Puerta del Sol Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... Some people have bags like ours, some people need something more.
Jeff and I discuss why you would buy your carrots from that guy rather than this guy? Maybe you know that guy's family? Maybe you bought carrots from farmer A once and didn't like them and now buy from farmer B? Or have developed a relationship with someone? To us all the produce looks great and though the prices vary a little I ...
... cards and after paying (they were 30 cents each US) indicate to the elderly shopkeeper that we would like stamps. She points across the plaza to that very same building. Sigh.
Drumming up our resolve, we go baćk to the post office to find that the lines are much shorter now. The two lines have merged into one. I ask the nicely dressed man in front of us if he speaks English and he does a little. I ask him how to say stamps in Spanish. He tells me ...
... about the bus routes, where the ex-pats hang out, stuff like that. Guess we'll just have to figure it out.
Now we jump back in the car to drive into Heredia to take a quick look around, trying to orient ourselves in this bustling town. I'm embarrassed to tell you that we get groceries at Walmart but it less than a kilometer from our condo and we want to get groceries while we have the car.
We are staying in ...
... headed out for our first group meal. A small restaurant across the street but was just so cool to hear about where everyone's from, a couple from Denmark, sisters from Leeds, few peeps from Canada and one guy from Switzerland, such a diverse range but so inspiring to think they're all my kind of age and yet this particular trip on these particular dates have bought us together as a group. They all seem like down to earth people so we'll see what happens. The journey awaits ...
... Jesús. They are very nice and super understanding of my broken Spanish. The second day: We went to the Instituto de San Joaquin de flores to finalize our classes and meet the directors. The place is super small but beautiful. We met the kids from Chicago and had salsa dancing lessons. ¡Qué ...