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Comment from: James [Visitor]
I've read this same stuff for 20 years about this place. Any one got some original thoughts about Casa de Campo?
04/08/13 @ 06:16
Comment from: Nina [Visitor]
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Don't think so, James. The last "original" thing Casa de Campo did was probably to create the unique Altos de Chavon, and that was over 20 years ago. Other than make it more convenient to get there (constructing a great local airport, adding the Marina so you can boat in, and supporting the building of better roads), I'd say what the management has done since was add to and improve on what was already there, following the same fundamental vision. Fine with me, too. I loved it the first time I was there (1977), still do and good riddance to the lousy drive from Santo Domingo.
06/22/13 @ 12:50

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