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  1. #11
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    Hi,
    I'm a new member coming to the dominican republic with my girlfriend
    next week. We are going to hike through the country for two weeks and we were planning to stay a night at this hotel on the 1st of september.
    I guess it's not ready yet..
    Does anyone know another budget friendly hotel for us?

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    el cortecito inn on opposite side of the street of the posada
    50/60 usd

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    right,
    actually $60.- per night per room including a breakfast by the pool.
    Mike

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    La Posada de Piedra is about as basic as you can get--nice people though. If you really want to walk out onto the sand beach, this is the place.

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    I was fortunate enough to enjoy a couple Cuba Libres (best I have had in Bavaro...I might add!!), just before they closed to renovate. I drop by from time to time to see if they have reopened, but the boards are still up and the appearance continues to be rejuevenated.

    Once reopened...this will probably become my first choice for a relaxing beverage at the end of the day...what ever hour that might be!

    Cheers

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    oh Yes,
    with one of my offices right in front even including a little bar for stepping in customers, i will sure be present there on regular bases, too.
    i always liked the flair of the spot,
    the renovations look like coming to an end soon, floors and walls are finished, all in natural stone styled, looks great.
    Mike

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    I just stopped by the place which used to be "La Posada de Piedra" and met the new Argentinian owner who is getting ready to open a little restaurant and an art gallery.
    He told me that he bought the place and that the old owners have left the country in February this year.

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    thanks for the Info Mido.
    i passed by there on a beach stroll with my son on saturday, they build up a bar on the beach side, it looks really nice.
    if they provide a wireless over there it may get a new fav spot for myself to hang out there.
    Mike

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