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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Multilingual staff
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCosta Rica Guesthouse San Jose
Nice place with free bfast but a bit expensive. US35 for a double room with shared bathroom.
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It's early evening in San Jose and tomorrow we have to gather at 8 a.m. To start the Island Sky adventure.
Seems that we will spend most of the day being shown San Jose and then in the afternoon board our boat and unload ourselves into our cabins. Will be pleased to empty my suitcase.
Definitely love San Jose. Have been met with nothing but courtesy and kindness and even the Customs lady smiled. ...
Not so fast please. I spoke my first words of Spanish and got as far as: gracias, bien gracias, hola. It sounds so fast, hopefully I can get used to this quick.
My room at the Los Volcanes B&B is pretty awesome. I have a kitchenette and a really nice bathroom. Upon my arrival here, my bags were brought up to my room. I had no idea what to do, where to go, or what to say...so I sat in my room for about 20 minutes thinking about what my next move ...
... winded and we came across a fence gate and saw a silhouette. It freaked us out and I shined my light on it-- it was an old white man standing behind the gate looking right at us. His hands were gripping the gate like a prisoner. And he would NOT move! Didn't even flinch at our flashlights, no smile, no nothing! We flickered the light 3 times before he moved slightly. This sent us scurrying uphill, really spooked out now.
There was nothing ...
... bags and go through immigration.
After sadly saying goodbye to Alex at baggage (her bag never came)! We luckily were the last people in our line to go through security before 'the military' came - something that the yanks loved to dramatize! Texas was everything I'd hope it would be :o) We were greeted by a black guy in a cowboy hat covered in badges - looking just as I pictured a stereotypical character from 'Dallas' ...