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    Default Where to stay

    Hi

    I'm a SWM, 40s dont' speak spanish but am attempting to learn some basics and not particularly interested in all inclusives. I'm not a newbie traveler and have been to many places outside the U.S. Are there any recommendations? I want to relax, see some sights, maybe hang out on the beach, take a day trip or two. Will probably get involved with a lady or two and bring her back to the room, do the hotels allow that? I am intersted in hotels or apartments, will be there at least 2 weeks perhaps a month if I like it. Please elaborate as I would like as much info to assist in my decision.

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    Sosua/Hotel New Garden. $60 a night mas o menos with breakfast and all you have to do is point from your balcony (if you have a poolside room ) for your nightly companion.

    Beach is a 5 minute walk away and there are tour companies along the way to the beach. For a single guy that has little spanglish skills it is a no brainer. Google Sosua New Garden for the website.

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    Dear Lost:

    Do a little search on this site. There are at least 100 threads that answer all or part of your questions. You will have a good time no matter what...just keep your eyes open and one hand on your balls and the other your wallet!


    HB

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jumbo View Post
    Sosua/Hotel New Garden. $60 a night mas o menos with breakfast and all you have to do is point from your balcony (if you have a poolside room ) for your nightly companion.
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    Yeah if you want some of the most hardened whores on the entire island!!! New Garden is ok but Terra Linda is a quieter option without the hardened hookers in front of your room. just saying

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    What he said, Terra Linda is a bit more tranquilo, same great location! You can always visit The New Garden down the street to feed the street rats some cheese.

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    Many Luxurious Hotels are available in Sosua. You can stay there with your lady.

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    Hey MountainAnnie if your going to dislike every response in a thread maybe you could share some of your knowledge on the above discussion or just keep it moving and go grace some other threads with your wisdom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badpiece33 View Post
    Hey MountainAnnie if your going to dislike every response in a thread maybe you could share some of your knowledge on the above discussion or just keep it moving and go grace some other threads with your wisdom.
    I think the pharmacy ran out of her meds, try the ignore function, it works wonders!

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    Is the Coco Hotel within walking distance of bars and things to see or is it somewhat remote? Thanks

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