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Beachside Meals at Playa Grande (Dominican Republic). 'After an afternoon spent sun worshipping and body boarding in this beach’s warm waters, nothing hits home like a made-toorder seafood meal served up on your towel. A feast of whole grilled fish, rice and beans, accompanied by mixed cocktails, is good value.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/dominican-republic

Lago Enriquillo (Dominican Republic). 'Toward the border with Haiti you’ll find Lago Enriquillo, an inland sea and remnant of the strait that once bisected the island from Barahona to Port-au-Prince. Several hundred crocodiles call the lake home, and everywhere you’ll see rocks of fossilized coral. In the middle of the lake is Isla Cabritos, a national park where iguanas and cacti, as well as other endemic flora and fauna thrive.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/dominican-republic

White-Water Rafting (Dominican Republic). 'The Caribbean’s only raftable river, the Río Yaque del Norte in the central highlands, is tailor-made for those looking to recharge their batteries after too much sun and sand. Short but intense series of rapids will get the adrenaline going, as will a spill in the cold roiling river.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/dominican-republic

Leisurely Las Galeras (Dominican Republic). 'This sleepy fishing village at the far eastern end of the Península de Samaná is an escape from your getaway. Fewer tourists and therefore less development means that the area around Las Galeras includes some of the more scenic locales in all the DR. For at least one sunset, venture out to Restaurant El Cabito, where you might glimpse migrating whales, and dolphins.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/dominican-republic/peninsula-de-samana/las-galeras

Hot water springs at Grutas de Tolantongo, Hidalgo, Mexico (by Luisus Rasilvi).

La Catedral de Santo Domingo de la Calzada está situada en la villa de Santo Domingo de la Calzada, España. El templo fue declarado Monumento Nacional el 3 de junio de 1931.

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