Hotel Capital

Address: 4th St. Ave. 3 and 5, San Jose, Province of San Jose, 506, Costa Rica | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 4th St. Ave. 3 and 5, San Jose, is near Jade Museum (Museo Nacional del Jade), CostaRican Trails, Parque Nacional Braulio Carrillo, and Templo de la Musica.
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    Travel Blogs from San Jose

    Step One: Getting There

    A travel blog entry by costaricacoug on May 23, 2015

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    The first leg of my journey started last night at the Sea-Tac airport. Nothing too exciting to report. I got through security and boarded my first of two flights with ease. While flying from Seattle to LA I sat next to an older gentleman who told me all about his business travels, and the last 26 hours he had spent on planes. I couldn't imagine sitting for that long! He also told me some of the things he knew about Costa Rica, including the fact that it is the ...

    San Jose

    A travel blog entry by jmrowantravel on Feb 16, 2015

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    ... for animals and birds abound. It was raining and we went for walks and spend time planning the rest of our itinerary. Had a takeaway from the soda, a cafe/eatery selling local food.
    Rice and beans can be eaten with every meal and is called Pinto Gallo (painted rooster) and is tastier than one thinks! So breakfast is pinto Gallo and scrambled egg, not for M, too many beans don't agree with her.
    4 hours by bus to San Jose from La ...

    Turtle Volunteering

    A travel blog entry by astoffy on Oct 13, 2014

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    ... would come up and be running around crazy, sometimes 100 or so at a time. You have to measure 15 from each nest and then release them. 3 days after they've come up we dig up the nest to find any ones that couldn't climb out and take out the leftover eggs. Sometimes find a few deformed ones doing this, one had a broken jaw, and they found one with no eyes too. Lots of time relaxing when I didn't have to do anything, nice little ...

    Ending One Chapter and Starting the Next

    A travel blog entry by kire.rellim on Aug 17, 2014

    ... classmates, and coworkers. Some of those people branched from acquaintances into good friends. I felt like I was breaking through this shell that I kept myself trapt inside of for as long as I can remember. One place in particular, my job cooking at the Black Sheep, really helped me break through that shell of insecurity and through that place I met a family of friends. This last summer was the greatest summer of my life and ...

    Pure Vida in Costa Rica

    A travel blog entry by kathtastesworld on Jun 30, 2014

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    ... and lacked in flavour for me, but we were all happy to be reunited with plantain after falling in love with it in Barbados a couple of years ago!

    Our next stop was La Fortuna, an area famous for its volcanoes. We decided to climb a small one, Cerra Chata. It was a slow and steady ascent to the volcano's crater, at times we were scrambling on all fours. Once at the top we were not greeted with a beautiful green as promised, as unfortunately we had not ...