Radisson Hotel San Jose Costa Rica
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"The coffee in Costa Rica tastes just like the stuff they serve at Costa..........Oh, I see...." Arrived in San Jose after a 10 hour travel day and a border crossing. Had to negotiate our way from the bus station to Burger King and then to the hotel. Warnings abound about looking like a tourist in this city but it is hard to avoid when wearing 4 …
... the search for nice people well that has not seemed to be too difficult- they just are.
I haven't really said much about the place yet, and that's because we haven't seen a great deal yet as the focus has been on house hunting and being in school, but really looking forward to seeing more of what is around. If the people of Costa Rica are a reflection of what is out there, I have no doubt that I am going to like it..
... was safe to walk around and had some really cool places to eat also had the usual take out places like Wendy's, KFC, Maccas ECt. Waking up just in time for a delicious buffet breakfast was awesome we had on the spot omelettes haven't had them in a long time. :) after breakfast we headed back to the room where we organized what we Where going to do for the day. We decided we would go into downtown San Jose via their local buses ...
... below me makes me feel like i am close to all those who have exited the earth, It is comforting to know that 36,000 feet above, I am close and can feel them around me keeping me safe through this bumpy ride.
As I was in the airport today, I came to the realization that people are so wrapped up in having the most money saved, having materialistic things and stressing out about the future that they cannot enjoy the present time and that present time, is the ...
... the mountains was breathtaking, and by the time we arrived at our destination the temperature had probably dropped 15 degrees from when we crossed the border.
Friday, Aug.8 – Almost everyone in our group went on a canopy tour (a.k.a. Zip lining). Although we were unimpressed to be in a group of 89 people, and spent most of the day waiting our turn at the back of a long queue, the zip lines themselves were thrilling and ...