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TravelPod Member ReviewsHemingway Inn San Jose
Nice place. Reasonable rates. VERY helpful staff. Great location.
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Monday 30 December 2013 Today we were picked up from our hotel at 8:30am for our white water rafting trip down to San Jose. We would travel around 90 mins to the rafting point. Or group of 9 were split up and we ended up with Mike and myself, Anina and Katharina, Alyce and Zoe on our raft with our guide Carlos. There was a safety briefing and then …
Monday 16th December (Beethoven's birthday)
Left La Fortuna on a public bus at 12 and passed through some great countryside. Coffee for as far as the eye could see in all directions.
San Jose is the capital city of Costa Rica. As soon as we turned off the pan American we hit traffic jams and smelly lorries....and MacDonald's, …
... visited the Tabacon hot springs where the hot water from the volcano and cold water from the river merges to create a warm stream, very relaxing. This was followed by a chocolate making class where we were shown and also helped to make chocolate from the cocoa beans through to the final product. This involved drying the cocoa beans out, taking off the shell, grinding the beans up 4 times and then this is added to milk and sugar to make milk chocolate. Travel blogs ...
... time we decided we had better buy, an onward ticket from Costa Rica to Panama in advance so we bought night bus open tickets to Panama City. We got the 2pm bus and the trip across the border was uneventful. However we knew in Costa Rica we were definitely going tonhave tp have our onwards travel plans confirmed before crossing.eventually a long trip ensued and being located near the end and the bus toilet was a sickeningly smelly trip and was almost unbearable. Thankfully a ...
... to go to this huge police station that is actually located in the neighborhood I lived in when I studied abroad. So luckily I knew where it was and the officers there were really helpful. I had to wait in line and hand over my passport with a picture of myself. Finally, after 2 hours of waiting I got called back into a little sketchy room to do some more waiting. Then it was time for my "interview." I was asked about a million questions, in Spanish, before I ...