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    Default Miches Attraction in NYTimes

    I don't recall seeing this anywhere here.....

    for the thrill seekers.....

    https://www.nytimes.com/2017/03/02/t...tionfront&_r=0

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    I want to go on that swing

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    They have about 6 or 7 swings up there. If you have never been its really a beautiful spot to check out. Naturally there is a fee to get a ride to the top. You can also drive yourself up but its pretty sketchy and there is still a fee.

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    My opinion is that Miches is a scruffy town. However it's surrounding areas, beaches, mountains, country side, are really the most unspoiled, most beautiful part of this country.

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    Montana Rotundra is not in Miches. Its 5 miles or so south. The Hotel Loma in Miches also has good views and it had a swing but not sure if it still does.

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    For those that are not familiars with the area, and are from North Coast, Santo Domingo or South West, faster way to get there is taking the road from El Seibo to Miches, will save you hours. Do not go over Punta Cana hightway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joe View Post
    My opinion is that Miches is a scruffy town. However it's surrounding areas, beaches, mountains, country side, are really the most unspoiled, most beautiful part of this country.
    That's going to change soon. Cisneros has big plans not just for the nearby beach, but also the town.

    Might want to listen after 1 minute and 50 seconds (you can put your cursor on the timeline and when you see that particular time, click on it).



    He doesn't say much of what his plan will do to the town, but I've seen the overview of the plan for the area and Miches will get a facelift.

    By the way, its interesting to see Mr. Bigio there (the bald guy on the left). I think the Bigio's is one of the billionaire families from Haiti, perhaps the richest of them all.
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    Tropicalia-Miches has been in the works for some time now.

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