Puerta del Sol Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Heredia
... watching the episode, I dreamt that I was drinking milkshakes from the Hans dining hall.
I really would like a dairy queen blizzard right now.
After I'm done doing homework right now with Ambar, we are on a quest to get milkshakes and some delicious pastries from one of the numerous pastry shops in Costa Rica. Mmmhhhhh
BTW: you can tell that I'm trying to avoid doing hw with the amount of blog posts that I've just recently written. I need a milkshake to motivate me.
... and ran into Grace and Fiona again! After checking how to get to Monteverde they ended up on the same bus as me to San Jose. Fiona ended up in my seat so I had to sit at the back next to the toilet, mmm smell of urine! By the time we left it was half 1 and we'd eaten at 7am back in Ometepe so we were all starving. By 3:30 we still haven't stopped for food. I was absolutely starving and was trying to work out what I could eat in my bag or what part of my bag might be edible. I ...
Monday turned out to be quite an interesting day! It all started at about 9 in the morning when we got on the boat to make our way back to Heredia. The boat ride went smoothly, and I was actually very sad to be leaving the quite of such a peaceful island! Around 12 we made it to Guapiles, which is the city where we ate lunch. We had a great lunch of typical Costa Rican food and were just about ready to pile on the bus for the last part of our trip when our tour ...
... The meal also came with some sort of raspberry juice which was something I have never seen before! Our afternoon was spent at the school relaxing and doing our homework. It is very peaceful there, I almost never want to leave! But at 5 we were headed out with a group from our school for Noches Tipicas Costarricenses. It was basically a "typical Costa Rican night" with food and dancing from Costa Rica. It took us about two hours to get to the restaurant, ...
Costa Rica is so different from any place I have been, the landscape around here is amazing! I am falling in love with the scenery more and more everyday! I don't think sleeping in here is much of an option, the sun rises before 530 and the traffic here is crazy. And because the windows are always open, you can hear the traffic loud and clear! The first morning here, I had the house all to myself because my host ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking