Hotel Casa Alegre / Posada Nena
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We wrapped up our stay at the Casa Alegre Hotel in Santa Ana. We really enjoyed walking around this quaint old downtown. While Santa Ana is now surrounded by the encroaching suburbs and commercialism of Escazu, the town center still has a great community feel. We really enjoyed the hotel and getting to know the staff and other guests. Pictured you …
... on me, and someone right outside playing the guitar hahaha I am loving life right now. Feeling so thankful for being on this trip and I am very excited for the start of my full week tomorrow. Please pray for conversations that I will have tomorrow and each morning this week with students on UCR's campus. Today the pastor reminded us of how important it is to have an attitude that reflects Christ (Philippians 2:5-11), especially when you are coming to a place as ...
... go to Cynthia's old gynecologist but cancelled the appointment shortly. We then went to Scotiabank to try to update information and be able to receive transfers. None of that was possible but we met Alberto Monge, the branch manager, who now remembers us. It was good to see the people and operation here. By 330 pm we were home and sara came. We ate something and went to the park to catch limes. ...
... with 'El Macho' (Blondie).
During the day he copies pages of letters off the board as he doesn't know words yet so it's a tedious task. For 7 hours he is bombarded with questions and content that he doesn't understand so he spends a lot of time smiling, nodding and saying 'Si'. He plays soccer with the Year 8 boys during both breaks as he loves how vicious they play. He goes back to class hot and sweaty in his long pants ...
... then standing in a massive queue that takes forever. I saw a wild sloth in a cecropia tree on the way back, it was like he was welcoming me home. Hi little guy!
Was beyond excited to get back, thought I might vomit I was that excited. The first thing, after saying hi to Judy, was go and see Gigia. He was a bit grumpy at first as if to say, 'i'm ignoring you, you left me'. But then he forgave me and gave me lots of love. Went down after to see my section ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility