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  • 1. Our Incredible Journey to Costa Rica By: Rachel Pinson and Janson Gladden
  • 2. Our Flight• We chose to combine our flight and hotel. We are going to San Jose, Costa Rica next veinte de junio veinte cero uno trece . We are flying from Atlanta (Hartsfield- Jackson International). We are leaving at son las ocho de la manana. We will arrive in San Jose at once de la manana. We are going to come back veintidos junio veinte cero uno trece. The cost of the roundtrip tickets and hotel is 1,503.22 dollars. We
  • 3. Our Hotel• Our hotel is the Casa Conde Hotel and Suites. We are staying in a room with two double beds. Our hotel is close to the Gold Museum, National Museum and the National Theater. Our room overlooks the city and mountains. The room also includes complimentary toiletries, a hair dryer, and a makeup/shaving mirror. We also get wired and wireless Internet access (surcharge), and we get premium
  • 4. Gold Museum• Our first place we will visit is the local Gold Museum. It is a subterranean museum under the Plaza de la Cultura in central San Jose. It has an amazing collection of gold jewelry created by Costa Ricas original inhabitants.
  • 5. National Museum of Costa Rica• The museum has pre-Columbian artifacts and cannons from the colonial period. The museum is organized thematically in a counter clockwise direction from the entrance with artifacts related to Costa Ricas geological, colonial, archaeological, religious and modern history. The museum had a notable collection of pre-Columbian stone tables and ceramics.
  • 6. The Butterfly Farm• Visitors receive a guided tour that lasts approximately 2 hours. Tours are offered four times daily at 8:30 a.m., 11:00 a.m., 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. Accompanied by an experienced guide, the tour proceeds through The Butterfly Garden. It is an enclosed tropical garden where perhaps over a thousand butterflies are flying, feeding, mating, and laying eggs.
  • 7. Pictures This is the office at the Butterfly Farm This is the Gold Museum.
  • 8. This is theNational PicturesMuseum inCosta Rica This is our hotel

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