Hotel Casa Alegre / Posada Nena
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... Once we realize we will have safe travels, we begin to observe…
Carlos speaks Costa Rican Spanish, so Diane and Sara sit up front to interpret what information he has to share. He strikes me as an extraordinarily passionate man and the knowledge he has to share certainly proves that to be true. He seems to spout information in bursts, like Old Yeller, filling us with tidbits of information while somehow continuing to keep us safe.
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... 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. ...
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Morgs and Idid a trial run today to see if I would make it on time for the 8:30 class. Success! I did a run last week via 3 bus changes and it took 1 hour 50 mins each way. This time we went via train with a lift to Morgs' school with Wilfredo where we caught the train to Heredia then a bus to Barva and it took 1 hour 15 min. So much better. Train ...
... the most amazing memories of our experiences and feel we have
achieved a good amount. We could definitely have stayed a lot longer but our
North American adventure awaited. We will fill you all in soon about what we
have been up to here in North America but for now, we hope you enjoyed hearing
about our trip so far and we’d both like to wish everyone a HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!
Lots of love always and here’s to a great 2013!
Priya & Raaj ...
... I need to get rid of some books before I continue my travels!
I started to give Mark a well needed hair cut when we got here. A cleaner at the hostel watched for a while laughing and then came and put it right. Turned out she was training to be a hairdresser at the weekends and so knew what she was doing. Mark wasn’t happy with the shortness though.
So now we have a few days in San Jose, catching up with people ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility