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Trip Report DAY 14 - PRE LAST DOMINICANA DAY, STEAK HOUSE

Hello!

Day 14! Before last day of our trip.
DAY 14 - PRE LAST DOMINICANA DAY, STEAK HOUSE
We enjoyed it the last minutes in the Dominican Republic to complete. The whole day went. Yes, there is, in principle, the whole day went vacation. And like always it seems that the time to go home, and even desirable, but as soon as you start to collect the suitcases become like that is sad. The journey is coming to its logical conclusion.
As befits a hold before deadline day, we spent it on the beach with morning until night. In the evening we had the last A-la-carte restaurant Steak House. To be honest we do not really like it there. Either they do not know how to do steaks or their meat such as we are accustomed to. Although I have heard a lot about their meat, it is very clear and that their cattle are not fed any chemicals. But again, it's all rumors Dominican meat. In short in the Dominican Republic it is not necessary to go to a steak a la carte restaurants.
Enjoy watching

www.youtube.com/watch?v=HeRGMyUhuDY

To be continued…

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