Posada Amon Inn
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Wheelchair accessibility
Travel Blogs from San Jose
... of the construction on the main road. The taxi came and we got in with two other girls who were taking the same bus. The bus was called Tica bus. It was an expensive one but we decided that we wanted to make it back to Canada in one piece so we would just pay the price and suck it up. We got to the his station and they had us filling out a bunch of customs forms. They also asked us for our plane tickets as proof that we ...
... morning as most store fronts and businesses were still closed. So we bought some fruit and baked goods for the bus and opted for a coffee at the Terminal San Jose bus station before heading to the coast. The bus made a few stops along the way in nearby coastal towns including the city of Limon which provided a great opportunity to snack on empanadas before the last bit of our ride in. We were dropped off in the middle of PV at a ...
... of "Most Innovative City of the year" as awarded by the Wall Street Journal in 2013, and has achieved this through clever planning - including introducing gondolas and escalators which reach out to the poorest parts of the city in the mountains. We spent a couple of days riding the gondolas and metro around town and struggling to understand the impossible dialect (and there we were thinking our Spanish had improved).
... There are cheaper options in the town itself, but I thought it would be nice to be in a jungle environment. It was great, falling asleep to the sound of the jungle, waking up at 5am to a beautiful sunrise, mosquito net on the bed, perfect. And very friendly and helpful people.
2 Los Mineros http://www.losminerosguesthouse.info/ I had this place to myself too. It is owned by a couple, she was in France, he ...
... perfect for me and a nice steak for Wayne. Both satisfied we walk back to the hostel to pack. The train noises confirm I am glad not to sleep here tonight though sleeping on a bus is hard too. At 10.45 we order a taxi to the bus station and arrive at 11.10 where security is tight . Our paperwork is checked and again we have to confirm our onward plans and money is available for the border checks. At midnight the bus leave San Jose which is nestled in the valley surriunded by mountains and ...