Hotel Inca Real
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Inca Real San Jose
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... Jacob and Ariana ( Jacob's Tinder- she was very nice too) who had also joined us by this stage went up to the shop at the end of the road. Classic of me I ended up paying for it all- that's why I should not be trusted to drink and purchase! Anyhow we are tootling back, and not uncommon here.at night, we hear dogs barking, Barking barking barking.- Now my attention was drawn and there were three big black dogs just shouting and entrapping the ...
... in the world that does not have an army. I thought that was pretty cool. I spent the remainder of the flight playing Bejeweled on the TV screen on the seat in front of me. After about two hours of fairly smooth flying we set down at LAX where we taxied around the tarmac for what seemed like forever, and to make it worse once we finally got to our gate the jetway wasn't set up so we just sat there for another ten minutes. It was during this ten minutes that I met ...
An early morning departure began my travels to Central America and 2 short flights later, I'd arrived in San Jose Costa Rica. It may sound faraway but the flight time was short even with a layover in Houston. The night air was slightly cool save for the breezes that whipped along the road from the airport. The city streets were mostly quiet but I'm sure buzzing in the morning. At the hotel, I had to get reacquainted with living out of a suitcase for a longer duration ...
After a few maintenance issues, my flight took off for a 3 hour 10 min slightly bumpy ride into San Jose. Getting through immigration and customs was a breeze and my passport is no longer virgin!! CPI has arranged for me to stay tonight at the San Loreno B&B Inn with other students needing transportation to their further campuses. I will be going by bus with at least 1 ...
... br style="line-height: 15.8599996566772px;">From Medellin, we made our way to Bogotá to spend a few days enjoying the city, cycling around and sampling a bit of the night life. Something we couldn't miss was Andrés Carne de Res (or Andres D.C.). Most people who have been to Bogotá seem to have visited this institution which epitomises everything great about Colombia - amazing food, drink, music and people. More than a restaurant, club, and bar put ...