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Home Travel Guide Scrapbook Scrapbook Casa de Campo - Dominican Republic

Casa de Campo - Dominican Republic

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Mi Familia en Paraiso
...from the journals of CW Bryant.

 

The Colonial District in Santo Domingo is full of great architecture,
statues, and museums. Find out why this guy is pointing and
who he is. It's all in CW's Journal.

 

 

Then take a look at modern Santo Domingo. It's pretty amazing!

 

The resort of Casa de Campo is on the southeastern coast
of the Dominican Republic and it overlooks the Caribbean Sea.

 

Check out our villa, this is just the lanai! Meet Anna, she's
one cool lady. Mom and I cruised the resort in our
 touring car and I got to drive.

 

 

What a shot! It's the famous Teeth of the Dog golf course.
And, what a catch! Andres and Daniel know just where to fish.

 

 

Roberto guided us through sugar cane fields to Cacata Village on
horseback. And Luis showed us the Chavon River by kayak.

 

 

We learned how to jump horses with Jose and
how to shoot clays with Omar.

 

 

From Minitas Beach to Catalina Island--there's lots of play
on the beach and in the water.

 

 

Find views, a Grecian-style amphitheater, Taino Indians, even a
chapel blessed by the Pope at this fun artist village. Read about
Altos de Chavon in CW's Journal!"


Travel with CW to the Dominican Republic. 
Find his adventure in the Summer '01 issue...


>>Read Article>>

 

Where is Alyx?


Alyx is near the 10,677-ft elevation of this Ski Resort offering awesome views and super ski slopes. Where is she? Click here to find out.

Tips, Tricks & Tactics

Camping the Great Outdoors
...ideas to consider

   "Since that first camping trip, all of our trips have been only partially planned, with itineraries set more as ideas than as fixed schedules.  We usually take each day one at a time, and do whatever feels right for that particular day.  Slowing down to smell the roses has never been so sweet as when we travel with our two kids!"  -- David, Westminster, MD

 Take it from David, there's a time to plan and a time to take one day at a time.

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