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Sandra Scott Travels: Stroll Through The History of Santo Domingo

Santo Domingo, the capital and largest city in the Dominican Republic, is the oldest continuously inhabited European settlement in the Americas and the first seat of Spanish colonial rule in the New World. The city’s Colonial Zone is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Many people go to resorts in the Dominican Republic but I think every trip to the DR should include a few days in the historic area of the city. […]

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Sandra Scott Travels: For A Great Vacation, Rent A House

Hotels are too expensive, to my way of thinking, if a family of more than four wants to get away together. My sons and their families, eight of us, rented an entire house with a pool on the beach on Nicaragua’s Pacific Coast. Granted the airfare can be expensive but once in Nicaragua things are less expensive.

At first glance the house rental for two weeks may seem expensive but not when divided by eight. […]

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Sandra Scott Travels: Explore Castles Galore Along The Rhine

The Rhine River is one of Europe’s busiest rivers and for tourists one of the main Rhine attractions is the castles. There are more than 40 castles on the Rhine many of which are now hotels, restaurants, and museums. There are a lot of castles for sale some of which are around $300,000 USD. There are some that cost even less but most of the costs start after it is purchased. […]

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Sandra Scott Travels: Paraguay, A Perfect Place to Visit

Paraguay is a landlocked country between Argentina, Brazil, and Bolivia in the heart of the South American continent. The little-visited, little-known country is too often passed over by travelers who wrongly assume that a lack of mega-attractions means there’s nothing to see. However, it’s ideal for those keen to get off the gringo trail for a truly authentic South American experience. […]