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JoeyInNY

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Anyone know Los Alcarrizos neighborhood in SDQ?
« on: October 29, 2020, 12:41:05 PM »
I'm getting hit up by chicas on D.C. and a lot are from that area. Anyone been there or know anything about it? I've been all over Santiago and Puerto Plata and feel comfortable there, but only know the malecon and zona colonial in SDQ.

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Re: Anyone know Los Alcarrizos neighborhood in SDQ?
« Reply #1 on: October 29, 2020, 07:01:37 PM »
It's just a regular hood in Santo Domingo, if you don't speak spanish and stand out like a sore thumb then just stay at the JW and have them come to you.


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Re: Anyone know Los Alcarrizos neighborhood in SDQ?
« Reply #2 on: October 31, 2020, 02:42:46 PM »
I'm getting hit up by chicas on D.C. and a lot are from that area. Anyone been there or know anything about it? I've been all over Santiago and Puerto Plata and feel comfortable there, but only know the malecon and zona colonial in SDQ.

Just stay in Piantini or El Colonel bro, Uber in SDQ is like $7 max, and that is high end.
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Re: Anyone know Los Alcarrizos neighborhood in SDQ?
« Reply #3 on: October 31, 2020, 05:02:22 PM »
That barrio is rough.  Always rule of thumb, you should be able to move by yourself within the barrio without the help of a chick.  You do not know that chicks reputation in the barrio.

This happened last week:
The incident occurred in the Juana Saltitopa sector of the Los Alcarrizos municipality when the defendants Riquilmi Mercado, 22 years old, and a companion of his, only identified as “Blondi”, arrived in a motor to 9th Street, around 10 : 00 at night, surprising several people who were in front of his home with their cell phones in their hands.

Without wasting time, the family enters the house in terror, managing to hide in one of the rooms, but Mrs. Marleny Pepén could only get to the living room of the house, and one of the assailants managed to reach her, who fired at her and forced hand over the cell phone. Someone raised the alarm and it is when a neighbor who is in the adjoining house with his family, including a girl who was watching television, comes out to see what is happening.

As in all dangerous situations, the first thing that is protected is minors, Franklin Emilio Batista was no exception, he grabbed his daughter Yubelkis Batista, 5 years old, to make sure she was safe, without imagining that she would become the shield for a bullet fired by the criminals to hit her directly in the head, taking her life instantly, the same projectile that hit him in the abdomen.

Riquilmi Mercado, 22, and a companion identified only as "Blondi" are accused of the incident.

Mercado was already arrested, said the police last night, while urging "Blondi" to surrender "through the appropriate channels. Both have police records for different crimes, but they walked the streets free, violating curfew rules and without fear of authority.

JoeyInNY

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Re: Anyone know Los Alcarrizos neighborhood in SDQ?
« Reply #4 on: October 31, 2020, 09:54:48 PM »
That is one sad story. My only interest in that barrio is to have a look around being the curious type that I am. I can pass for Dominican in looks but not accent. No desire to hang on the street or in a barrio bar with a chica, but I just like to see different places. I do find it odd that so many chicas posting on D.C. are from that area. Makes me wonder if it's known for brothels or hoe strolls.

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Re: Anyone know Los Alcarrizos neighborhood in SDQ?
« Reply #5 on: November 02, 2020, 09:29:26 AM »
Dude, that barrio is rough as hell.
Why would you even want to venture out there?? To each his own. Just tell the hoe to come over to your hotel and handle your business with her, no need to go to their hood. Trust me, they won't recognize you if they see you walking around at night or day, everybody knows everybody.
Just be careful, if you do.

JoeyInNY

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Re: Anyone know Los Alcarrizos neighborhood in SDQ?
« Reply #6 on: November 02, 2020, 10:58:03 AM »
Dude, that barrio is rough as hell.
Why would you even want to venture out there?? To each his own. Just tell the hoe to come over to your hotel and handle your business with her, no need to go to their hood. Trust me, they won't recognize you if they see you walking around at night or day, everybody knows everybody.
Just be careful, if you do.

I'm adventurous but not reckless so thanks for the intel. I always cab the chicas to me even if I do know the neighborhood, but I suppose it's best to be less curious sometimes.

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Re: Anyone know Los Alcarrizos neighborhood in SDQ?
« Reply #7 on: November 02, 2020, 11:22:05 AM »
Dude, that barrio is rough as hell.
Why would you even want to venture out there?? To each his own. Just tell the hoe to come over to your hotel and handle your business with her, no need to go to their hood. Trust me, they won't recognize you if they see you walking around at night or day, everybody knows everybody.
Just be careful, if you do.

I'm adventurous but not reckless so thanks for the intel. I always cab the chicas to me even if I do know the neighborhood, but I suppose it's best to be less curious sometimes.

You know, as someone who has been in some sketchy neighborhoods in the DR it ain't that bad.  Poor people aren't savages waiting to attack you the minute set foot in their neighborhood.  More often than not they try to make it seem as safe for you as possible.  My first trip to Rio, we stayed in really nice hotel and we were really nice to the doorman and he invited us to a house party in his neighborhood.  We had fun and people welcoming.  It was in Rocinha, one of the worst favelas, if not the worst, in Brazil.  Most of the shit that goes down in the DR against foreigners are in the "safe" places.  If you aren't comfortable then don't go but I have had some good times going to the chicks' houses.  Or you could just stay in Piantini.

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Re: Anyone know Los Alcarrizos neighborhood in SDQ?
« Reply #8 on: November 02, 2020, 11:27:13 AM »
https://dr1.com/wordpress/2020/11/02/abinader-in-los-alcarrizos-home-for-crime-victims-skylift-market-cemetery-and-accessroad/

President Luis Abinader visited Los Alcarrizos, a densely populated northern satellite district of the province of Santo Domingo.

He brought good news for the family that suffered the tragedy of the death of five-year old girl Yulensky Batista Cuevas who was outside her home when killed by a bullet shot fired by an assailant on Wednesday, 28 October 2020. Her father was also injured. The President announced the family would not have to wait for the four months for the state to provide the dwelling. He said he and Presidency Minister Lisandro Macarrulla would donate the home.

He announced efforts are underway in his government to upgrade the Police with more funding and technology. He called for the fugitive criminals, in this case, to turn themselves in.

Abinader was in Los Alcarrizos for two hours on Sunday afternoon. He toured the Los Alcarrizos Viejo municipal market, and promised the government would invest RD$26 million to make it better. He said the market was a priority in his government.

He said despite the budgetary limitations and the government to health, education and public safety, city mayors will also get backing so they can do their jobs efficiently.

President Abinader also visited the Vinicio Calventi Public Hospital and announced RD$100 million to complete its renovation.

He confirmed the government is going ahead with the second line of the Santo Domingo Cable Car that will connect Los Alcarrizos. The government has also contemplated the expansion of the Santo Domingo Metro to Los Alcarrizos. He said this would put an end to the traffic chaos in Los Alcarrizos.

He also promised that efforts will be accelerated to resolve the legal issues regarding the town cemetery.

President Abinader also announced the government is taking actions to complete the Nuevo Camino Expressway, an investment of RD$2 billion. The road was planned in 1996 but abandoned after thousands invaded where the road would have been.

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Re: Anyone know Los Alcarrizos neighborhood in SDQ?
« Reply #10 on: November 02, 2020, 12:35:32 PM »
Look bro,
Crime is everywhere, and so is fun. Just use common sense, avoid places that are shady to begin with.
There is no accomplishment going into "the hood" of a foreign land, and then say: "I survived the hood, I am the man".
Bullet/knife stabbings/broken glasses etc etc can happen to just about ANYONE.
Just be safe either in the resort/cabarete/ or in capotillo/alcarrizos, or where ever.

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« Reply #11 on: November 02, 2020, 12:50:17 PM »
I am not telling people to go hang out in the hood.  It is that they aren't waiting for you visit the hood to get you. They target you in the "safe" places if robbing foreigners is their thing. 

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« Reply #12 on: November 02, 2020, 01:10:25 PM »
Nobody is accusing anyone of "telling people to go hang out in the hood".
But, "if robbing foreigners is their thing" don't you think it makes more sense not to go to a hood where you will find some dudes who are into robbing foreigners??
Look, all I am saying is that just be cautious and try to minimize going to dangerous places. That is all.
Peace.

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Re: Anyone know Los Alcarrizos neighborhood in SDQ?
« Reply #13 on: November 02, 2020, 01:59:23 PM »
I'm getting hit up by chicas on D.C. and a lot are from that area. Anyone been there or know anything about it? I've been all over Santiago and Puerto Plata and feel comfortable there, but only know the malecon and zona colonial in SDQ.
Just Go to Capotillo La 42. YOU WILL HAVE A GOOD TIME

JoeyInNY

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Re: Anyone know Los Alcarrizos neighborhood in SDQ?
« Reply #14 on: November 02, 2020, 04:25:51 PM »
I'm getting hit up by chicas on D.C. and a lot are from that area. Anyone been there or know anything about it? I've been all over Santiago and Puerto Plata and feel comfortable there, but only know the malecon and zona colonial in SDQ.
Just Go to Capotillo La 42. YOU WILL HAVE A GOOD TIME

I think Marriott is building a new AI there. LOL!

 


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