KC Hotel San Jose
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews KC Hotel San Jose
Travel Blogs from San Jose
... can watch the planes speeding down the runaway for takeoff! Johnny will call the taxi service for you to arrange a taxi for these early morning flights and the taxi shows up and on time!
The plane ride home was uneventful and all the luggage arrived and Reggie and Marlie were there to greet us.
... words "breathe Yix, breathe!" in my head. Good advice for almost all circumstances, except while freediving? She also called traffic lights "Robies", because South Africans call them robots! She hails from the city of Durban, where I spent several weeks and knew the town of umkomaas well! She also said "you couldn't pay me to get into the water in Muzinberg", which is where i went surfing :-) A Costa Rican buddy picked up the conservationists and I, and I ...
... ones (with TVs and USB charging slots). I have my fingers crossed. Annoyingly I am at the back of the plane. I dislike sitting at the back. But wow, how times have changed since 4 years ago. I got my tv and USB charging slow. And wifi and a nice comfy seat! Wow!! Again, déjà vu, people missing, so we were delayed whilst their bags were removed. Finally off! Back to Costa Rica! We took off about half an hour late. I settled in to watch a couple of films (Malificent ...
... we stayed at the quaint Hemmingway Inn, and Chris and I got to stay in the charming Hemingway room. The inn was a converted mansion that used to be owned by the father of one of Ernest Hemingway’s lovers. I’m not sure if Hemingway ever stayed there – probably not as he was married to his third wife at the time of his affair with the owner’s daughter. Still, the inn was filled with Hemingway memorabilia and was one ...
... it was into the jungle, which comes down to the sea. We followed the well marked tracks, with our guide doing a great job of spotting wildlife. The trail took us to the estuary where we admired a couple of crocodiles, and then headed back to our start point for a late lunch and then the boat back.
Friday was 'do not much' day, though I did manage to watch the Dutch humiliate the Spanish in the world cup, ...