Apartotel La Sabana
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
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... airport to pick up Jenn's Mom, Janet, we started early with a walk around the Parque Central and adjacent Cathedral Metropolitana. It was a weekend and the streets were buzzing, most of them seemed to be coming or going to the adjacent church. We strolled through Plaza de la Cultura onto the main pedestrianised drag and into Parque Nacional. We could not say we were blown away with San Jose ...
... had either been melted down by Conquistators, or stolen by the British Museum... Spent an interesting hour have a coffee over looking the square where the police were stopping any youths and searching them. They kept being interrupted by tourists asking directions, and strangely the partners disagreed with envy set of instructions, always pointing indifferent directions. That seems to be something common ...
... much fun however. Manuel then tells me that we are approaching the camp. I can't see it and have no idea where on earth we're going to stop. I just know the commands 'forward' 'forward harder' and 'stop', so follow the instructions accordingly. We pull the boat up to the bank ad now I can see a path and steps leading up to the forrest. I wait patiently while Manuel and Jason tie up the boat and then we all help carry everything up to the camp. We twist and turn up the path and steps ...
... Rica 101. How to eat watermelon como una tica, how to dance como una tica, how to blend fresca como una tica. It was a complete cultural immersion within a matter of minutes, and I loved every second of it. The rest of the night passed with dinner, a round of monopoly, and the endless search for dos pinos ( the best ice cream ever!) I can safely say that we have all earned a long, peaceful nights ...
... Costa Rican history, as we watched a hugely tense penalty shootout as Michael Umaņa struck the winning penalty to send Greece home, Costa Rica through to their first ever World Cup quarter final. We watched the match in a local bar, us and 2 other couples from the hotel and about 300 Costa Ricans. As the winning penalty sailed in to the back of the net, the place absolutely erupted. People swung from the roof and were jumping on cars, shots were being ...