Hotel Milvia

Address: San Jose, Province of San Jose, 2050, Costa Rica | B&B
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Travel Blogs from San Jose

San Jose, Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by ivoyvonne on Jul 22, 2014

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As we spent more time than planned in Central America, we had to skip Costa Rica and stayed only for one night in San Jose, which turned out to be completely different, than expected. Costa Rica is known for its rainforest and its beaches. As we stood in the capital, we didn't see either. But is was very modern, you could pay anywhere with US Dollars and as all the fast food chains were there we finally got to try Taco Bell :-) and it was better than ...

It's a jungle out there...

A travel blog entry by colin on Jun 20, 2014

1 comment, 40 photos

... almost deafened headed back to the hostel to watch France play Switzerland, and have lunch. The locals were still partying several hours later, and I suspect it went on all night.

So that is it for now. Tomorrow a new adventure (and another football game or two).


Notes

1 Belo Horizonte Jungle Hostel http://bhjunglehostel.com/. About 3 k's out of town, up a rough track, not really ...

Observations

A travel blog entry by daytraveling on Apr 23, 2014

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We stayed in Costa Rica one night on our way to Panama where we have a job lined-up. It looked like Miami, Florida with casino's and high-rise apartments. We passed by other towns such as Jaco, Playa Hermosa, and Uvita. Costa Rica didn't look anything like the rest of Central America. It was much nicer and much more expensive.

Until now we have been roughing it. Working and volunteering our way from Belize to Nicaragua, we have encountered so ...

Hello Costa Rica, goodbye Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by mcdermk7 on Feb 07, 2014

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... there now. We had no idea what to do so we decide to trust the random guy that wants to shove us into the back of his car (slight exaggeration, he wasn't totally random, he was a Taximan!). He takes every sort of back street and short corner he knows and gets us across town with 5 mins to spare for a direct (and much comfier than public) bus to Sixola (the border!). Crisis averted, we'd found another Central American angel and were on our way to ...

Pura Vida!

A travel blog entry by zuleima on Feb 05, 2014

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... all we really needed was a map to help us get around. We made our way the National Theatre first, then the Metropolitan Cathedral, and the Plaza de la Cultura. All beautiful sites to see. Afterwards, I made my way to the National Museum (only $2 if you have your student ID). This was nice because it really had the history of Costa Rica mapped out from forever ago. It was nice to read about all the influences the country has had throughout the years. ...