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Travel Blogs from San Jose
Despite my long delay in San Salvador... My short flight to San Jose was great. I got three seats all to myself, so I stretched out, laid back, and relaxed. Landing was a bit turbulent, yet I made it through immigration and customs quickly and with no problems. As I fought through the crowd to get outside, at least 10 different cabbies asked me if I needed a taxi. I politely said no and made my way through the crowd so ...
... Rican government and its minions seem to be very concerned with making sure each visitor is LEAVING the country. At this point in the trip, none of us are sure why they are making such a fuss, but inevitably this is going to be revealed.
After a three hour and forty minute flight, we touched down in San Jose, Costa Rica. A feeling of relief and increased excitement had certainly taken over the group. Our time in airports and planes has ...
Sunday afternoon me and Kellie went along with our host, Ofelia, to her Aunt`s 86th birthday party. I was still pretty exhausted from travelling and everyone was speaking Spanish obviously so it was quite hard work but everyone was really friendly. I learnt that Costa Rica has no postal service (!!!) and that people here are really into brushing their teeth! I could just about understand the Spanish if people weren't talking too crazy quickly but every ...
... out since we were a bit tired from traveling, but we decided to make use of the opportunity.
Everyone was from a different country. There were travelers from America, Holland, Germany, Canada, everyone. I love hostels because I get to meet people who are much more accomplished and awesome than I am. We met a guy who works 6 months of the year and then travels for 6 months. I was so envious of his life. I actually met a guy from B'more as well. Bmore represent!
... above the box seat door knobs; the mirrored door push plates used to exit the box seats; and even the signage for the restrooms were unique.
After exploring as much of the ground floor as we could we set our sights on the second floor. The marble staircase reminded us of places we had seen in Europe. I think the overall themes and details were every bit as good as some of the palaces we have been through.
For example, the ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed