Hotel Paraiso Carlisa San Jose

Address: National Park Cangreja, Province of San Jose, Costa Rica | Hotel
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This hotel, located on National Park Cangreja, Province of San Jose, is near Jade Museum (Museo Nacional del Jade), Parque Nacional Braulio Carrillo, Templo de la Musica, and Spirogyra Butterfly Garden.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Paraiso Carlisa San Jose Province of San Jose

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Travel Blogs from Province of San Jose

Cafe le negro, because were men

A travel blog entry by ducktravels on Jan 17, 2015

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... mountain roads, we found our destination. It was called Pension Hostel. It was a terrible place! Hot showers, comfy beds, taco stand connected to it, and great service (sorry babe). The gentleman working the front was truly helpefull. After 30 minutes we new the true meaning of Pura Vida andhad a 147meter bungee jump, 45meter tarzan swing, and many kilomteres of ziplining booked for day 3. We then had dinner at a restaurnt with a tree growing through its second ...

Whitewater rafting

A travel blog entry by sallyjpatten on Oct 03, 2014

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... I see 'tents' scattered throughout the forrest. Now the word tent is a complete understatement. Manuel has been building his camp for the past 10 years and the tents are more like huts built with wood and mosquito netting. The campsite can currently accommodate about 34 guests and has working toilets and showers. There is also what you would call a communal dinning area and kitchen. The place is absolutely amazing and I have quickly found my favourite spot looking out over the ...

The Majestic Quetzal

A travel blog entry by apot-of-flowers on Aug 15, 2014

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Dear Ashley,

Well done both years traveling to Costa Rica and getting Costa Rican Mother's Day off from classes. Mother's Day is no joke. No school, many places are closed, and most children travel home to visit their mothers for a celebration. Talk about a culture that truly appreciates and values women.


Even thought my Mom was not there, both times I was able to explore some of ...

Extremo Bungee = 100% Exhilaration

A travel blog entry by chrisandteri on Aug 09, 2014

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... my harness, I told myself to just keep breathing and take my time. I successfully attached the carabineer to my harness and signalled that I was ready to come up.

Slowly and gently I was drawn upward, first upside down and then my body drawing upright. I gratefully grabbed Danny’s hand as he guided me on to the solid surface of the platform. Trembling with adrenaline, I accepted a congratulatory hug ...

Coffee and Carts

A travel blog entry by andreatravels on Mar 03, 2014

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... are picked, a very labor intensive process, they are trucked over to the mill from the plantation a short distance away. The boxes of fruit are unloaded, and when they pull the lever the bottom of the box opens and the cherries fall into the water below. Here the best fruit falls to the bottom, and the green berries or others with undeveloped seeds, which are much lighter, float on top.