Hotel Casa Alegre / Posada Nena
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Casa Alegre / Posada Nena Santa Ana
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... making it much gloomier than the sunshine days we have just come from on the coast. Swimming roof top pool-very unglamorous after the sun soaked pools with swaying palm trees and flowers. Was cloudy, breezy and cooler than all previous venues, so was more an attempt to lose some calories rather than last rays of sun! Dinner at a nearby italian and we're almost done in ...
... they retreated to the safety of their own garden and continued to warn us off, but with the safety of a garden wall between them and us. Our evening's entertainment was to go and see the film 'Mortdecai' at the local cinema. David and I got caught up in a traffic jam behind a couple of accidents, but we still managed to meet up with Claire, Ben and Poppy before the film started. It was a light comedy starring Johnny Depp as an English ...
... and relationships I built will forever be a part of me.
As summer drew closer to it's end a new challenge and change awaited me. Moving to Costa Rica for the semester to study in San Ramon. I must say leaving everything I knew behind to fly into the unknown was no easy task, the most difficult thing being leaving all my family and friends behind. I flew from Chicago to Dallas to meet with the rest of the American students traveling to ...
... takes an incredible amount of time to climb up to the top, but once you are up there you have breath taking views. Very beautiful country side.
San Jose and Alajuela are very Americanized, with McDonalds, Burger King, Applebees, KFC and Taco Bell.
We did stop by McDonalds just to experience it. The restaurant is the same as in the United States even down to the free wifi.
We walked around San Jose and bought a delicious strawberry, ...
Today we got to share for the first time this morning on campus! I was real real scared and had realized real quickly that I had no idea what I was doing, but God quickly showed up and took the reigns. My Spanish got continually better throughout the day! But in the beginning I was fumbling and sounding nothing at all like I was speaking Spanish. We then took the bus to downtown San Jose, which was quite ...