Puerta del Sol Hotel
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... was Alex whom we
learned was a father of two children, and two more from a previous marriage. He
was forty-two, hard-working and in love with his country. He spouted a steady
stream of information about Costa Rica as he drove us out of San Jose and up
into the mountains. We passed by coffee plantations and he told us all about
how it is grown, how they pick it and soak it and dry it and roast it and sell
it. Costa Rica is a very “regional” ...
... administration and sociology double major, is an atheist. However, he took the time to talk with us and at one point asked us why we needed God-pretty straight forward and simple and something that as Christians we should all know-yet how as a sinner, someone so capable of twisting the gospel, do you explain why you need God? It was awesome to share with Brian and to pray for him after. Who knows what ours answered to his question meant or how they affected him, but I ...
... his head.
The one with the sunglasses decided to test the water temperature. He knelt down and ran his hand through the water. As he did, the other man grabbed the kneeling man's day-pack and pretended to push him into the pool. The kneeling man reacted by quickly throwing his weight away from the pool. With that motion, his sunglasses fell off his head and went straight to the bottom of about four feet of water.
Both of ...
... offered an opportunity to see birds I had never seen before (Costa Rica has over 850 species many unknown in any other continent).Secondly,Jeff and I are both fishermen and,having read about the fishing in the Caribbean,we both wanted to sample it firsthand. And so the trip was planned.We planned to do it the hard way,by travelling with only the absolument minimum,with only what we could comfortably carry in a backpack and by staying in backpackers' hostel and ...
... t want to see the world start favoring the ******* yen! While in the lounge we get an email from tomorrow's tour operator. Apparently we will not be starting our Costa Rican adventure with a leisurely canoe ride through the canals of Tortuguero, we will go right to whitewater rafting on the Pacuare River! We both suddenly feel like Karl Pilkington (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/An_Idiot_ Abroad" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://en.wikipedia.o ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking