Daimond Inn Hotel
Travel Blogs from Alajuela
WEDNESDAY - 4th Feb
HAPPY BIRTHDAY RACHEL!
Moved on to Alajuela which is a couple of miles away from the airport - I have a 4am check-in tomorrow morning! Well, I thought there wasn't much to do in San Jose, but even less here. There's a bus station, and some streets. These grid designed towns are all very well, but ...
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... Next, Havier (Dad) tried to surprise us by driving us to a look out to watch the infamous San Jose sunsets. However, we got stuck in the Tucson trying to climb a super steep dirt road and had to maneuver out backwards. Still determined, we continued to yet another look out. But many other people shared this idea! We once again got stuck in the middle of the road and this time it was bad! We were spinning out on the pavement with cars lining the hill. A ...
... the hotel then, but then me and another girl went to track down pajama shorts. It took a little while, but we did it (after asking a few people for help). Even more surprisingly, we found our way back to the hotel no problem. We even saw the Parque Nacional and Casa Amarilla, two of the landmarks on our map.
We had to hurry up to do our homework in an hour, which was a bit of a struggle since the internet was in and out with ...
... DC was of course cancelled. She was hoping to schedule on a later flight to get home tonight...we hope she makes it safely!!
We had "dinner out" tonight at a restaurant called La Sandwicheria Mediterranea and it was oh. so. yum. I had fresa con leche (a strawberry milkshake) and Piņa Mal Pelada (a wrap with chicken, pineapple, and beans, along with some amazing spices, and of course, papas fritas (French fries). Yum yum yum!
I had a little heart ...