After getting checked in to the Hotel, we took a cab (per our guide's suggestion, we told the driver "Maria, por favor" which reminds them to reset the meter since they sometimes "forget") back downtown to the Mueseo de Oro (Gold Museum). The gold exhibit was closed for renovations, but we did get to see a history of the coffee token (what workers were paid with before they had real money) and some local art. After that, we headed to McDonald's and Taco Bell for lunch (when in Rome, do as Romans do) and then to the Teatro Nacional (National Theater). The theater was built from 1890-1897 since Costa Rica did not previously have anywhere that artists could perform. Our tour guide for that, Chris, also told us that San Jose was the third city in the world to have electric power (after New York and Paris), which I thought was interesting.
Back at the hotel once again, we had dinner here (I had a Filet Mignon with chocolate cake for dessert), then I snapped a few pictures of the front of the hotel (2) and then the jacuzzi with the moon in the background before heading off to bed.