Travel Blogs from San Jose
... So, I washed the trees of Costa Rica while I was naked in the shower. But, the best part of our total plane ride was the $4 granola bars Kallyn bought. She compared them to dog vomit and started crying due to her weird 'crying problem'. Apparently if there's any pressure in her face, she cries. But yeah....so far, so ...
... only to a few select places. I need to come back and cover more ground (especially more of Costa Rica). From the places I visited, in a few words; Mexico - package holiday tourists, busy. Belize - American tourists, pretty islands Guatemala - amazing Tikal ruins, lots of culture Honduras - dangerous, pretty coral reefs and ruins Nicaragua - lots of volcanos Costa Rica - amazing wildlife and scenery (the best I've ever seen) So sad to ...
... with one "newbie" joining us in a week's time.
Dinner was back at El Patio as town was so quiet and many restaurants were ...
... we are on foot from this point forward.
The next thirty minutes were exhausting, especially considering we didn’t get our promised breakfast! Alright I am done complaining about this - tour was actually awesome and the people great. Just really wish we had food in our stomaches for that hike uphill….
Eventually made it to the top of the mountain, and the fun started. Fourteen ziplines and a few rappels ...
... given Business Class Seats 4A & 4B – which had originally been the pilot-rest seats but apparently the pilots agreed to take 1B so Mom and I could sit together. Thank you.
After all that commotion, we boarded the Boeing 737-800 and settled into our leather seats on the legacy Continental aircraft. The flight departed at 9:16, 16 minutes late due to a delayed flight coming in from Philadelphia with some passengers connecting to San Jose. We took off at 9:32 on ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking