Hotel Parque del Lago - Hotel Vivo
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in itself. It really was one of those places where you are somewhere and you question if you are really there with what you are witnessing. I wished I had a better camera not just my phone. The lushness of the greenery almost came up and kissed you as the mist swept across its tips. Despite all this gloriousness I was desperate for the loo so off I scurried like a little cockroach not quite feeling I belonged in its beauty. Actually that was not true at all, it ...
Tuesday 14th July
So then trying to find somewhere to live- that was a bit draining.
We, myself and the Ozzie boys, had been to look at a couple of apartments on the Monday. Typically we liked the same one. The reasons being obvious really. It had amazing views of the mountains, two large bedrooms, both of which had their own bedroom and a maid once a week to come in and clean- what's not to love? Anyway the boys got that hence the house ...
... br> The hostel in San Jose may be nicest I've stayed in in Latin America. Big dorms, comfy beds, decent wifi, a TV, projector, Xbox, out doors bi, friendly staff there aren't any real complaints.
Since we'd gotten into town after dark the day was a bit of a bust. The others were planning on leaving for a national park tomorrow (SJ isn't a place you wanna hang around). My plan was to ...
Our flight (Avianca airlines) from LAX landed SJO international airport at 22:30. Immigration and customs was a breeze. After around 45 minutes, we were outside arrival terminal.
Our next flight to Tortuguero National park was at 6:30 next morning, so we decided to spend the night at the airport. We went upstairs at the departure terminal. It was almost deserted since there was no flight flying out until next morning.
... were many SUVs and large pick-up trucks on the roads in San Jose. Having a small car was definitely an advantage, though, as squeezing through narrow streets and psychotic intersections is apparently how people drive here. I am petrified to have to drive a rental car (an SUV, no less) on my last two days here. I will be mostly in the countryside when I have the car but will have to brave the city traffic to get to the airport on Tuesday. This ...