Hotel El Jardin
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... edited by Stephen Orgel and A. R. Braunmuller in 2002), and The RSC Shakespeare: Complete Works (edited by Jonathan Bate and Eric Rasmussen in 2007). Additionally, as with Oxford, Arden, Pelican and the RSC, the New Cambridge Shakespeare, the New Penguin Shakespeare, the Signet Classic Shakespeare, the Dover Wilson Shakespeare, the Shakespeare Folios and the Folger Shakespeare Library all publish scholarly editions of individual plays, although none ...
I took my time getting up today. The activity level has been high on this trip and it hitting me hard. At breakfast, which was in a beautiful garden, the local bluejays were very comfortable and would come very close to the patrons. One grabbed food off a girl's plate while another landed on her head. I protected my food but left them my leftovers. Our trip to Isla Tortunga began 9:30 and went until 4. It ...
... we feel so fortunate to have been able to immerse ourselves, often literally, in the array of natural wonders it possesses. The extra memory we will take away with us, aside from Beyonce's photo of her new dog, is how genuinely helpful and welcoming the Costa Ricans we have encountered have been. As an example, when we made the challenging trek up to the waterfalls here early one morning and found the only other person in one of the plunge pools was a 60 year old local ...
... stay once in the home and we are the first people to rent it out. It is a few months old and her own home is less than a year old. So then I found out that Kim's father in law is the "grandfather of raw food eating" and has written 6 books and his home is just over the hill and he is having a week long seminar on February 18th and I can attend. Very amazing how God works out details. This place feels like home to ...
... was far enough to go in one day and serves as the main town before the Manual Antonio National Park that I'll check out in the next couple of days. Supposed to be a pretty popular park (i.e. touristy) but is the postcard of a Costa Rica park apparently. Let's see. Plenty of other things to check out in this ...