Margarita Airport Hotel, San Jose
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Margarita Airport Hotel, San Jose Alajuela
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... Normally when food is included at a hostel, it is prepared for the masses and dished out like school dinners but this was more like cafe quality, a very pleasant surprise.
We had booked transport to take us to Santa Elena Reserve, which is a cloud forest and as the name suggests, it's almost always in the clouds. The place is very moist with a fine mist everywhere but it ensures that everything is very green. In addition to the ...
... For me, these two weeks have been interesting, to say the least. I
have been challenged by the students in a much different manner than previous
experiences, but I feel like I have learned a lot while I've been here. I love
the smiling faces at Manos, and feel like we made a huge difference in the
Jireh clinic. I hope the students are getting more out of these two weeks than
they are alluding to, and I hope the ...
... sticks) once you get started you really don't have time to stop, so they will not be as frustrating as they first seem. The first 4 zip lines will be short sitting position lines, where you are hooked in from the waist, and have your dominant hand behind you on the wire to control speed, don't worry you will wear a glove. After a quick repel you will arrive at the 800 meter zip line that will take you across a small valley. you will have time as you ...
... an hour we hit an area of steep descent down a mountain that I really loved maneuvering. Semi trucks came from the other direction and had little choice but to use both sides of the road. Driving was like a roller coaster ride as we twisted and turned our way around the mountains...and people on bicycles...and roadside vendors...and so on. I looked over at Heather in the passenger seat and saw a frozen look of terror on her face as she held a white-knuckle grip on the ...
... 8230; The waterfall itself careens down a verdant, 150 foot cliff, only to hammer the aquamarine pool below in a roaring alluvium of whitewater.
Lunch was a tasty dish of rice and chicken (seeing a pattern with the meals here?) with a side salad, followed by an hour shopping in the town of Fortuna. Edgar explained that many of the townspeople had been compensated with housing there for relocating after the eruption ...