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TravelPod Member ReviewsCondo Casa Inn San Jose
Very nice and quiet hostel.
I can definitely recommend it to anyone who wants inexpensive accommodations. It is safe, has a kitchen with washing mashine that is shared with other tenants, but when I was there, I was the only occupant, so I had the entire apartement to myself.
I will stay there again.
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... only from 8-9am. Adriana made piles of small but chunky pancakes, and I devoured 4 of them with maple syrup and pineapple slices. Then, I went with Alex to the city centre by bus on account of his lack of time before he had to catch a bus to Panama. We had a lovely smoothie, a stone's throw away from Chinatown and wandered to Parque Espaņa where there was plenty going on, such as some typical Costa Rican dancing, then in different parts of the park there were ...
... we got on the bus and were driving around. San Jose is beautiful! We've been walking around and all that jazz. We ate at this AMAZING authentic restaurant and it was a great start to being here. The food was so amazing. :) We've just been sitting around in the hotel goofing off. I've been taking pictures on my camera and hanging out in Ian's room. Ian has been dancing, cars have been honking, it's been a blast and it's only the first night. I'm excited for the rest of the trip ...
... to see my friends when they walked into the hostel, not just because they were kind enough to take home some of my excess luggage, but because I hadn't seen them or anyone I knew (pre-traveling) for almost 8 months. It was awesome catching up with them over some sparkling flavoured Costa Rican wine I found at the shop.
Costa Rica is a catholic country, so it shouldn't have surprised me that they celebrated Easter religiously, but I was a ...
Whoa!.... Traffic rules are on the books but the majority of people don't follow them! It is quite an experience to drive in the capital. For the most part, no problem. We have been driving here for over 20 years. You get used to it! Actually, I enjoy it. You must remain alert, try to avoid the high traffic times, and everything is ok. ...
... the tour we were all ready to return to home base. I changed into sweats, drank some warm tea and tried to get warm until spanish class at 7.
Tomorrow after work we are making handmade corn tortillas, then having a guest speaker who is a nurse manager in the area in to talk about how socialized healthcare works (and doesn't work) in Costa Rica. After that it will be pack and prepare for a weekend on the Caribbean which we leave for Friday right after work!