Hotel & Villas La Condesa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel & Villas La Condesa Heredia
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... said to him, “they told us to make sure we take an orange cab only.”
He smiled and said OK, then politely walked us over to the fleet of orange cabs
that were idling on the other side of the terminal doors. We thanked him
profusely and tipped him what we hope was a good amount ($4) and he graciously
said, “Con gusto”. My Pleasure. Good Gypsy.
Drama In The Coffee Fields
We climbed into an orange cab. The ...
First monday morning of sharing the gospel with students! I was paired with Hector, the guy on our team who is from Venezuela. I learned so much by spending the morning with him talking to students. He helped me to better clarify my conversation in Spanish and he explained certain parts of the convo that I was not quite sure about-and e challenged me to talk and use my Spanish a lot. We had some great convos-one which really stood out to me as super cool. Brian, ...
... Using those with each bite, she thought it was just possibly the best soup she ever had. To top off lunch, we shared a piece of lemon pie; wow, was it delicious!
We had our lunch at a table overlooking the swimming pool. At one point we saw two young men, probably in their early 20's, approach the side of the pool. They were both wearing shirts and shorts. They each had on day packs. One of the men had his sunglasses perched on the ...
We started out on this trip to Central America on a chilly morning at the end of January. When I think now of what we have seen,done and achieved in the monthy we have been away it is amazing. For me,and for Jeff too,this has been a learning curve and a fairly steep one at that.The fact that we chose Costa Rica and Belize was a puzzle for some of our friends and family,for us it was simple.I had two ambitions,one to visit a region of the world I had never been before ...
... We step out of the lounge to grab some food (Subway. Whatever) and learn that El Salvador accepts the good old US greenback. So does Belize and so does Costa Rica. Having the universal currency and the universal language (which is barely spoken here but we'll bet it would serve someone better than, say, Flemmish) is a wonderful thing. We must maintain our global supremacy as a country if only for ease of travel. No more of this screwing with the country's credit. ...