Hotel Dona Ines
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... on display so you would be able to spot it.
The boys at this point were trying to show as much enthusiasm as possible and were being about as successful at it as a Sloth playing scrabble. It was fortunate for Jacob that the school were paying for breakfast, as it turned out the Jacob had spent all his money on booze and taxis the night before. Having taken part in a few beverages in my time, just the odd tipple mind, I was able spot the signs that a good ...
So.. every house, and I mean every house, plant pot, small animal seems to have bars around it. I have not seen one without it. They are very conscious of safety and a whole hour, at least, of the newbies induction, was dedicated to dos and don'ts and how to keep yourself safe. Going into the mobile phone shop to get a SIM card was like going through the security at Heathrow, a slight exaggeration but you did have to let them search you bag ...
... assignment, and I in no way wanted to risk that again. And it was actually pretty awesome to have all that leg room. I could put my bags under the seat and stretch my legs all the way out! I even paid to watch a movie - Guardians of the Galaxy. I've heard lots of good things about it. I, however, was very unimpressed.
When we arrived in Costa Rica it was already dark out, so there wasn't anything interesting to ...
... we were off again, next stop Costa Rica!
Having had a company plan all activities and transfers for us not only did neither of us know how to get to the hotel but we didn’t even know the hotels name. Luckily, as we walked out of passport control, there was a fairly small man holding up a small whiteboard with our names written on it. He took our bags, thankfully as mine just lost a wheel, and ...
Yesterday, we flew from Pensacola, Florida to San Jose, Costa Rica. Our goal was to learn more about the Costa Rican people and their way of life. Secondarily, we hoped to find a better, more affordable place for us to share our common hobby of salt water fishing from the surf and from charter boats.
Our San Jose hotel was a true experience. Formerly known as the Hotel Torremolinos, it had been recently renamed Hotel Autentico. That meant not a single ...