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I highly recommend that you walk the colonial zone tour. There will be people that come up and try to sell you a tour that they guide you through, but you do not need them. There are signs that tell you exactly where to go...More
Tuesday 16th April and we walked along this old street as part of our tour of the Old Colonial City. Our Guide informed us that this was the first paved street in the Americas.
The street starts at eastern end of Calle El Conde* and...More
If you're there in Colonial SD, which I recommend with 5stars, of course you walk all the major streets. This is one of the best of the streets; full of fine buildings, and an easy stroll. You have to keep reminding yourself that you are...More
First paved street in all the America’s. The ladies used to get dressed up and walk the street to show off their new outfits.This is in the 1500’s! So much rich history in this area and so much to see.
Walking Calle Las Damas one feels like you are transported in time to the elegance of colonial Santo Domingo .
Historical buildings , including the awesome Cathedral , the oldest in the Amercas are beautifully maintained and are a pleasure to view . This is...More