Hotel Beacon Escazu
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... from lots of American fast food chains we decided to check out the Museum of Jade which was really interesting.
According to my guidebook (which we later learned was full of lies. This being the first :) ) the view from the nearby INS building was worth a look. We headed to the visitors entrance and explained this to the security guard. He looked at us a bit funny but waved us through telling us to take the lift to the ...
... school building (5 classrooms), two or three houses, and a backyard full of fruit trees and boxer puppies.
The Ileri School is a family operation with well educated teachers who are sisters Eleanor and Imelda, niece Carolina, and close friend, Patricia. Also supporting the school are family members Jose (our driver) and Pablo (the doctor). We met Papa each morning when we arrived at ...
... our gourmet experiences. Sarah and I stuffed ourselves with food, the Hispanic food was so delicious we couldn't stop eating. It was like being in the movie Eat, Pray, Love and I must say, our experiences seemed to surpass that movie.
... Market, I bought a new leather bag as my little black bag had ripped in New York and the lining had come away. It's a cute little bag with a zipped pocket at the front and room enough for both my wallet and phone. It cost $23. I also bought a new key ring in order to more easily locate my keys under all the other stuff in the bottom of my bag. Morgs bought a woven, blue and pink wrist band with 'Costa Rica Pura Vida' and a 'La ...
... of course we gave it a try.
There was an interesting footbridge across the creek and a horse came up to eat some of the same fruits that many birds seemed interested in.
Alonso saw that we were tiring so he took us a more flat return route past some houses in his neighborhood that allowed us to miss some of the steepest part of the street ...