Hotel Casa Roland San Jose
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... as high as 8000') in the company of a driver we hired, Grace, of Cotati Tours. She arrived at the hotel straight up at 9 am, and we were off. First to Poas Volcano, which is almost shrouded in fog, and today was no exception. Mobs of people. But a pleasant walk to where you gaze over a bowl of fog.
Then to La Paz Waterfalls, natural falls in a man-made park that features Costa Rican flora and fauna, not the kind of setting ...
Our flight (Avianca airlines) from LAX landed SJO international airport at 22:30. Immigration and customs was a breeze. After around 45 minutes, we were outside arrival terminal.
Our next flight to Tortuguero National park was at 6:30 next morning, so we decided to spend the night at the airport. We went upstairs at the departure terminal. It was almost deserted since there was no flight flying out until next morning.
Tour Service Let us know your wishes and we will make tour
arrangements for you! For free.
Free WiFi Free WiFi is available in all rooms as well as in the
rest of the hotel.
The accommodation would be suitable for a school group because it is at a good price and has great facilities for adolescences.
... It was nice to be back in the Jungle Hostel, and there were a few other people there this time too.
The Red Backed Squirrel Monkeys entertained me as I ate breakfast the next morning as they went about foraging for food in the trees next to the hostel. They put in an encore appearance the next morning. I went into town, wandered in to see the caimans again and one of them came very close to the bank to ...
... is hot in Costa Rica. Upon my insistence, we got the only room with A/C. Note: the bedroom has A/C, the bathroom does not. We later had offers of up to $100 to give up our room. NO WAY. =) The hotel is very bohemian and basic. You would think that the fact that there is only one room with A/C would say it all but apparently even some upscale places in Costa Rica do not have A/C. The grounds are picturesque with hammocks right outside our room and our patio is built so it ...