Castle Tam Hostel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCastle Tam Hostel San Pedro
A good hostel, with a nice atmosphere and very friendly and helpful staff. The city was deserted and closed over easter, and the staff made an effort to still make our stay in San Jose a good one. Two kitchens, good wifi, and a good breakfast!
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We arrived on a Tuesday, and by Holy Thursday every business had closed and seemingly everyone had left the city for their Easter weekend holiday. We ended up staying longer than anticipated, because every hostel near the beach seemed to be fully booked, and had a few days of little to no activity,
On Ash Wednesday we went into the city …
... look #56. Tomorrow- more Spanish, dancing, cooking class, and watching 'the fault in our stars'- with Spanish subtitles to keep it educational ;) half price for movies on Wednesday, therefore, we go. Fun fact: government jobs/ kids were given off today because the Costa Rican soccer team was returning home. My host mom got to touch one of the the guys' hand at the ...
... removed, the beans go into the roaster and are slowly heated over a wood fire. The lighter roast has more caffeine than beans that are roasted longer. Once they are roasted they go into the grinder and we get the benefit of the aroma!
The mill tries to be as green and efficient as possible--you can see the woodpile used for roasting and drying, some of which comes from ...
... an hour or so from San Jose, it has a totally different vibe. San Ramon is not really on the backpacker trail and doesn't get a mention in my Lonely Planet, but I was there to visit one of my jungle camp companions. I was very fortunate to be invited to stay with Mei's family, who were wonderfully welcoming and it gave me a chance to not only catch up on the last three months with Mei (who departed ...