Travel Blogs from San Jose, Costa Rica

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Capital city, San Jose, Costa Rica travel blog

Capital city

A travel blog entry by luciecox

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In the city once again but not for long. I am a little over the place that have nothing on offer. To live here must be great provided you have a job, a social life etc... but apart from a bunch of museums and a nice enough town centre, with loads of shop ...

Costa Rica, San Jose, Costa Rica travel blog

Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by bridgetwes91185

... seat! So I sat and waited patiently!! I had luck! Some one didn't show! So I paied 26.00 dollars for a ticket to San Jose Costa Rica! It was a pretty long bus ride,had to pay taxes for Nicaragua, get stamped out of Nicaragua, , then finally stamped in to ...

The real first day of classes, San JoseSo today was the first real day of classes.  Classes, Costa Rica travel blog

The real first day of classes

A travel blog entry by chuckonearth

So today was the first real day of classes.  Classes start at 8am and go till noon, with a 30min break in between.  There are a total of eight people in my class and it turns out Rike is one of them.  I seriously got lucky because we got a ...

Flug nach Costa Rica, San Jose, Costa Rica travel blog

Flug nach Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by bernd_koss

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... Einwohner. Außerdem ist es die Hauptstadt der gleichnamigen Provinz San José und die größte Stadt des Landes. San José liegt im Zentrum von Costa Rica in der Hochebene Valle Central 1.170 Meter über dem Meeresspiegel. Nachdem sie noch 1950 nur ...

San Jose drie, San Jose, Costa Rica travel blog

San Jose drie

A travel blog entry by micheleen

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Na een lange reis, langer dan gepland vanwege een stop aan de grens met Costa Rica van meer dan twee uur, kwamen we aan in San Jose. Aangezien we low budget willen reizen en even geen zin hadden om nog op zoek te gaan naar een hotel zijn we direct vanaf ...

Costa Rica, San Jose, Costa Rica travel blog

Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by bridgetwes91185

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... seat! So I sat and waited patiently!! I had luck! Some one didn't show! So I paied 26.00 dollars for a ticket to San Jose Costa Rica! It was a pretty long bus ride,had to pay taxes for Nicaragua, get stamped out of Nicaragua, , then finally stamped in to ...

Coffee and Casinos, San Jose, Costa Rica travel blog

Coffee and Casinos

A travel blog entry by mikesprake

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... but we strolled around taking in the hustle and bustle of the place agreeing that any return visit to Costa Rica could happily be done without venturing into San Jose. As evening fell we headed out and found a locals bar showing the Costa Rica v Panama ...

My political and economic ramblings of Costa Rica, San Jose, Costa Rica travel blog

My political and economic ramblings of Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by chuckonearth

... environment.   You would think that foreign investment would be great for any developing country.  I think it has helped Costa Rica in many respects, but Costa Rica has also been taken advantage of.  Lots of foreign companies, like Intel ...

Ein gemischtes Wochenende, Escazu, Costa Rica travel blog

Ein gemischtes Wochenende

A travel blog entry by kniefi

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... . Oh Gott! Aber gut - Christian und ich fahren zu seiner Cousine - Silke - und machen in den Bergen von Escazú einen Wanderausflug. Costa Rica bietet nämlich nicht nur Sonne, Strand und Meer, sondern auch super Berge zum Wandern. Mit dem Auto geht es an ...

Am Morgen Fahrt zum Flughafen, San Jose, Costa Rica travel blog

Am Morgen Fahrt zum Flughafen

A travel blog entry by bernd_koss

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... mehr Geld zu sein und der Tourismus wird groß geschrieben. Aber den Charme des naturreichen Landes mit westlicher Zivilisation hat Costa Rica spätestens seit der Finanzkrise 2009 eingebüßt. Längst nicht mehr kann das Land sich als die Schweiz von ...

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