Villas de Palermo Hotel & Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... 20minute and most of the way it was up a steep hill. The Statue was The Christ of the Mercy and it is a colossal statue of Jesus Christ and it goes to a height of 134 m above sea level. The view for the top was amazing and you could see the whole of San Juan Del ...
... told everyone that there were no buses and they would help by taking us for 10 US dollars. We knew there were and it took about 10 minutes for him to finally give up and leave us. As we stood wondering where the bus might leave from, a colectivo with San Jorge emblazoned across the front drove up. We jumped on and paid 20 cordobas instead of 250C, the equivalent of the 10 USD.
At San Jorge we boarded a ferry for the one ...
I should have checked our travel insurance before we left home to make sure that we are covered for all forms of natural disasters. After the excitement of the earth quake in LA, we had booked onto a tour to see active volcanos in Nicaragua and I'm hoping that we might bump into a hurricane as we cross the Gulf of Mexico to bring up the third horseman of the apocalypse. We like to live dangerously. It was an early start this morning. ...
... food, finding cheap goods to bring back into Costa Rica, and exploring the city. Even though the city was touristy it still had an underdeveloped, Latin American feel to it with lots of bright colored buildings. Definitely need to go back to that country when i can explore it for longer than a weekend.
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