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Trip List by Lara120

Things To Do and Places To Go

May 12, 2006  My travels
2.5 of 5 stars based on 1 vote

Places I've been where I've been really impressed with what I got for my money.

  • Explore locations featured in this Trip List: Warwick, Punta Cana
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  • 1. Warwick Castle
    Warwick Castle, Warwick, Warwickshire

    Historically accurate rebuilt, refurbished castle which existed between 1100 - 1600. Some of the original castle is still present. You can walk through all of the rooms, the dungeons. All rooms have furnishings, set up to look lived in. Not currently occupied though - it's a historical site. You can easily spend 3-4 hours there. Well worth the money. And Stratford-Upon-Avon is only 15 minutes away.

  • 2. Sunscape The Beach Punta Cana
    Dreams Punta Cana Resort & Spa, Punta Cana, La Altagracia Province
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    Avg price: $424

    One of the best all-inclusive trips I have ever been on. The staff were friendly and helpful, the food was fabulous, more than enough selection for even the pickiest eaters. 4 restaurants to choose from, but the buffet always has great food available if you don't want to try the other places. Nice beach, great pool, entertainment was a bit weak - they're still pretty new. but you can tell the staff enjoy their jobs. The day trips sound great. We only went to Saona Island - well worth the money, the beach there is white and soft. The water a brilliant blue. Take money if you go to Saona - they have vendors there, though I don't suggest you buy the cigars - very pricey. The vendors will bargain with you wherever you go - you can even trade goods with some of them if you don't want to spend money. I brought makeup and nailpolish, pantyhose, colouring stuff for kids, feminine products, toothpaste etc. and was able to trade those for some really nice artwork.

  • 3. St Jacob's Market, St Jacob's, Ontario, canada
    http://www.stjacobs.com

    Sitting between St Jacobs and Waterloo, Ontario is a nice sized indoor and open air market. Open Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays during the summer, there are about 200 vendors selling everything from fresh food to baked goods to clothing, baggage, jewellry and accessories. Most are well priced and have a huge selection. It can take up to 3 hours to wander through the market. Next to the market is an outlet mall, which has a few good deals, especially the Cambridge Towel outlet. And just up the street is the small village of St Jacobs, where you can find some nice boutiques alongside a blacksmiths, a glass blowing store, and other interesting things.