Margarita Airport Hotel, San Jose
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsMargarita Airport Hotel, San Jose Alajuela
Great airport - lots of traffic leaving - but small enough to figure it all out!
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That was one Hell of a travel day! Up at 4:45am & on the plane at 8:15am & then land in San Jose, Costa Rica... which is when the adventure began! We got our rental car from Nu, and made sure to get the full insurance because we learned that from our last Mexican adventure haha! Not bad prices, for the whole vacation we spent about $350 on …
Il est 5h45. Je guette le lever du soleil sur les montagnes de la Cordillère centrale depuis le poste d’observation posé dans le jardin du B&B de Margarita.
Je suis à La Garita, une paisible bourgade située à une …
... on the bus, had spotted the bus for Monteverde in the same terminal. We collected our belongings and ran to it, purchased a ticket, ran to the toilet, and back to the bus just in time. Phew. All in all, the five hour journey was seven hours long.
The bus to Monteverde passed much more quickly, and arrived in four hours, not the five we'd thought. On the way, when it had stopped raining, we saw some beautiful countryside and the most amazing ...
... Slide. I had already showered and was hoping to just get wet up to my neck. Ha. The Monkey Slide propelled me down at such a rate that I lost my hat, glasses, and bikini bottom upon entry into the lower pool. But it was FUN. I did it again. And the kids would do it about 500 times during our stay, including one time that rendered them temporarily immobile. Catherine somehow got "stuck" in the middle of the slide because she rode with the sticky side of the mat down, ...
... across! The SUV shimmied from the speed and the ****** road surface below. It lurched forward, and I heard more loose gravel flying away under the vehicle. Then, glorious triumph! WE had made it passed the ugly part, and the road was indeed beautiful again.
We paused on the road, and yelled back a thankful "gracias" to our friend on the moto, then continued on our journey. Fifteen minutes of solid dirt road, and pulled up to our gate at the finca. It was quite the ...