Angels Hotel

Address: 75 metros al sur de la Embajada de Nicaragua, San Jose, Province of San Jose, Costa Rica | B&B
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This B&B, located on 75 metros al sur de la Embajada de Nicaragua, San Jose, is near Jade Museum (Museo Nacional del Jade), Parque Nacional Braulio Carrillo, Spirogyra Butterfly Garden, and Templo de la Musica.
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    Travel Blogs from San Jose


    A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Feb 27, 2015

    ... until at least ten o'clock. It feels like I'm ready to re-enter The Real World. There's no trepedation and I'm looking forward to carving a new chapter of my life. But I still have a few things to wrap up here first :-D

    We hit San Jose too late to continue on to anywhere we want to go (we all split ways for a little at this point). Instead we headed to a different hostel closer to the main downtown area ...

    Intro to San Jose

    A travel blog entry by shanstravels on Oct 26, 2014

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    I arrived at the airport after having a nice long nap on the plane. I walked outside the plane terminal to many taxis offering rides into the city for $25 but I walk for about one minute past them and take a bus into the city for $1. It's good to budget so when you find something really exciting you can splurge on ...

    Pura Vida!

    A travel blog entry by frubia on Jul 27, 2014

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    While travelling around in Costa Rica, we try to explore the way of life and creativity of the locals as much as possible. One thing is for sure: Costa Rica is a home country of life-enjoyers! Most of the time, locals greet each other by saying 'Pura Vida!' (Pure life!) to each other. Locals also say 'Pura Vida!' to each other, when they are pleased with a certain situation. The concept of 'Pura Vida' reflects the Costa ...


    A travel blog entry by daytraveling on Apr 23, 2014

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    ... of the water is either rain water or from the lakes and streams.

    -You rarely see a lawn mower. Sometimes they use a weed-eater but most of the time they cut grass, by hand, with a machete.

    -Almost all of the Guatemalan people use an open air fire for cooking.

    -Many places don't have electricity. Most still have dirt floors.

    -Outside of the cities, even the major highways are bad and often not paved. The ones that are ...

    Day 4 Begins

    A travel blog entry by lccmissions on Apr 01, 2014


    Yesterday was an incredible day! There is nothing like serving on a team that is this talented and hard working. God has been so good, working to renew, refresh, and encourage each of us in new ways. Wish that our families could experience this with us.Happy Birthday Peyton (a day late). Love you Babe.- Buck

    Hogar de Vida is an amazing place. The words you read in ...