Radisson Hotel San Jose Costa Rica
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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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 …
We take a tiny little plane from Bocas to San Jose, excited about what the next leg of the adventure will have in stall for us. We pick up our racey little Suzuki Jimny rental car and hit the road, a rental car was a real splurge but there are too many places we want to go that we couldn't get to without it. We head straight for the Pacific Coast and stay our first night in a touristy town called Jaco, our ...
... connect-four while our food was being prepared. I guess it wasn't the most Costa Rican meal we could have for our last night, but it was fun!
2.45am and we're up. The girls are all packed and we find ourselves hugging multiple times before they get into the taxi to the airport. It was sad saying goodbye to the girls, but I will be back quite soon, so I'm just glad that we got to explore Costa Rica together and that came at all.
My last day ...
Slept in a little late today or really just took a nap at 6 am until 10 am. It was a fun night partying with new friends. I will have to make sure to drink alot of water cause my Healthy Body is feeling the Liquor.
A knock on the door from the maid and she held my bag of clothes all clean and washed. That means that it is almost time to head back stateside for one day to ...
... driver immediately asked if we spoke Spanish, to which I replied "a little". He then began rapidly spouting off suggestions as I struggled to comprehend. He and I spent the next 30 minutes conversing in what can only be described as broken Spanglish, as he went out of his way to help us find some way to celebrate. He called several bars and restaurants, all of which were closed or at maximum capacity for the evening. We decided to drive toward downtown San Jose ...