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    I bought an apt in urbanization real early this year ...and I must say I find the area day and night very quiet and still close to everything

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garyexpat View Post
    I am sure I missed some other potential
    problem areas but it's a start.Good Luck!
    Dogs and sometimes cats.

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    That would depend on your budget, but if I were to live there and didn't wanted to have a car and still be able to do all my things like grocery shopping
    and stuffs like I would live in the colonial zone, because it is very Bohemian and you get to meet all kinds of people there. The other areas
    unless that you have a car is a pain in the neck to libe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CristoRey View Post
    Dogs and sometimes cats.
    I forgot Roosters my ex nemesis. I had to buy ear plugs at one point when living in Sosua plus most places my son and his family have lived in the capitol.
    I was never a fan of the cock fights until those bastards kept me awake nights.

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    Haha I remember living in La Vega, all the neighbours had roosters...horrible, one starts and Ya tu sabes..

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    Quote Originally Posted by SEO View Post
    I'll be working from home that means I cannot have any kind of noise because I'm doing a lot of audio production/ how is the noise in the area i mention just curious .
    Making porno movies?

    Just curious

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    I lived in the Capital for 3 yrs at first i loved it because it had everything.. but than the traffic,noise , and crime, too many people just got to me. I move out east about a month ago so far I love it no traffic. When i need excitement I will take a ride into the capital . For your budget you can live any where you want....I would look for a place with cameras , door man.

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    Noise an issue? Forget the capital. Rent in New Juan Dolio Monday to Friday you can hear a pin drop. For that price right on the beach. Do primary shopping in San Pedro de Macoris. Electricity excellent, internet, cable. You will get a lot of work done and your body and soul will thank you for it. 45mins away from Santo Domingo, 45USD by Taxi in most of the time you get there in 35mins. If you have location options you can think out of the box.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Boots View Post
    Noise an issue? Forget the capital. Rent in New Juan Dolio Monday to Friday you can hear a pin drop. For that price right on the beach. Do primary shopping in San Pedro de Macoris. Electricity excellent, internet, cable. You will get a lot of work done and your body and soul will thank you for it. 45mins away from Santo Domingo, 45USD by Taxi in most of the time you get there in 35mins. If you have location options you can think out of the box.
    Where exactly does old Juan Dolio meet New Juan Dolio?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CNSIERRA View Post
    That would depend on your budget, but if I were to live there and didn't wanted to have a car and still be able to do all my things like grocery shopping
    and stuffs like I would live in the colonial zone, because it is very Bohemian and you get to meet all kinds of people there. The other areas
    unless that you have a car is a pain in the neck to libe.
    ...sounds like most of NEW YORK CITY.........

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