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Great pictures. Thank you so much for posting those! I won't be able to do a site visit, so I'm relying on everyone else to show me what to expect. Thanks again....now I'm even more excited!!!

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Thanks for the pics! They only affirm how much more a destination wedding feels right! How many days were you there for your site vist? Did Dreams offer any sort of discount since you were there for a "site visit?"

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Thanks for the pics! They only affirm how much more a destination wedding feels right! How many days were you there for your site vist? Did Dreams offer any sort of discount since you were there for a "site visit?"
We were there for 4 nights/5days. If you decide to have your wedding there and "block" rooms, you get a free site visit. Tammy (host) is a really good resource and TA that can help you out. I loved Dreams! The pics don't do that place justice.

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These pictures are making me even more depressed.... <sig>msncry.gif

 

We just got back from Dreams last week... from renewing our vows. We are still in a depressed mode.... we wish we didn't have to come back to cold, snowy NJ

 

1st photo- The cascada terrace is where we had our reception... sniff sniff

2nd photo- the same table set up of our reception dinner but with chocolate bows... more sniff...

 

 

You & your guest will have a great time. Congrats!!! Isn't Yessica the sweetest....

 

 

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I love the rooms thanks for the pic. I am getting married in punta cana at the dreams resort it just changed names this month. I am so hoping the rooms will look similar. The resort pics still resemble the old rooms. Hopefully by May it will be more up dated. Thanks for sharing.

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Thanks so much for the pictures! It sure helps to see how it actually looks. We can't decide between the Riu Palace and Dreams. I don't know how I'm supposed to figure all this out!?

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