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- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
TravelPod Member ReviewsKaps Place San Jose
We were picked up from the airport by the owners. All was quickly arranged. Free international phone calls, prints, Internet, postal service, taxi service, safe place, good information, breakfast included.
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Arrived in a bit of chaos, unsure of exactly where we were going or who to trust. The taxi ride to kaps place was a little hairy with the Costa Ricans not sticking to the lane system. Interesting contrast between main Tarmac 'motorway', corrugated iron/tin roofed shacks and huge holiday inn style hotels against a volcanic backdrop and rainforest …
... was quite a sight to watch! We then headed to be early as we had a 4am shuttle to the airport (we seem to have a lot of early morning starts!). We decided to fly from Guatemala to Costa Rica about 4 days before as we didn't think we could handle the 24 hour bus ride and wanted a bit more time in Costa Rica. Somehow we managed to book business class, we are still not sure how as we booked the cheapest flight and it was the same ...
... made her question some of her ideas, but I did know that we were presented, more like thrown, an amazing opportunity to share our beliefs with two very intelligent tico students in a way, that I feel, was very receiving and accepting and kind. We heard her out on all her beliefs and explained in what ways are our beliefs similar/different. I was so so pooped before this dinner and honesty not very much looking forward to spending Friday ...
Paul recently sent me a New York Time's article with tips for traveling with one’s mother. The author advised, "Do not ever travel with your mother." After spending almost three months on the road with children that are at arguably the most difficult ages (3 and 1), I might be tempted to extend similar advice.
But I can’t because it’s just not true. I have really loved traveling with my children. I haven’t loved ...