Hotel Parque del Lago - Hotel Vivo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... know it would take us 4 hours to check in! Yellow Fever What?!?! When we went to check in for our flight to San Jose, Costa Rica, we were asked if we had our yellow fever shot. Well, no, we said. Two different medical practitioners (one a doctor, one a travel medicine clinic RN) had said it was not necessary for us to get them. Too bad. Copa Airlines REFUSED to fly us to Costa Rica without them. REFUSED. Kristin had no problems flying to San Jose because she was with ...
... the snack we finished the ride down the river. At the end we loaded back up in the van and made a short drive to a nature lodge where we could shower and change. The overcast skies throughout the rafting was a nice relief from the hot sun we have had everyday since we got to Central America. Lunch at the nature lodge which was pretty plain but after the rafting we were starving. Another neat thing about the nature lodge was the dozens of hummingbirds that were at ...
... thankful that the girls seem to be doing okay now and will be released soon.
We had a full moon last night and it shown across the ocean...truly breathtaking. I can see God in everything here. We heard from Tyler and he arrived home safely... both he and Lukie are now residing in Madison. I haven't heard from Jenna and Beth in a few days...they could either be in Nicaragua or possibly Puerto Viejo. Beth's family that she babysits for is in the Puerto Viejo ...
... fee we decided it was worth it and took off for the Poas Volcano. Unfortunately, we were not able to make it all of the way up top or even close enough to say we actually made it to the volcano. We were able to make a small drive up and stop at a view point that actually turned out pretty good. Our new best friend snapped off a few pictures ...
The customs was a breeze. We withdrew some colones from the ATM in the international arrival area, which gave us an official exchange rate instead of the rip off rate at the exchange booth. We passed a sea of cab drivers and bright red, new cabs... walked around the parking lot to take a red TUASA bus.
The TUASA buses come very frequently. The bus was nice and nearly empty with tiny overhead bins. The driver kept the door open, ...