Hotel D'Galah

San Jose, Province of San Jose, Costa Rica | Hotel
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This hotel, located in San Jose, is near INBioparque, Templo de la Musica, Aventuras la Carpintera, and Galeria Ocelote.
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Travel Blogs from San Jose

Pure Vida in Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by kathtastesworld on Jun 30, 2014

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... poisonous snake, a tarantula being coaxed out of its hole by a crazy man wielding a twig and to top it off a sloth doing what sloths do best, hanging in the tree.

We wanted to try and see as much of the vast forest as possible so we attached ourselves to a line and zipped above the forest. We did 10 lines including 2 in the style of superman, one of which at 1590 metres is the longest in Central America- all the trees looked so small down below! To finish ...

Arriving in Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by alliero on Jun 11, 2014

... food. I order arroz con carne en salsa. It ended up being similar to pot roast served with rice and a small salad. I also had a beer to go with dinner and celebrate being in Costa Rica!

At that point, we went back to the hotel to shower and hang out until we could meet the staff at night. All of the staff was awesome! We met up at a sunroof that looked over San Jose; even though it was nighttime, the weather ...

Adios Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by tdv95 on Jan 30, 2014

3 comments, 32 photos

... sights and we did try out most of the Eco-sports on offer. Costa Rica does have a well deserved reputation for protecting it's natural resources including many of it's most unusual critters and it does set an example that most countries would do well to copy. I do think they will need to guard against going to far in pandering to the package tourist that wants an amusement park experience and a Big Mac every where they go. And particularly ...

Sabana & tamales

A travel blog entry by kenzie.j.hi on Dec 18, 2013

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... without any of the guards seeing (I'm such a bad ass haha). The museum itself was beautiful and the grounds had a lot of interesting sculptures. The best part about it was that it was free. Back at the casa, my host mom was entertaining her friend, Darling and her son, John-Paul. I met them both before at a birthday party of one of Ricardito's classmates. We ate tamales, a typical Costa Rican dish of Navidad. It's made ...

7 months on the road; Reflections!

A travel blog entry by emsads on Sep 08, 2013

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... I got sick!). I never expected to hold a tarantula, cycle down death road, succumb to bedbugs 6 times, climb an active volcano, board down the side of a volcano, swim with dolphins in the Amazon, and sharks, rays and turtles in the Caribbean, stay in 48 hostels across 9 countries, visit Harry Potter World, eat meat!, sand board in a desert oasis, watch rehearsals for the Rio carnival in the stadium and celebrate carnival local style in small town Porto. I feel we ...

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