Hotel D'Galah

San Jose, Province of San Jose, Costa Rica | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from San Jose

Day 2

A travel blog entry by edkramer


We started the day off pretty early (for me anyway) with a breakfast buffet in the hotel, which included lots of traditional Costa Rican foods (the famous rice & beans, fresh fruit, potatoes and sausage) and some American comforts as well (bacon & eggs). Then we got on our bus and headed to Volcan Poas up in the cloud forest. I didn't quite understand what that term meant, but it is literally ...

San Jose - Sunday and it’s closed

A travel blog entry by bruceontour


... 1 pm.

Running order: Centro Nacional de la Cultura (closed), Plaza de la Libeertad, Parque National, Calle 17, Plaza de ...

The Adventure Begins

A travel blog entry by bargreenwood

... capital. Johnny our tour guide made contact and will speak again tomorrow when the rest of the group arrive.
It was raining when we arrived as it's just coming to the end of the rainy season, but should improve, apart from the ubiquitous heavy shower every afternoon. Steamy but not too hot at 9 pm. The room has air conditioning, but I turned mine off because of the noise. Not much sleep anyway as we are 6 hours behind GMT hence thought it was nearly time together ...

7 months on the road; Reflections!

A travel blog entry by emsads


... one of the best 'oh a whim' decisions we made, when we had had enough of the bad weather and were desperate to dip our toes into the Caribbean! On route to Caye Caulker, I stopped off at the ATM caves in San Ignacio and got up close and personal with some Mayan skeletons- the whole tour itself was out of this world, and I think in years to come, I will have been one of only a few to have visited them before large scale tourism kicks in around San Ignacio. When I think of ...

Do you know the way to San Jose?

A travel blog entry by ryanandmeg


... in the murky waters waiting for food. Manfred pointed out one unfortunate member of the pack who was missing half his mouth after a previous fight with another crocodile! We then spent the rest of the day visiting four of Costa Rica’s pacific coast beaches. We started with some beautiful white sand beaches before the three of us had a traditional Costa Rican lunch. It was great to sit and talk with Manfred as he’s so ...


This hotel, located in San Jose, is near INBioparque, Templo de la Musica, Aventuras la Carpintera, and Arte Latino.
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