Rincon del Valle Hotel & Suites
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
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That's it the end of our costa rican adventure, and it was a really good start to our big trip. looking forward to Belize now , it will be different to costa rica, i'm sure, but I still think it will be a good destination. Can't wait to see our tree house in San Ignacio. Wonder if we get wi-fi internet up a tree in Belize...., Mmmmm! might be a few …
... prep and output that I haven't had time to ready my mind. Also, I think as a person, I am more than ready for this adventure, my mind and anxieties just haven't realized it yet. Thank goodness I'm not afraid of flying! I love it, actually. I cant help but smile as we take off each time, despite all my worries and sadness from leaving. The support I've gotten from people is overwhelming. Just saying thank you isn't enough! So here's a message for ...
Tuesday 14th July
So then trying to find somewhere to live- that was a bit draining.
We, myself and the Ozzie boys, had been to look at a couple of apartments on the Monday. Typically we liked the same one. The reasons being obvious really. It had amazing views of the mountains, two large bedrooms, both of which had their own bedroom and a maid once a week to come in and clean- what's not to love? Anyway the boys got that hence the house ...
... as you flew through the air. This is certainly a 'must do' while in Costa Rica. 3. Monday started off with a sweet surprise. My friend and I had met to go for a run and while we were coming back, I heard someone yell 'Christy Lilly!'. I turned around to see the one and only Julie Rodgers!! As some may ormay not know, Julie and I worked for 2 years together in manassas. When I went back to visit in June, I told her about the trip and said I wish I ...
... class National Museum in a former army fort downtown. When the victor of the 1948 Civil War decided to abolish the army, he gave the fort to the government to use as a museum. Here you can see the history and prehistory of Costa Rica on display.
The fort itself has been enhanced by the addition of the metal and glass sphere you see in front of the entrance. The ...