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The Solace by the Sea opens in Ponce Puerto Rico

The town of Ponce Puerto Rico just added 102 hotel rooms thanks to the opening of a new hotel, Solace by the Sea. Located on the property of the former Quality Inn, the renovated space was the first hotel in southern Puerto Rico to open their doors after Hurricane Maria. Solace by the Sea is […]

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MyPark parking services arrives in Puerto Rico

Finding parking in metropolitan cities can be very challenging. Puerto Rico is no different. If you have ever been to San Juan, you know how hard it is to find parking, especially at malls. There is a new product in the market that may help. It’s called My Park. My Park allows its users to […]

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GeeFi – Unlimited 4G Internet World Wide, Great for Travelers

As a frequent traveler, one of my biggest pet peeves is not being able to connect on line. Every day more and more airports are deciding to charge travelers an arm and a leg for a few hours of connectivity. If you are like me, I don’t always stay at high end name brand hotels. […]

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5 Great Travel Bags for Men – Under $ 100

Packing for a trip can be a real pain. Whether you are going on a week long trip or just a quick weekend in Puerto Rico with the boys it’s important you know what to pack. It’s equally important to know what travel bag is right for you. It’s not only important to select a […]

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