Pension de la Cuesta B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... on everything he does for his business to help him be successful.
One thing that Carlos would love to Kaffe Republik to have is compostable packaging. However, this is not yet available here in Costa Rica. He has been talking with some suppliers about getting some sugar cane or banana leaves to start making his own packaging for the fruits and coffee. He says that my boyfriend—who is a packaging engineer—should come down here and start up a business ...
OK, another nerd post. But hey, what'd you expect from a couple of nerds!
We knew that our place in San José came with Internet access when we booked it. However, we were concerned about how good the coverage would be in our habitación (apartment). Since we would be working while we were here, we needed to be as prepared as we could be to make sure we had good access.
When we first moved to San Francisco, ...
... sold at the feria were 50 to 60% cheaper than those in the U.S. If one is inclined to eat a Costa Rican diet of fresh foods, the savings are substantial. We did not eat anything but fresh food during our stay. Costa Rican produce is incredibly good. For example, the pineapple sold in Costa Rica does not even taste like the same Costa Rican pineapples sold in our Florida markets.
... things that has been so striking about this particular trip is that we are TWO churches who have come together as one. I must confess that I was a little apprehensive about that idea at first. In my heart I knew that this would be a very intimate experience. I knew that we would be sharing so much with each other and having people there who "I did not know" was a little bit intimidating. ...
... was a very festive atmosphere for sure. Trucks and trailers were parked everywhere along the streets near our hotel and the city dumped piles of dirt that were used instead of ramps to load the horses into the trucks when the festival ended later in the evening.
We had a group meeting and met our CEO Cindy in the evening and had a nice dinner in the hotel.