Soluxe El Sesteo Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... was kicking in hard and there were insects everywhere as well as the road noise just outside our window and the incredibly noisy and irritating fan sounding like Shoobaka (?) giving birth. Waking up we decided to have breakfast in our slum which to their credit was tasty and we had or first taste of the traditional Costa Rican breakfast of rice and beans and scrambled eggs. We checked out and wandered through town aimlessly seeing what we could do to spend time before we ...
... lady. She made us a penne pasta for dinner, commenting on how close “pennes” is to another word. ;) Hahaha. Oh, moms and innuendos. I love it!
New foods that I have tried so far:
- * Gooseberries, which grow in a little bod that kind of looks like a Chinese lantern. The berries themselves are bright orange and about the size of a spherical nickel. They are quite sweet and very delicious!
· * Kass, a green fruit that grows on the tall tree in ...
... of laundry soap at our local laundromat before leaving so we'd be ready for our first couple loads of laundry. I figured I should create a soapy mixture in a bottle so it would be easier to use. I pose this question to you, how many of you would be up for this hand washing adventure? It wasn't too hard but definitely time consuming. I even realized I should use a towel to hand dry the items too before hanging on the line. I was pretty impressed with myself! ...
... hostel later that day. Once we got to San Jose, Costa Rica, we hadn't booked any accommodation for that night so we got to a wifi hotspot in the airport and researched hostels in the area. We decided on Costa Rica Love hotel, It was slightly out the way but please as it was comfortable and reasonably priced around $6 for a night. Once arriving ...
... to San Jose) I had decided for a slightly less time-consuming option of booking a new flight to San Jose from Carlsbad. For 20 dollars extra I gained 9 hours.
But it did mean spending the night at LAX. Fortunately, the airport was rather quiet at night, and I found a spot right in front of United's customer service desk, where the seats lacked armrests and I could stretch out for a couple ...