Radisson Hotel San Jose Costa Rica
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... boy. By the time the Copa employee had finished getting us back to the US. We had 20 minutes to find WiFi and book the ticket to San Jose before boarding our flight out of Lima. Whew! We made the flight. We had a little problem in Panama. You can't board flights into the US with ANY liquids over 3oz. Drinks bought after security - toss. Gifts of pisco bought after security with the security seal on them - have to check it plane side. So we had to quickly shuffle ...
... bus so that we would not be stuck in San Jose. That meant leaving the hotel at 05:00 so sleep might be optional. After paying the tab at the hotel bar we headed across the street to a restaurant for our last group dinner. We both had pizza which wasn't that good. There wasn't any local food in the menu to try. Central America isn't known for its food for a reason. It is all very simple and bland. Rice and beans or beans and rice. Sometimes you get plantains with ...
... the unusual stone spheres that have been found in Costa Rica where the Diquis indigenous people lived. Because so much of their culture was wiped out by the Spanish conquistadores, little is known about the purpose of the spheres, or how they managed to shape the stone with primitive tools and techniques. Legends abound, such as that they came from Atlantis or were brought by space ...
As we approached San Jose I was sitting on the side of the plane where I could see the city. As the capital and the largest city in Costa Rica I was surprised that I could see the entire city as we were descending. The population is somewhat over 300,000. Once through customs, etc., etc, we were met by our driver, Alex, and ...
It was great to see another familiar face in Costa Rica. My old professor, Gustavo and I caught up by grabbing a bite to eat and a beer to drink at Fridays. At first I thought it belonged to the American chain TGIF which was why I was reluctant to go, but apparently it's a local Costa Rican business. It reminded me very much of the chain though. The Ticos love that place though; ...