La Dolce Vita
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... of amazing wildlife and trees. The hotel we stayed at was great, and the setting was fantastic. I wanted to get a quick relaxing weekend, which I was able to get in this trip. I was disappointed with the limited veggie friendly options, I figured they would have more especially in the area I was in. Maybe it was because I was in a touristy area, but everything seemed pretty pricey. When comparing prices to rest of Central America, they were pretty high. The ...
... lay down on!!! So there I was, alone with nothing to do! They had a Starbucks which was good and while standing in the line for the 4th time, I started talking to this boy from Brazil. He was really nice and we had some food togheter. No one could understand English at the airport and when I was going to order food at this other cafe (yes I eat a lot). It was all in Spanish and when I asked them something in English they ...
After a good night's sleep & free breakfast at the hotel, the concierge was gracious enough to call our rental car company for us who sent the car and a representative to our hotel to meet us. We processed all of our paperwork in the lobby and were on our way by 10:30am.
[Costa Rica is on Central Standard Time like Pensacola so no changing of the watches required.]
I paid extra, much to Andrew's chagrin, to rent a GPS for the car which he says ...
... that language-learning is a competitive body contact, blood sport and since I supposedly had a big advantage with my pedestrian French (and the fact I know how to say "yo no hablo espanol"), I was banned from reading or speaking Spanish until DH had decided that she had enough of a head-start (apparently somewhat unfamiliar with the concept that to gain a head-start you actually need to move forward).
That said, we have made a relatively big commitment ...
... authorial overseer. Except maybe his silent, sweet wife, who thwacks fresh lunchtime tortillas into submission for our group's pending almuerzo. That's the thing here, simple living in harmony with life's daily tasks and rhythms is what brings the greatest comfort, and stability. If only the west could learn how to amalgamate into that, it might carve a new way that served to benefit those in the fields as much and hopefully more than the boardroom executives buzzing off the big ...