Hotel Poseidon Y Restaurante
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... to local typical restaurants, there are many options everywhere.
The condo complex we are staying at is a perfect size, like Jaco itself. It's not too big, but not too small. Each time we enter or leave the front gates we are greeted with smiles from the friendly security guards. By spending time at the pool, we've met many people staying here for extended periods of time. There are Canadians and Americans who've retired who come up here for ...
... assembly where they sing the national anthem and the salute to they flag and a few other songs, all in Spanish so I have no idea what is going on, but everyone is singing very enthusiastically. Now comes 6th grade. I am more like another student in this class, although I have now idea what everyone is saying. They did a test earlier in the week and the teacher is going through the answers with them. Some of these kids have really good English and ...
We had made arrangements with Manfred, the manager of the hostel to take us to the San Carlos bus station at 5:00am to catch the bus to Montezuma. He was up and ready to take us and we were ready as well. Even at that hour, there were people up and moving, waiting for the bus, setting up their wares for the day. Busy street scenes everywhere. Fortunately, Robert said something to Manfred before we got to the bus station because he was heading to the ...
... was a rush to Spanish class. It was a surprise to see how much I still remember from Spanish classes in high school. Obviously, theres no way I can be conversational but its nice to know I still remembered words here and there. Laura, our instructor, taught us that pronunciations of "ll" are different in Argentina or Spain (they use LL as y) versus Costa Rica (where they use it as J) - a bit of a confusion and adjustment to how I normally speak Spanish but ...
... t need. In retrospect, he was right. (Damn, I hate it when he's right!:) 'Lola' as we call any GPS navigation unit after the movie, 'RV', had us leaving the hotel in the wrong direction heading East toward the Caribbean instead of West toward the Pacific. Lola was turned off & stowed after 15 minutes. So much for the extra $7/day.
After a stop to ask for directions, reviewing of maps & the written directions from the caretaker of the house we ...