Airport Hotel Rio Segundo
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Travel Blogs from Rio Segundo
... checked out Cafe Las Deliciosas, a fancy cafe with $3-4 drinks (expensive by Costa Rican standards!). It was nice to indulge in fancy drinks and pastries at a cute cafe.
It was our last day in Costa Rica, so we decided to indulge in every craving. Mom was craving some fried chicken (some greasy stuff, I guess, after 2 weeks of healthy, unprocessed foods we've been eating). I figured younger kids would know where to go, ...
... t work due to being a full time carer of Gabriel, her 15 year old disabled son, drops and picks up the baby most days. During all of this, Morgan was 4 doors down at Will's place (older brother) with 3 cousins Karla 12, Andres 13 and Marco 15 playing football on the PlayStation.
As the afternoon progressed,everyone arrived after work except for Silvia (older sister who doesn't drive and had to work late). We had a typical ...
... sure we know where everything is. We stopped at the music school where Luis will have his opening on Friday night of his new piece of art.
After walking for probably 45 minutes or so Royce took us to his favorite hang out – a small restaurant/bar for lunch – by this time I was starving. We had the best time – eating our lunch, couple glasses of wine and beer and just talking. By the time we left we ...
... is more than a health issue; it’s an ethical issue. Buying organic is showing your support for the millions of poor agricultural workers worldwide whose lives are harmed, and lands are polluted, by pesticides and chemicals. It’s well worth it to me to spend the extra few cents per pound to support a healthier and more just planet.
Thanks for reading, and I hope to see many of you in person in just a few weeks when we come back to Oregon!
... see a volcano...
As we got nearer and nearer to Volcan Poas the clouds got heavier and heavier and the rain started and well we never got to see the Volcano or the lagoon. We did however have a very nice hot chocolate in the visitor cafe to pass some time before the bus back!
That's all Heredia had to offer so we planned our next move in the hope of finding somewhere a little kinder on the eye and somewhere we could stay longer than one night!!
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed