Hotel Inca Real
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... priced warm gear from the estafador (swindler). With that we purchased coffee and meat patties to warm our bellies before bracing the winds. Luis scampered back to the car to await our return in warmth and comfort.
I remembered that I packed a towel from the hotel in case we ended up wet or dirty on our excursions, so I pulled it out and wrapped it around my body for protection from the wind. Poor Rufio trekked along uncovered. The hike to the ...
... Central American nation. The population of San Josť Canton is 288,054, though the metropolitan area stretches beyond the canton limits ...
... Just a few hours by bus from San Jose, this tiny patch of rainforest is located directly at the beach. Even though it is packed with tourists it still contains a maximum of wildlife on such a small piece of land. Monkeys, various birds, snakes, sloths, iguanas, raccoons and armadillos can be found here and they don't seem to be very afraid of humans. It was a perfect touristy daytrip to get an impression of the wildlife this continent has to ...
... an egg on our bedside desk! Perhaps with some sympathy we were given a no charge horse ride on the beach. In search of baby turtles we woke up at 5 one morning to scour the national park beach. Although we did not see any our ~10km walk was rewarded with many of the above sightings. One of the highlights of this area was a visit to the rescue centre where they treat and release injured or abandoned animals. The favorite had to be the baby 3 toed sloths who always look like they are smiling. ...
... which have only allowed a few of the grand old colonial buildings to remain. Therefore the only real reason to spend much time, as a tourist, in San Jose, is as a stepping stone to the towering volcanos north west of the city. The Volcano Poas is probably the most visited as it has been developed to be easily accessible by all ages and abilities. Beware though, the organised tours that visit the volcano, as although the guides are informative ...