Hotel Santo Tomas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Spent one day in San Jose the capital of Costa Rica checking out the city. Stayed at a nice little hotel, Santo Tomas, in center of city. The biggest soccer game of the year was Saturday night and everyone in town was wearing their Saprisa shirts (The San Jose local team) and we had fun cheering on the team w/the locals at the cantina across the street from our hotel!
Disembarked the Wind Star this morning. Hard to say good bye to the ship, crew and new friends we made during the cruise! The San Jose airport was closed yesterday, due to the eruption of the Turrialba volcano! So we're not sure if everyone got out today! We boarded an Interbus for the 1-1/2 hour trip to San Jose. Arrived early, so the hotel …
... and stinking with the humidity of the rainforest. We dried our walking boots with the hairdryer! We sat in the bar for the rest of the afternoon planning where we would go for the rest of our time in Costa Rica. In the end we decided to hire a car to go to Monteverde Cloud Forest for 2 nights then see what happens. We weren't so hungry after eating so much recently so we had a bit of sushi then had a little gamble in the hotel casino. We tripled our money which will pay for tomorrow's ...
... girls are being less than cute.
· Small kids are fairly easily amused. We carry around a duffel bag of toys and books, but some of the best toys have been the ones they’ve found. Sticks, rocks, shells, crab legs, coconuts, leaves, feathers, hermit crabs, and even ants have provided great sources of amusement. I'm mildly concerned about passing through customs. Viv puts a lot of things in her pockets.
· Children force ...
... one didn't show! So I paied 26.00 dollars for a ticket to San Jose Costa Rica! It was a pretty long bus ride,had to pay taxes for Nicaragua, get stamped out of Nicaragua, , then finally stamped in to Costa Rica! Had to go through customs! I only was able to get a 7 day visa for Costa Rica because they need prof that I am leaving! They don't want us americano's squatting up there country!! I had my flight number but wasn't good enough! ...