Palma Real Hotel & Casino
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... had luck on my side so I was hopeful. The first trip to Liberia went perfectly. I got straight off the bus, bought my next ticket to San Jose and didn't have to wait more than 5 minutes before I was on the next bus and headed South. Again the trip was a good one. I got some reading done (now onto Deep Blue Secret) and had a good nap along the way to supplement the two hours I managed to get the night before. A strawberry and banana smoothie at the halfway stop made it a ...
Urrrgghhh! San José brings back yucky memories. After being ripped off by a sneaky taxi driver and then having a slight run in with the hostel owner after they didn't have our room available (even though we had booked in advance and paid a deposit) we already had a sour taste in our mouths ...
... here is very European, which makes it seem more familiar after my time overseas a few years back. The buildings are very colorful, and I’ve been enjoying seeing all of the graffiti on the streets, because Traverse City does not have any. There were murals on the outer wall of the legislative assembly making fun of specific politicians. Carlos says that they were allowed to paint those there, but the “ANTI ILLUMINATI” spray painted on another wall there was not. =P
As you know or at least can tell, we are doing the blog a little different this trip. We figure there will be so many things that are different here that most of them are noteworthy. That being said, today's entry is about laundry. In order to prepare for our trip, we decided to bring enough clothing for a week because laundry would be inevitable, so today was the day to give it a try. When we arrived on Sunday we saw a washer and dryer behind a louvered door off in ...
"I'm okay! I’m okay! I’m okay!"
Dangling upside down by my ankles about 50 metres above the tree canopy, these were the first shrieks to escape my mouth after my bungee jump in Monte Verde, Costa Rica.
Chris and I bungee-jumped this morning with our tour leader, Juan, and our tour friends Tania and Thomas. It was amazing!
Tania, Juan and I formed the first group. While Chris and ...