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Travel Blogs from San Jose
... CRLA' written in small letters on the bottom corner. I was still skeptical but became more confident once a lady with the CRLA uniform confirmed that that was 'my sign'. Next was a 30 min. taxi ride to my homestay. -homestay is great so far. I'm staying with one older lady that's been having students live with her for the past 20 years. I'm in good hands. There are 5 other girls ...
... nice restaurants, and rest rooms for drivers and passengers. Thanks to Susu's persistence with the arrangements, the second bus delivered me right to the door of my hotel.
Although the tour didn't officially start until Sunday evening, WAI had arranged a tour of downtown San Jose for those of us who arrived early. They are encouraging their travelers to ...
... help me, carry my things, let me queue jump, offer me seats, check I was ok, or just talk to me to make sure I didnīt want to cry. I didnīt cry - when you are in such a beautiful place with such lovely people, I couldnīt be anything but happy.
Next time Costa Rica, I will be on top form to explore all that you have to offer. And now that my Costa Rica expert and best friend , Jo, is moving there, hopefully I will be back soon. In the meantime, Rio de Janeiro, Iīm on my way to join the ...
... wifi, a shower, and a bed to sleep on. That was all I needed. And like I said, the location was totally worth it (and breakfast was included!). So after checking in, we put our things upstairs and went on the search to find some breakfast. There was an awesome Colombian Panaderia about two blocks away from the hotel. We ate some delicious empanadas which was the perfect fuel after a long bus ride. Now it was time to explore the city! Since everything was ...
... site of a Tranny running around antagonising a bull was unique, but one I don't think I need to see again. We left after tasting some Wagyu beef, from Cows fed with coffee and ice cream!! It didn't wow me! We said adios to the couple, who we will hopefully see in both California and New Zealand, he reminded me of my good mate Beana, but with a great 4 month beard! Where to go next, we had three days left, and a pout a thousand things we could try and ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed