Posada Del Museo
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... to Dougies amusement when I showed him! Gave it a go anyway now it's definitely spot the white person-as thick as sudacream! We drank some water and watched the break dancers in a large dome in the middle of the park! This is why we prefer backpacking....being right in the middle of their culture :) Currently having a beer and meeting our tour group soon feeling very ...
... with one "newbie" joining us in a week's time.
Dinner was back at El Patio as town was so quiet and many restaurants were ...
... and have to carry it all round Costa Rica as I'm sure it will be available at the airport. Plenty of chocolate on sale too, but this is produced elsewhere in the country.
We were treated to a very nice lunch at the plantation before being taken back to the hotel. All in all a good easy introduction on a day when jet lag saw us rather the worse for wear!
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The women had beautiful make up on an were well manicured. They all wore extremely tight clothing, skinny jeans are definitely in here, and ...
... 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 ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet