Puerta del Sol Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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” ...
... rave about the hamburgers there. Three different Ticos on three different occassions have mentioned them. I wonder what they put in their burgers...crack? Gustavo gave me a brief drive-around tour of Universidad de CR since he used to attend there as an engineering student. The campus is vast, green and always full of students. It's wayyyyy prettier than Drexel and ...
... get out and on arrival to MIA had to wait overy 3hrs to clear their immigration! I thought it would never end! I also had problems getting on the ac to return to Trinidad! I received a few claps for making it on board the flight! I have never experienced such intense moments in travel yet.
Well, on final review! If you ever feel the need to visit a eco friendly, sought of compact place with lots of adventure...do try Costa Rica, its affordable...and very nice.
... back and forth, he found a hotel for me and even paid for it – Barcelo Jan Jose Palacio. I got here around 6:30, famished. It is a very nice luxury hotel, but I actually don’t like it as well as the more quaint ones I’ve been staying in. I gorged myself on the soup and salad bar, plus an Imperial Beer. So tomorrow, which was going to possibly be a Go See the Canal day, is another flying and working day. Oh well. ...
... 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 ...