Hostel Casa Colon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... hostel for $5 a night, and it's really nice. We decided to do a canopy zip line in the afternoon, followed by a night trek to see nocturnal animals when it got dark. The zipline was a lot of fun, although it absolutely tipped it down with rain and we got soaked through to the bone... Luckily it wasn't too cold. The zip lines were incredible though, and it was all really organised. Most of them were really long, and ...
... were protesting about pay conditions, seems the problem is not just isolated to Australia!!! Watched the protestors for a while and think I was on T.V as a journalist was recording with me in the background!!
Walked up the main street where you could buy anything - shoes, socks, movies, fruit, veges, lottery tickets..... goes on and one ad each person yelling over the other... KOAS.... but I loved it. Went to the Cathedral which had ...
... of Santa Rosa in 1857. Walker was an American who tried to conquer and annex Latin American countries and bring them into the US as slave states.
After lunch we visited two other attractions, the Pre-Columbian Gold museum and the National Theatre. The Gold exhibit was part of the museum of ...
... our contact while here in CR as arranged by our favorite travel agent, Rebecca, at Travelennium. In 10 minutes we were at our comfy boutique hotel, the Country Inn and Suites. Barry went next door to The Fresh Market to buy a, guess what!! diet coke! (750 colones or $1.25 for a large bottle) and a bottle of inexpensive ...
... we used to tell each other and it would always make him laugh, to no fail. I was worried that he had forgotten it, but he responded, "ah, so you do remember". It was cute the way he responded so seriously, calmly and a matter-of-factly. I was relieved that he remembered. This quote by Einstein holds true. What a smart old man... "Women always worry about the things that men forget; men always worth about the things that women ...