Palma Real Hotel & Casino
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Last night on our way home from Puntarenas, we passed by a mall. We figured we should check it out today so we can find out how it would be similar or different from a United States mall.
It was kind of funny though because we saw that it was called “Multi Plaza” but apparently there is more than one mall in San Jose. We did get to speak quite a bit to our cab driver to find out which one we were trying to find. I told him it was near the ...
... as "the building next to Pedro's store that was torn down in 1989". San Jose's drivers, particularly its taxi drivers, should all be in prison.
Of all the San Jose suburbs we visited, Atenas, Grecia and Escazu (in that order) were the nicest from our standpoint. Even so, Beth and I are not interested in living in any of these communities. ...
... and pack 2 bottles of pisco in Kimber's carryon and check it. Houston Problems In Houston, we discovered that one of the piscos broke. Kimber's entire bag smelled like vodka! What could we do? We quickly moved the second bottle into her real checked bag, and she once again had a carryon. That wasn't the real problem. The real problem was that ALL Houston to BR flights were canceled due to weather! Um, but we have to get to NOLA for our flight to San Jose! To say ...
... going straight through to Panama and I started to fear my chances were slim. Once everyone was on the bus, he finally signaled to me and gave me a ticket. On my way to Panama City and then Rio!
The bus driver, insistent that I was a famous actress (because famous people are likely to be travelling on a 14 hour over night bus), also took pity on me. I got an extra blanket and pillow for my foot. I also got an extra breakfast; skipped to the front of the queue at Costa ...
... and full of old colonial architecture. Plus sam managed to make a small fortune busking. On our last night we went out in search of a cool place for dinner our lonely planet recommend. Happily that place didn't actually exist, but while searching for it we found a really cool art gallery / bar / restaurant / live music venue. It was three stories of awesome in a beautiful old building. So we got some food and some drinks, checked out the amazing art, and bopped ...