Quality Hotel Real San Jose
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... in Costa Rica began at 8am, sitting on a lounger and drinking a cup of tea on the patio of our villa. David had already been to the local shop to get some milk and everyone else was still in bed.
We were due to play tennis at 9am, but couldn't get through to book the court and when we did, we discovered it was very expensive, so ...
... boxes and I had a couple of slices of toast. Costa Ricans must be amongst the most friendly, hospitable bunch of people I have ever met. Almost without exception there's a ready-smile and a general friendliness, which is refreshing. Tomorrow's coach tour will take me to Manuel Antonio National Park near Puntarenas. By sending me out and about it will give David and Claire a chance to catch up on their own week, without having to be concerned about ...
... joy on the children's faces instead of the pain they could be facing in their lives is because of Hogar de Vida and the staff. Our team encircled the staff and prayed for them. We then prayed over the Tia's (Women the care for the children) individually. I loved hearing some of their stories. They touched my heart beyond words.As we prayed with them my heart filled full with the Holy Spirit, my hand burned hot and ...
... mi amigo Rick Noblitt. Took a short taxi ride to Escazu where his Condo is at. Had a couple drinks and I was off to Hotel Del Rey.
Hotel Del Rey is what everyone says it is. Beautiful women and fun gambling. It is in the Heart of the San Jose action and never a dull moment. I settled in and became friends with the Bell Boy Carlos who tended to every request I had. My first request was where is ...
... perhaps a shopping mall and its abundance of toilets would be a safer choice for us and those around (mainly behind us). Once we arrived in San Jose we were struck by the immediate difference between Costa Rica and Mexico. Costa Rica seemed instantly more organised and less chaotic - not one person reversing down the highway and we managed the entire journey to our hostel in peace with no honking on the horn! We stayed at a fantastic hostel called hostel urbano in ...