Hotel Dona Ines
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... than expected- the bus door fell off! I was hoping that I would pick up a huge amount of Spanish to help me over the next month but only one phrase sticks in my mind- 'Pura Vida' (pure life) which is the Costa Rican reply to everything and everything- I guess it's not a bad approach!
I had a brief afternoon in Madrid to wander the streets, many plazas and the odd museum before I took the train east to Caspe for my next placement, more on that in my next ...
... Got to our hotel, checked in quickly (multi-share for our last night with Kari, Adele and Myriam.
Booked a coffee tour for tomorrow morning 7am urghh will definitely need a coffee as soon as we get there!
Last dinner at El Mundo (opposite my hotel for tomorrow!) and had a lovely meal of pasta with pesto and seafood YUMS. Quiet affair, everyone was knackered. Said goodbye to ...
After walking across the border, we tried to find a bus which was going to Monte Verde. One of the drivers promised he was going near there and he would let us off where we could change buses. We were on the bus for a long time, without knowing the name of the place we were supposed to get off - I started to worry we were going all the way to San Jose. Eventually, the driver called out and we got off the bus on the side of a main road. A signpost indicated that Monte Verde was 60km ...
... and full of old colonial architecture. Plus sam managed to make a small fortune busking. On our last night we went out in search of a cool place for dinner our lonely planet recommend. Happily that place didn't actually exist, but while searching for it we found a really cool art gallery / bar / restaurant / live music venue. It was three stories of awesome in a beautiful old building. So we got some food and some drinks, checked out the amazing art, and bopped ...
... Saving Device) failed its first major test and left us lost in San Jose. With a little creativity we were able to track down our home for the night- a fairly tame start to our Costa Rican odyssey.
In the interest of being fair (and I'm all about being fair), Deb P decided that she didn't want any advance notice of the itinerary in the hope of being continually surprised as we travelled through the country. And imagine the size of your own surprise if, ...