Holiday Inn Express San Jose Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Express San Jose Airport Alajuela
This is a great hotel that has a free shuttle to the airport, free breakfast, and lots of tours to be booked from the hotel.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Inn Express San Jose Airport Alajuela
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This morning we woke up refreshed and ready to start our drive. It's going to take us about 5 hours to get to Nosara from San Jose. We are going to take the more scenic route just so we see some of the countryside.
Breakfast at our hotel was great - fresh watermelon & pineapple, black beans and rice, mini omelettes, …
... and I'm now laying in bed writing this. School starts at 7 but we have to wake up at 5:30. Once again, not totally sure why but it's all good! Pura Vida! I really am enjoying this experience and I do think my Spanish is getting better. I'm understanding more and more as the day progresses but it's still crazy different. But good different. My family is SO sweet and is already talking about me coming back! We have lots of laughs and lots of smiles! So ...
... five hours of slog, we'd head shattered and ravenous back to camp. The path builders would then descend on the housekeepers, who had our meals prepared and quickly announced the menu for lunch. To be fair it was pretty standard, but with the addition of fresh fruit and our variety of Tang, there was generally a small element of suspense. The housekeepers too would surprise us with what they'd got up to during the working day; sometimes they'd built a new bench or table, other ...
... from day one is so genuine. Josue has been key to integrating me as best he could, given I'm a red haired pasty irish man, into Josefino culture and the local community. His friends Jeank and Edgar too have been so welcoming and enjoyable to spend evenings with and we've laughed a lot at the multiple occasions of things getting lost in translation. Then behind it all is Terresa who is the funniest woman you could meet. She's very cool and down with the kids and has ...
Day 39: A Peaceful Country
10 hrs, 11.5 kms
Next morning, I'm off to yet another country: Costa Rica. Unlike the previous three countries, this one has remained peaceful and relatively prosperous over the last couple of decades, and you can feel the difference. San Jose has very much ...