Grand Tara Hotel Spa and Casino Escazu
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Hot tub
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... our eyes felt a bit gritty and everything seemed to be dusty. Late in the day we learned from our landlords Pete and Stef that a volcano east of San Jose had erupted and sent a shower of ash high into the air. With the prevailing strong easterly winds, ash had blanketed San Jose and was the source of our dust. In fact, the airport was closed for about 24 hours, from Thursday morning till Friday and over 7,000 passengers were stranded. ...
... 14, 2014
8:00am Interbus shared transport Monteverde to Santa Teresa for $59-5% discount= $56.05 per person (5.5
Hotel in San Jose: will be sent on 11.11.2014 ...
... can deposit the bottle back to them. So it's best to always exchange: Gotta give one to get one!
-Speaking of Coke, soda is made with real sugar and (we think) it tastes better.
-The people crave information and want to learn English. They see it as a golden ticket to more opportunities, more money, jobs, etc...
-Dayna and I gave an impromptu English lesson to someone on the street and there was soon a small crowd listening ...
... rave about the hamburgers there. Three different Ticos on three different occassions have mentioned them. I wonder what they put in their burgers...crack? Gustavo gave me a brief drive-around tour of Universidad de CR since he used to attend there as an engineering student. The campus is vast, green and always full of students. It's wayyyyy prettier than Drexel and ...
It's wonderful to get off a plane in a foreign country where you don't speak the language, and find a friendly face and a warm hug as you head for the exit. That was my introduction to Costa Rica. My high school classmate, Gabe, was there to meet me with our excellent driver, Jose. We were whisked to my home away from home with the Tascans, Nuria and Luis. After settling in a bit, Gabe took me ...