Prado Inn & Suites
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
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... steak next to me! You certainly would have know it if someone slapped you round the face with that big chunk of protein! I'm not quite sure what he thought of me when I asked him what the size of his steak was, but how could you not ask when it almost covered a chopping board? His Rib Eye was 400grams, for your information and looked quite succulent too! It turned out to be a pleasant afternoon chatting to Mark from Andorra with 2 degrees and watching a bit ...
... visits, discussions about life in Costa Rica and its controversial aspects. Today we visited a 100 year old family factory that makes everything wood: chimes, necklaces, bowls etc...from local trees. Costa Rica has a very strict sustainability policy. A licence must be obtained and new trees must be planted as replacements. Next we drove to a coffee plantation where we had lunch and had ...
... I've already seen quite a few iPhone 6's here, so I don't think cell phone stealing is any worse than a large US city.
I did my research online before we left, and found that Kölbi had the best 3G coverage across the country and had very affordable pre-paid plans. How affordable? How about $1 per day data, and 2.5 hours of calling anywhere in the country for $5? The data is solid 3G ...
... hostel we were a little early to check in so we wondered the nearby streets and got some food. Once we got our beds, the partying from the cruise and the early start from the flight had taken it's toll and we all slept for a couple of hours before heading out for dinner. The. It was an early night for us as we booked to go on a tour through the ...
... by lush green foliage- it was a hidden oasis which we used to soothe our aching muscles. We couldn't rest for too long as we had a chocolate making lesson to attend! We were immediately put to work by separating the roasted cocoa beans from their shells. We then ground the beans three times to make a paste, we put this 100% cocoa into steamed milk to make hot chocolate- even with sugar, this was a little bitter for me. The remaining cocoa mass was used to ...