Soluxe El Sesteo Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... is sold to Starbucks but what we tasted was very good indeed.
Next Stop was to the Poas Vaolcano National Park, one of the largest active volcanos in the world that last erupted in 1910. The crater is about 1.6km across and still bubbles and emits smoke into the air. When we arrived it was very foggy and the crater was covered by clouds so we hiked up another trail to the oldest crater of this volcano that is now ...
... that we all saw together as he said it had a large balcony with a view, was light and good size rooms. Did it? I didn't even remember- so that's what I did. Property Numero Uno people that's where I am at - Can you believe it after all that? The woman in her painted on Cat suit, the Animal palace, and there I am at place number 1. It has two good size bedrooms, especially the main bedroom, 2 bathrooms, of course the ensuite is in ...
... t even describe the difference between a fresh Costa Rican pineapple and the ones you would find at Meijer. Even mostly dried, the pineapple here still tastes juicier and sweeter than any that I’ve ever had.
Kaffe Republik is a boutique dried fruit snack company whose main customer base is the more European-esque, very busy worker who needs a quick, easy, healthy snack. He sells them to shops nearby, but also has his friend sell them to his coworkers in his ...
... Unfortunately, native birds and animal species stayed away from the tree as they did not adopt it into their natural ecosystem. Many areas began cutting down and removing the eucalyptus however today we saw remnants of them in the converted airport park. We are staying at the Gran Hotel in San José, which is a historical landmark built in the 1930s. David showed us a local theater, even older, built in the late 1800s, as well as a monument ...
We eagerly left Tortuguero, a little nervous about losing our belongings to the river! We saw 2 monkeys, another big crocodile, 2 toucans, a caiman and a lot of other wildlife on the boat back, may as well not have booked that canal tour! Our boat and two buses worked out well, only an hour wait at a bus station. When we arrived it was absolutely pouring down. We trekked across town waiting ...