Hotel Beacon Escazu
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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We then went down to the pool for a night swimming where we continued chatting with the Berkower family - our new-found Fil-Am friends! We didn't stay long as we have an early wake up call next day to start our adventure tour!
... for me. They are so much more lax about things like that here. So the kids who had Spanish this morning just walked around school for like an hour. Sofi, her friends, and I walked to a near by park and they bought ice cream and we hung out there for a while. We then returned to school for the next class. Which was recess. 20 minutes. So we walked around school some more. The next class was science and it only lasted about 45 minutes and the on to civics (?) which ...
... Clínica Bíblica. I forgot about Mondo Pizza and their enormous pizza slices the size of your head. It's a popular place to fill up on carbs during a late night stupor. I remember it fondly. Even though a year has past, I was relieved that nothing has really changed in San José. The only change I've noticed is that there seems to be more Japanese restaurants and deli-marts than before. The casa of doña María had the best lights in ...
... messaging to work, so we used Facebook messages to keep in touch with some folks, used Google maps to see where we were and where we were going at times, used Google Translate for the few times we were dealing with someone who didn't speak English, and were able to upload photos to this blog on the road, too.
We had a little confusion when trying to get our shuttle to the hotel (there were no shortage of folks looking to lend a hand to get ...
... sunscreen! Other door prizes included bottles of wine, manicures, even rice cookers. You were also given a welcome drink before you even sat down. Then we had dinner and drinks for the evening. While dinner was served a mariachi band showed up and traveled around the room singing to different tables. After that was concluded they began giving away raffle prizes. Prizes included weekends trip away, iPads, cellphones and other prizes. ...