Travel Blogs from San Jose, Costa Rica

Sort by Newest Best first

From sea to mountains, Chirripo National Park, Costa Rica travel blog

From sea to mountains

A travel blog entry by ilseandced

5
8

... 's looked better than mine) and ate pippas (green coconuts) straight from the tree. Now we just arrived next to the highest mountain in Costa Rica (about 3700 metres high). Pity enough we won't have time to climb it but we'll do a day hike around here ...

Short stop over in San Jose, San Jose, Costa Rica travel blog

Short stop over in San Jose

A travel blog entry by cwright2

1

... for dinner (I guess I wanted to comfort myself with the familiar), and had a few drinks in our hotel room and watched tv. San Jose greatly improved for me the next day when Ryan arrived. It was great to have a familiar face and to catch up on ...

Thursday, April 14th, San Jose, Costa Rica travel blog

Thursday, April 14th

A travel blog entry by ilseandced

5
2

... going day in San Jose. After a long night of sleep, we went to the Museo Nacional, an old fortress transformed into a museum after Costa Rica enacted the dismantling of its army in 1948. The museum is well setup, with nice displays of the history of ...

Blog entry, March 31st 2004, San Jose, Costa Rica travel blog

Blog entry, March 31st 2004

A travel blog entry by mchavez

... they're hanging around on the beach, and some penguins. Cute... In the afternoon we took a bus to Lima and the next day I flew to San Jose, one more time. Here I am now and tomorrow I'll fly to Miami to start my Tour de USA. I still haven't decided if ...

Manuel Antonio back to San Jose, San Jose, Costa Rica travel blog

Manuel Antonio back to San Jose

A travel blog entry by bruceontour

26

A possible sleep in day as we have a 11.20 am departure from Manuel Antonio back to San Jose. So after yesterday’s late breakfast at 9.30 am when it was packed at Backpacker’s Paradise Costa Linda, ventured down their again early at 7.30 am ...

San Jose - Sunday and it’s closed, San Jose, Costa Rica travel blog

San Jose - Sunday and it’s closed

A travel blog entry by bruceontour

1
301

... / US $ 27. My medium rare was in fact more medium than rare. Wanted some red meat. San José is the capital of Costa Rica, head of the province of San José, and the nation's largest city. Located in the Central Valley, San José is the seat of national ...

HIGHLIGHTS Sun 29 Dec: San Jose, San Jose, Costa Rica travel blog

HIGHLIGHTS Sun 29 Dec: San Jose

A travel blog entry by bruceontour

91

Another changeover of the group and therefore a free day in San Jose. Running order: Centro Nacional de la Cultura (closed), Plaza de la Libeertad, Parque National, Calle 17, Plaza de la Democracia, China town, Plaza de la Democracia, Iglesia La ...

Blog entry, December 29th 2003, San Jose, Costa Rica travel blog

Blog entry, December 29th 2003

A travel blog entry by mchavez

... . Thus we´ve been spending the past six days in Puerto Viejo, which is on the Caribbean coast in the Northeast of Costa Rica. It´s a great place, although a bit touristy, but there are numerous beautiful beaches close by and we´ve explored almost ...

We like Costa Rica, San Jose, Costa Rica travel blog

We like Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by shanstravels

1

Went back to SJ, stayed the night in a hostel, caught the Tica bus north, met a nice lady and her kids, got invited to pick coffee beans next time I go to Costa Rica, havent been back yet but it sounds like a nice idea. ...

Making the most of my last two days., San José, Costa Rica travel blog

Making the most of my last two days.

A travel blog entry by will

... out. The first problem was a busted radiator hose in the minivan. Had this have happened in guatemala I'd have been scared, but Costa Rica felt a little safer. After about half an hour we scored a ride with another tourist bus, but not five minutes up ...

Sort by Newest Best first