Los Saules

Los Sauces, San Jose, Province of San Jose, 736-1002, Costa Rica | Hotel
Prices starting from $46.00

Travel Blogs from San Jose

Arriving in Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by alliero

... San Jose. The hotel is awesome! It has a very open air feel to it. I'm in a room with two other girls and they're both awesome, so that worked out well. There's one giant bed and one twin bed. The room is up and down a bunch of stairs so it was hard to get the luggage there though! The room has it's own bathroom and windows. The only issue with the windows is that it's super loud all day/night long. There are tons ...

Last day for La Intrepid Familia

A travel blog entry by mini_v


... last transfer sad!). 45mins later, we stopped and the driver told us that the bus had overheated! Had to wait for the engine to cool down for around 20mins, then drove to the nearest soda/comedor for some shade/drinks while we wait for the next bus. No alcohol there but Jane was prepared with her canned Cuba Libres!

New bus came pretty quickly and off we headed to San Jose. Traffic ...

La pura vida

A travel blog entry by lisasadventures


... season tropical forest in the backdrop. Ju gave me a really valuable piece of travel advice before I left: "watch one sunrise and one sunset at each place you visit." In our time in playa hermosa we watched 2 sunrises, 2 sunsets, an epic moon rise, and a moon set. Thanks Ju :) Later that same day we set out to look for the two waterfalls, that everyone who lived in the area said were within a 30min walk of the place we were staying. Perfect! Except that everyone ...

San Jose

A travel blog entry by simoncole


... dis-function, Malls, Plazas police and more MacDonald's.

Our charming hotel was visited by Ernest Hemingway twice and was well placed in the relatively nice historic centre right next to where the boy ladies and the prostitutes hang out (that's the Del Rey Hotel - I suggest back packers avoid it.)

Tuesday 17th December

Spent much of the day resting (Marian had a bit of a cold) ...

Final thoughts

A travel blog entry by tbuild2


Last day
Today we packed up our luggage and boarded the buses at 7 a.m. to begin our journey to Manuel Antonio National Park and San Jose. We enjoyed the bus ride along the coast though African Palm fields, past mountains and over rivers.

The entrance to the national park was lush and green. We hiked along a rocky trail through the rain forest and saw white-faced monkeys, howler monkeys, butterflies, birds, and a sloth. The white sand beach of the tranquil ...


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