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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... airport but I guess they think while you are waiting for your flight - you might by a drink and try to sneak it on from there. So, if you buy a bottle of water within the airport, you still can't bring it on your flight. We weren't use to this procedure. Normally, if you buy anything within the airport, you can bring it on the flight.. Not here... ! Anyways, we made it onto the flight and were off into the wild blue yonder.. :)
... except zip line day) so we didn't mind so much. Next we headed around the coast of Manuel Antonio around the large islands and past the beaches. It was a beautiful view of the surrounding area from out in the sea. The boat we were on was playing latin american music and were served up some tasty cocktails. Next we headed towards the coral reef to snorkel. Little did we know this was pretty much right in front of our hotel and we probably could have ...
The car ride to Alajuela took about 1 1/2 hours. Still ended up taking a detour even with the map. There are no street signs nor even any signs to San Jose. Fortunately the Hampton Inn is almost directly across the street from the airport.
The Hampton Inn was a great place to stay our first and last nights here. Because we used points for both stays, they were extra ...
... hilly streets and through the city lights to the Hotel Tournon. We all enjoyed calling out the billboards signs in Espanol. Once in the hotel dining room, dinner awaited us: a fresh green salad, a rice and chicken entrée, followed by a caramel cake for dessert. Everyone is in high spirits, ready for a good night's sleep, and eager for the adventures that await us tomorrow. ...
I might be on my last night in Costa Rica, and while it may be hard to go back, as always I know this adventure is just giving way to another one. It is hard to not know when I might be out again, but having this experience to look back on, to inspire me and learn from going forward makes finding the adventures close to home a little easier.
So I thought I'd start now. Tomorrow, I head out to possibly the most foreign of all my destinations yet. North ...