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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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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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... over by the Federal Police...this time everyone's bags were searched thoroughly. They also stopped another Tica Bus across the road from us. From what we could tell someone had probably put a tip into the police that someone on a Tica Bus was trying to smuggle something. One of the Police Officers was carrying around what looked like a passport and comparing it to everyone. It was good to see that they were doing their job, but it was super ...
... we are all broken and we all sin and fall short of Christ, but there is such an importance and vitality in walking with The Lord, and not just talking about The Lord. The student said something that I really really liked at the end, when he shared how important it is to share the importance of living out your faith, specifically in Costa Rica. He said, "If you hate making someone uncomfortable by sharing the gospel with them, just think how much more uncomfortable they ...
... pejivalles' or 'pejibayes' (peach palms) with my sisters one night this week. It bought back very fond memories of late nights in 1986 sitting round the kitchen table eating, chatting and peeling the skins off these very traditional delights. They are best eaten while still warm and covered in mayonnaise. We'd buy bags of these steaming, bright orange fruits from street vendors and devour them one ...
... the central shopping area and eating lunch and then I went to the National Museum to see their displayed historical timeline of the history of Costa Rica and the butterfly garden . We also viewed the Central Market . We met up with some of Marty's Costa Rican friends for dinner in a local restaurant ...