Posada Amon Inn
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from San Jose
... was a lost cause. Finally we stopped at a convenience store when David asked them to turn down the music using his best sign language. It was comical to watch him motion with his hands that the "music was too loud" and to "turn it down". There was an eerie silence the rest of the way to Costa Rica.
At the border we were greeted with a man who grabbed our bags from our ...
... curfuffle we went to the closet hostel from the airport and checked in. It was $30 a night and we have been paying only $20 so we were a bit shocked by that. But! The beds were very comfy. We shred a dorm room with 2 other people who were very nice. We set our stuff down and by this time we were hungry because we had only ate snacks all day so we asked the lady at the desk if there was a "nice restaurant around" Like a ...
... until at least ten o'clock. It feels like I'm ready to re-enter The Real World. There's no trepedation and I'm looking forward to carving a new chapter of my life. But I still have a few things to wrap up here first :-D
We hit San Jose too late to continue on to anywhere we want to go (we all split ways for a little at this point). Instead we headed to a different hostel closer to the main downtown area ...
... with no tv. For about 13 hours of a daytime flight. Bored doesn't even begin to cover it. x 2 flights. And those were the days pre-iPad/iPhone (if anyone can remember those?!) I said I would never fly them again. So this time, when Iberia popped up as being the cheapest flight (by almost £200), I immediately dismissed it. But actually the flight times worked better, with shorter layovers. I also checked which planes they are running this route, and they appeared to ...
... games of chess, table-tennis, youngsters jumping on to mats from high up, and more.
I took quite a few pics of murals and some splendid buildings, which are unfortunately surrounded by concrete monstrosities. I went to an ATM, a bakery, where I picked up some rolls, and then started the ascent towards my hotel. I stopped in a Chinese shop and felt sorry for a Chinese shop assistant who seemed able to speak Spanish, but had great difficulty getting ...