Holiday Inn San Jose Downtown Aurola
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It took a while for that bus to come though... we later found out it was because OBAMA is in town. They blocked off a lot of roads, and all government buildings were closed!! I was going to send postcards today. Apparently they only sell stamps at the post office, so no luck for me :-/
We spent the rest of the day resting and indulging in gourmet ice creams by the central park. Oh my gosh, all ...
... to get to with it though!
As we got around the west tip of Lake Arenal, and away from the lake, we began to see the effects of the wind. I'll put a picture on here. It's like the trees have only one side to them! We have friends, Jayme and John, who are building near Lake Arenal and had looked at land there, but decided to alter their plans when they found the wind can be so strong a man can't stand upright!
We moved on towards Liberia, on ...
Today we skipped our hour walk to go to the airport and pick up our rental car. We took a bus to the airport and got the car and then drove back to San Ramon. The driving here is quite a challenge – what with the way the "Ticos” drive as well as the poor quality of the roads – but we made it back safe and sound.
Since we skipped breakfast we opted for an early lunch at one ...
... to look at. It took us about 4 hours to get there and we were taking a few pics on the way, since there are so many beautiful sites. Then we got there and the top of the volcano was covered in fog so we were waiting to see it the fog would go away so we could see the rocks that roll down with lava. But we didnīt see it so we went to the Hot Springs. The hot springs are like Pools with hot water coming from the volcano. Some are cool for ...
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- Swimming pool
TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn San Jose Downtown Aurola
High Rise Hotel in the middle of Downtown San Jose- Not as remote as our first hotel in the city of San Jose. Like any Holiday Inn clean and sufficiently good. Nothing to brag about. Good for those looking to explore the historical district of the city. Very close to a great Venezuelan restaurant serving a nice size AREPAS!
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.