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- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHemingway Inn San Jose
Nice place. Reasonable rates. VERY helpful staff. Great location.
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Day 1/Día uno ( el ocho de Abril)
After three flights in a row with mechanical issues that delayed my arrival by a full day, I finally landed in San Jose, Costa Rica! Carlos and his brother, Adrian, picked me up from the airport. Adrian is about as comfortable speaking English as I am with Spanish: we have both studied it but have not spoken it very often, so we are both quite rusty. It's nice to have someone on the same level.
One of the first things Carlos said ...
... there loaded baked potato, oh my, that thing is bigger than both my fists combined with whatever meat you want. Anywho, we got to San Jose and caught a cab, checked in then went right to bed. Such a long day and an early start tomorrow!! Oh an even though we were on planes all day I managed to get in over 12,000 steps on my Jawbone!! ...
... food, so we bought some to throw. From the top of the bridge we saw lots of them directly below. You definitely wouldn't want to go swimming in that river!! I counted up to 25. There was so many because they are used to getting fed at this point on the river. The next stop was to the beach, we went to a private beach owned by a hotel but there was a local and free access that we went to. Once we ...
... Live a little spontaneously. Stepping put of the airport and my first doubts on this concept. I had hoped to take the bus into the city, and although there is English on all signage, it is few and far between. The minute you step out go the airport, there are 20 men waiting, 'taxi miss'. None are in any form of uniform, and whilst there are taxis right outside the door, it's not like Melbourne where you patiently stand in the taxi queue and wait your ...
... with two men that work there. I was speaking to Kim, the lady we are renting from, and she told me that when there is a fire....someone will call someone (I will call them the fire department) and a truck will arrive with a water tank in the back and whoever is standing around will grab 5 gallon pails and fill them from the tank and carry them over and throw water on the fire. Hmmmm....so this is why they like to build with cement.....just one reason. (: