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  1. #5035
    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnySax  [View Original Post]
    The Lodge is the place for guys who can't handle the Del Rey where the real action is, but you got to play it right and know how to negotiate and it helps if you speak Spanish. IMHO. The Lodge has a lot of fans but they're guys who can't handle the DR IMHO.
    What exactly is there to handle? It's not rocket science.

  2. #5034

    Business as usual at New Fantasy

    Arrived at New Fantasy and picked Jimena. I did not see any change from the last time I visited five years ago, so it appears business as usual. A beautiful half Tican half Italian knockout. I did the half hour, but blew too quickly from her BBJ, so I added another half hour and had a good full service session. Total damage was $100.00 USD. 40 $ for each half hour and $20.00 for the BBJ. The only turn off was she was a little dirty. I gave her a massage afterward and noticed she had dirty feet, which indicated she did not shower before the session. She was wearing shoes, so it is not like it happened walking down to the room. I did DATY on her and she tasted fine, but I showered right before coming and expect ladies in the business to do the same.

  3. #5033

    Don't walk near the trannies

    Quote Originally Posted by BatInTheCity  [View Original Post]
    Don't be foolish. I got jumped by trannies one night and learned my lesson. After dinner time it.

    Is a must.
    They're hawking on street corners, not hiding out waiting to jump people. Plus they aren't going to do much effective running in high heels. Lolol There are plenty of walkers in the Gulch and nearby areas during the early evening and they aren't all fools.

    That said, it is best that newbies and other guys that don't know their way around to cab it.

  4. #5032

    Cab it at night

    Quote Originally Posted by Just121  [View Original Post]
    It gets dark at like 6 pm. At what time do you consider it not safe to walk at night. As soon as it gets dark or 10 pm?
    Don't be foolish. I got jumped by trannies one night and learned my lesson. After dinner time it.

    Is a must.

  5. #5031

    I agree is best advice for a newbie

    Quote Originally Posted by Qualude  [View Original Post]
    After dark take a cab. It only cost a couple of bucks to take a cab. Look at it as cheap insurance. I agree with the others who advise not to take a cab that sits directly outside the Del Rey or Sportsmen's they are ripoffs.
    The problem in CR generally is your typical taxi driver can't find his ass with both hands, and / or they are trying to game you. And addresses are useless if you provide streets, even on business cards, as most think in terms of landmarks. Is true that they all know where the Del Rey is, as well as the Holiday Inn. But other spots in the Gringo Gulch, good luck. To avoid the nonsense I often walk up until about 10 pm. Life involves risks, but they are minimal if you avoid the park.

  6. #5030
    Quote Originally Posted by Just121  [View Original Post]
    It gets dark at like 6 pm. At what time do you consider it not safe to walk at night. As soon as it gets dark or 10 pm?
    After dark take a cab. It only cost a couple of bucks to take a cab. Look at it as cheap insurance. I agree with the others who advise not to take a cab that sits directly outside the Del Rey or Sportsmen's they are ripoffs.

  7. #5029
    It gets dark at like 6 pm. At what time do you consider it not safe to walk at night. As soon as it gets dark or 10 pm?

  8. #5028

    SL to HDR

    Quote Originally Posted by Paulie97  [View Original Post]
    Just don't walk through the park. LOL Old news. You can take a cab if you want, but keep in mind if you deal with the vultures sitting out front, Sportsman's or Del Rey, the price will be double what you'the pay if you walk to the corner and catch a cab driving by. Your vacation. Your choice.
    I agree. If you really must walk from SL to HDR, stay alongside the Yellow House and then stay alongside the Culture Center and then use the underpass to walk to Ave 1. Turn right on Ave 1 and go past Colonial Casino to HDR\Blue Marlin entrance. If you must.

  9. #5027

    Its not confusing

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnySax  [View Original Post]
    I am pretty brave and have walked from the SL to the DR because I know the ropes and I usually carry a switchblade or pepper spray in my pocket, in my hand.

    BUT, that said, I would not really advise anyone to walk from the Sportsman's to the Del Rey. It's dark, if you go the wrong way you can get accosted by trannies who might roll you or worse, and it's a bit confusing even if you know the way to the DR.
    Just don't walk through the park. LOL Old news. You can take a cab if you want, but keep in mind if you deal with the vultures sitting out front, Sportsman's or Del Rey, the price will be double what you'the pay if you walk to the corner and catch a cab driving by. Your vacation. Your choice.

  10. #5026

    Don't agree

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnySax  [View Original Post]
    The Lodge is the place for guys who can't handle the Del Rey where the real action is, but you got to play it right and know how to negotiate and it helps if you speak Spanish. IMHO. The Lodge has a lot of fans but they're guys who can't handle the DR IMHO.
    As has been noted a lot of the Del Rey girls also work the Sportman's Lodge. Difference is the SL screens out the problem girls while the Del Rey could give a fuck. The bartenders also aren't trying to fuck you at every turn, so though many of us can "handle" the De Rey, we prefer the more relaxed atmosphere of the SL. Food also is quite good at the SL IF you know what to order, and prices are lower than the Del Rey.

    But it isn't an either / or proposition. Sportman's starts to wind down around 11 so afterwards many go to the Del Rey or a strip club.

  11. #5025

    Agreed.

    Agreed to not walk to DR at night from SL. We only do during day time if have a wingman or two. If we feel like walking and there's no rain.

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnySax  [View Original Post]
    I am pretty brave and have walked from the SL to the DR because I know the ropes and I usually carry a switchblade or pepper spray in my pocket, in my hand.

    BUT, that said, I would not really advise anyone to walk from the Sportsman's to the Del Rey. It's dark, if you go the wrong way you can get accosted by trannies who might roll you or worse, and it's a bit confusing even if you know the way to the DR.

    Better to just bite the bullet and take a cab.

    Sometimes what we do is walk down the street to the next block to get a cab, to save a couple bucks. But. Not really worth it.

    Always ask the cabbie if he's using his "maria" (meter) - a lot of the cabbies around there are piratas and they'll gouge you which is one reason I hate using them. If they don't have or use a maria at least agree on the price. And if they have a maria note if they go out of their way and tell them you know what's up. I've seen guys go 6 blocks out of their way to run up the bill.

  12. #5024

    I wouldn't walk to DR from SL

    Quote Originally Posted by Kooper  [View Original Post]
    ...

    You can go to Sportsmen and have a drink and grab some food check out the talent and head to Del Rey for a short walk with another wingman you find or grab taxi for a couple bucks. Sportsmen will call a taxi but usually has one or two guys waiting there. Del Rey is literally a 3-5 minute taxi ride from Sportsmen's. Amistad is a 3 minute walk from Sporstmens. Personally, I like Amistad bar better but others like Sportsmen. Just depends.
    I am pretty brave and have walked from the SL to the DR because I know the ropes and I usually carry a switchblade or pepper spray in my pocket, in my hand.

    BUT, that said, I would not really advise anyone to walk from the Sportsman's to the Del Rey. It's dark, if you go the wrong way you can get accosted by trannies who might roll you or worse, and it's a bit confusing even if you know the way to the DR.

    Better to just bite the bullet and take a cab.

    Sometimes what we do is walk down the street to the next block to get a cab, to save a couple bucks. But. Not really worth it.

    Always ask the cabbie if he's using his "maria" (meter) - a lot of the cabbies around there are piratas and they'll gouge you which is one reason I hate using them. If they don't have or use a maria at least agree on the price. And if they have a maria note if they go out of their way and tell them you know what's up. I've seen guys go 6 blocks out of their way to run up the bill.

  13. #5023

    Couldn't agree more

    Quote Originally Posted by Qualude  [View Original Post]
    Sportsmen Lodge lodge is over priced and a waste of time and money. It is a good place to watch a ballgame or other sporting event and that's about it. The chicas, at the Sportsmen, are average to below average and certainly not worth a trip to Central America for. The food is mediocre. La Amistad, right down the street from Sportsmen, is a way better value for your money and the food is superior there. For ladies go the Del Rey. It is the best game in town.
    I go to Sportsman's only for some food and just to see some talent while eating, LOL. Only once have I ever seen one there who I seriously considered going with, most of them are 7's at best IMHO.

    And really the food isn't that good either to me, but my wingman likes to eat there so I go along. As long as the music isn't too loud. Which it used to be, was better last time. It is an okay place to eat but overpriced.

    The Lodge is the place for guys who can't handle the Del Rey where the real action is, but you got to play it right and know how to negotiate and it helps if you speak Spanish. IMHO. The Lodge has a lot of fans but they're guys who can't handle the DR IMHO.

  14. #5022

    Hotels.

    Several options I know that are common:

    Next best in my opinion would be La Amistad and then Hotel El Castillo which is also managed by the same people and recently opened right down the street. They also do an all-inclusive deal which makes it easy for food and drinks.

    You have Hotel Taormina which has a mini-casino and is also nice. Hotel Little Havana. Zona 2 actually has 4 large suites and it's also a massage parlor so you just walk downstairs daily for convenience. Hotel Morazan. Some of the main ones that I can think of off the top of my head but I know there are others that some regular vets can probably elaborate on.

    Probably want move to "hotel" thread as well some info there.

    Quote Originally Posted by Beavis  [View Original Post]
    What is the preferred hotel these days in San Jose? Not interested in the Del Rey or the Sportsmans. I have been to Costa Rica 23 times and am fluent in Spanish just haven't been in almost 5 years.

  15. #5021

    Hotels

    What is the preferred hotel these days in San Jose? Not interested in the Del Rey or the Sportsmans. I have been to Costa Rica 23 times and am fluent in Spanish just haven't been in almost 5 years.

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