Casa Lima B & B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Did you know that Costa Rica has no military? The first interesting fact my husband spews at me as we walk around San Jose. This provided them stability during the 80's & 90's when many other Central American countries were having military coups. Their stability has resulted in a ...
Today we woke up and laid in bed until 11 when we had to check out of the hostel. They were very nice to keep your stuff in the lobby area and said we could hang out all day, just not in the rooms. We decided to go to the mall for some lunch and ask something to keep us buy for a couple hours. We both had subway and then we walked around the mall. We went into a toy ...
... we signed up for an adventure packed day. It was marketed as a breathtaking hike up 2 volcanos, jump into a crater lake, walk across hanging bridges and waterfalls, and end the day in a hot spring. Reality has a bad habit of making things more unpleasant though . From the day I stepped foot in La Fortuna, it was either raining or about to rain. The hike turned out to be breathtaking on a more physical fashion, a 10hr slog through 9hrs of rain in the ...
... of Connect Four. Later we came to a spread of about 40 people doing yoga to music, video cameras, and a guru with a long white beard and a visor perched on top of his turban. I wanted to join but weren't sure if it was appropriate. The beauty of the hotel's art (not its linens), the city's park (not its street noise and traffic and graffiti ) made for an overall positive ...
The border control was the usual mayhem with all kinds of con artists trying to trick their way to tourists' money. I managed to ward off a couple of ladies who merely gave me the usual immigration forms to fill out, but then wanted $3 for their 'hard labour' as it 'was their job'. Then a chap who was trying to sell me a bus ticket to San Jose before I had gone through migration. He said that $12 was the price and that the cheapest was $11, but I stuck to ...