- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... thankful our tour was small with just a guide and three participants. A small tour meant our guide ...
... and yet the love and care that she showed them was apparent. At the end of the day, these are people that want the same things we do: a home they can be proud of, connection, community and happiness and opportunity for themselves and their children.
Without exception, all of the children we came in contact with during our five days in the communities were receptive and excited. There ...
... work for the day! So we went for a late lunch of burritos and nachos before heading to the local hot springs to clean off. Found a quite area of the stream away from all the locals and the tourists to sit in the current and let the warm water wash over us. What the tours don't tell you when they're charging you an extra $30US to take you to the hot springs is that there's a local area that you can go for free. They scam people in to paying money to go to resorts that have ...
... that there are no storage lockers to store your bags. We then tried the giant mall next door, but again no storage lockers. The food court then became our home for a bit while I tried for find some Wifi, which I didnt. We then decided to go buy our tickets for the 11PM bus to costa rica from Tica Bus, the local bus system that runs throughout Central America. We show up at the ticket desk and ask for dos tickets to San Jose. The attendant of course does not ...
... on this trip already possesses this kind of faith. Maybe not to the degree we would like but we certainly made a dent in the dirt and in the lives of the people in Buenos Aires. These "Thrivent Builds with Habitat" trips are a true blessing and opportunity to continue to grow our faith. They give us the chance to thank God by helping those in need. May God continue to work in our lives.