No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
Photos of Hemingway Inn
TravelPod Member ReviewsHemingway Inn San Jose
Nice place. Reasonable rates. VERY helpful staff. Great location.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Hemingway Inn San Jose
Travel Blogs from San Jose
... is equally breezy! We arrive back at Casa Yami to do some laundry loads, catch up on emails, and weigh ourselves (relieved the bags treks, hikes, and swims have miraculously paid off with all this good food around). Then out with the gang we go for an afternoon of shopping and to search for a bank! Dane and I literally are left with 1000 colones which sounds like a lot but is equivalent to approximately 2 dollars US. We arrive at a ...
... apply for one online and hope that there are no problems with our application. While we start doing this our panic subsides a little ... looks like lots of people forget to get visa's. A queue starts to form around us waiting for the iPad to be passed on to the next numptys.
Once on the plane we started to relax and by the time we were in Atlanta it was time to eat! So having never been to America before I had ...
As you may have guessed from the title its a little more expensive than we had previously thought / budgeted but we made it work and we're really happy with the plan. We have a good variety of environments which should allow us to see all that we wanted in CR. I'm not going to hint at what we hope to see, so the blog will have a few surprises but one thing we are really hoping to see is a wild sloth, 2 species exist in Costa ...
We arrived in San Jose, Costa Ricas capital and stopped here to get our bearings and make a plan of how to tackle the country. We ventured into the city to go and see the National Theatre and find some tourist information. The city is very run down and was not really somewhere we wanted hang out in for too long and as for information, forget it. They have the biggest potholes in ...
We had an early start from Savegre because Johnny was worried about traffic, in event we were not troubled. Climbing out of the valley, it was quite a pull with our laden van, but made it without having to push! Up onto the Pan American Highway then on to La Trinidad which is a community supported by Exodus. Their community involvement is exemplary, at the moment they are supporting this community and have bought table tennis table, microwave etc for the ...