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Travel Blogs from San Jose
Today the adventure really begins. Affter a good nights sleep and a breakfast of pic gallo better known as rice and beans with plantain and eggs things were much better. Thus fortified we went on a hike around the city.The older buildings have a Spanish influence, but they are often bordered by run down buildings, and every window has bars on them …
1) A schedule 2) Drinkable tap water 3) Being able to flush toilet paper 4) Makeup 5) Our iPhones 6) Constant wifi or data connection 7) Wine and cheese nights at Whole Foods or any wine bar 8) Efficient customer service 9) A washer and dryer 10) Understanding what people our saying to us or about us
I was woken this morning to the sound of howler monkeys, didn't see them but sure could hear them. I checked I had everything and headed for breakfast, my driver was already there about an hour and a half early, dropped my bag off and went for breakfast anyway he said he didn't mind waiting, although he was not the friendliest of drivers. Well the …
Flew int San Jose the evening of Day 1...The city was dirty, smoggy and overcrowded. We stayed at the Hotel Europa. It is the oldest hotel in the city. Let me repeat that...it is the OLDEST hotel in the city.Sara woke up with her sinuses aching from all the dirt/dust. So on Day 2 we were happy to wake up early and hop into the van that would be …
... to buy more, the shop keeper told us that the woman had already paid for us. And when we stepped outside to thank her, she was already gone. I'm so surprised how people in Costa Rica do generous things and expect nothing in return, not even a thank you.
We enjoyed espresso and the best (although not very authentic) meal I've eaten here at the restaurant attached to Hostel Casa del Parque.
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services