KC Hotel San Jose
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... in all of San Jose recognized the new name. Our sleeping room was so small it was clear that either Beth or I or one of our suitcases would have to sleep outside. I went straight to the front desk and a larger room, off the busy front street was immediately made available to us. We were to learn that the hotel could be compared to a Motel 6 but the staff was as friendly and accommodating as a 5-Star Resort.
We loaded onto our bus and headed southwest. ...
... to set me up with. (I avoided that one.) Most of us slept on the way as drominine tends to knock people out. We checked into the hotel, got settled, paid our exit tax, and went to eat supper at a local Costa Rican restaurant. We came back and did Bible study and small groups. Tomorrow will be an early morning as we are meeting at 3:45 to head to the ...
... not the safest thing to do but we had three tour leaders with us and a big group so we were ok. We finally found a working ATM in a convenience store that also had a beer cooler so while some got money others got some beers to drink while walking to the bar. We worked up quite a thirst walking around to find the ATM... It was pretty funny as there was two police officers in the convenience store who had no issue with us drinking on the sidewalk in front of ...
... tick a box on the customs entry form to say that you understand this. Hardcore, Costa Rica.
After negotiating the local bus system without knowing any useful Spanish, we arrive in San Jose. San Jose gets a pretty bad rap. Everyone who has been told us it's a bit of a hole, so we only booked two nights. It was actually a pretty cool place. I don't have any other Latin American cities to compare it to yet, but it was bustling, safe, a touch chaotic, ...
... we needed to be without any major problems just a couple of deviations as the maps we had weren't that good. The house we was staying in was really nice baring in mind they were students and they had a spare room and 3 comfy sofas so we took advantage of the free night and stayed with Jan's friends who were really nice and welcoming. We took a bus to the centre with one of the girls to have a look round at the city and visited the market for dinner. She showed us the ...