Hotel Poseidon Y Restaurante
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... inappropriate times. Our driver tool that to whole other level. Sallie was in the front and holding on for dear life. In the middle of the trip he got pulled over by the police and given a ticket. It was a nice break from the intense drive. The good news was we were in Jaco by 12:30. We went straight to the beach to see Rodrigo. Elizabeth booked a lesson and Sallie and I rented boards but had ...
... and we have very different lives-but we are still sisters. We prayed together and the Holy Spirit was there. We prayed for those women who give their lives so that otherwise abandoned children know what love is. They give their lives so that these children have hope in their hearts. We prayed for their strength, and we prayed that they feel God's love when they are weak. We prayed for their heart aches and ...
... a spaceship double glass door. You push a button and enter a clear glass cublicle from a sliding glass door that opens automatically. Then the door closes & you're completed alone & enclosed in the glass box. Then the front glass sliding door opens & you can enter the bank. Then the next person can enter. At first Jill tried to enter the glass box with me and we figured out it was only 1 person at a time. ...
... record-breaking thunderstorms that are so intense you expect to see the town washed out to sea. We came here during the last month of the rainy season and already the storms are lessening- too bad, they were powerful works of art.
6- The dash for life. One of the many eco-things that Costa Rica is known for are the turtle habitats along both coasts. Female turtles return home to lay their eggs in holes they dig along the beach and the leave the ...
... coffee cultivated here and sold to both an international and domestic market. Reaching a gradient of 88% it's only 4% away from the highest coffee classification on the planet, so my taste buds (and I) expect big things from this small plot of 5 hectares. Some 45 minutes up Into the cloud forest, the already pocked road shifts into the realm of crater sized chunks to challenge our suspension and glutes even more. A look of express gratitude finds its way onto my face as ...