Hotel Amon Plaza

Avenida 11 y Calle 3 bis, San Jose, Province of San Jose, 1000, Costa Rica | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Avenida 11 y Calle 3 bis, San Jose, is near House of Tiles (Casa de los Azulejos), Museo Antiguo Palacio de Iturbide, Mercado Tlacolula, and Iglesia de San Francisco.
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2.50 of 5 stars Fair

Travel Blogs from San Jose

Pura Vida!

A travel blog entry by frubia on Jul 27, 2014

14 photos

... Market. It is full of energy, colors and aroma. There is something for everyone there! Shortly after entering the Central Market, we smelled freshly roasted coffee. It did not take us a long time to discover a small, simple coffee shop which a big roasting machine.

When Max was in San Jose 5 years ago, he visited a nice coffee shop called 'El Tostador' (The Roaster). He remembered the location of this coffee shop ...

Day one: the adventure begins

A travel blog entry by kpieroth on Jun 16, 2014

2 comments, 11 photos

... leaning forward over the counter trying to understand when he said something to us and all we heard was telephone. Slowly, it dawned on us that he was asking for Kathryn's cell phone number! The three of us jumped backwards as Kathryn quickly told him that she didn't have a cell phone and we ran off. Hahaha it was great. Kathryn's trademark is now that she has a Costa Rican novio. It was hilarious. I'll post a picture of Kathryn in front of the ...

Tequila Tour

A travel blog entry by frawldog on Feb 15, 2014

7 photos

... of the sidewalks had obsidian. The obsidian comes from the volcanoes nearby. There are quite a few active volcanoes in this area of Mexico. The last stop of the trip was in Tequila Town. Tequila Town is a typical Mexican town that has a bit of character with the typical cathedral, square and locals trying to sell you tours of the plantations. I guess the big difference
is that the square has ...


A travel blog entry by nacrobat on Jan 25, 2014


... was a little pricey. After paying, however, I put all thoughts of money aside and settled in to enjoy the tour. The distillery is actually part of a beautiful hacienda with historic buildings dating back to 1870, and lovely grounds with a citrus orchard. Interestingly, the citrus trees play an important part in what makes Herradura so tasty and special. After the blue agave plant is discarded of its long leaves by the jimador (harvester) and the core or piņa is ...

Weddings in Tequila

A travel blog entry by underwater on Jan 19, 2008

5 photos

... of making it.The pinos are baked and turn brown and taste a bit like sweet yam. This is then pressed, distilled and finally put in white oak barrels. The fibre residue is used to make paper or matress filling. Much like most other spirits there are various grades and flavours depending upon how long it is left to mature and how charred the barrel is. We had free samples but I was a bit of a party pooper and only had a little.Sorry folks! It was a hot day today and I knew ...