Hotel Chalet Tirol
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... most of the way.
We made it through airport customs quickly and exited the terminal
expecting to see our name “MOONAN” somewhere in the sea of placards being held
by tired drivers, but no luck. We kept looking for a few minutes until a young,
energetic Costa Rican man wearing a white jacket asked us if we needed a cab.
We explained that we had arranged for one but didn’t see our driver anywhere.
He asked where we were staying and ...
... had arrived at the hotel as well. So we wandered in o the centre of San Jose. Theres not much to se or say about San Jose except that there is a Mcdonalds on every street corner. As we arrived in the centre it started to rain. We went for lunch then came back to the hotel i had a little siesta before meeting the rest of the group. There are ten of us on the trip. 3 from australia 3 from America 2 from england ...
... Ranch has a variety of "Theme" decorated cabins or bungalos, all decked out with Televisions, DVD players (with a huge lending library) a hospital bed, regular bed, kitchenette, and a number of them have fireplaces.
and after living in Alaska since 1958 here Larry and I are, having traveled over ...
... zero tourist shops.
Since we struck out on that front we decided to hail a taxi and head back to the hotel. So we headed to Parque Central (Central Park) which is in front of the Catedral Metropolitana (Metropolitan Cathedral). The north and east sides of the park is where the taxis cue to wait for passengers. Every city has their own paint scheme for taxis. In San Jose it was bright, fire engine red with a small yellow triangle on the ...
... actually turn a profit after a while! Back in Placentia we were transferred back to the resort's van and shuttled to the tiny airport to board our tiny plane. That's "plane" not "jet" as in single engine prop. We are not at all sqeamish about flying but if one were, this flying tow-truck would've have definatlely brought on the squeam. One stop and forty-five or so minutes later we land at Belize Airport where, once again, we switch modes of transportation, this ...