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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Torremolinos San Jose
Basic rooms. But such loud traffic noises. And noises if people knocking on other peoples door at very early hours of the morning!
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Well. We seem to be sleeping by the Naas road. Pretty loud traffic outside and then people calling into other rooms at unearthly hours in the morning. Suppose we should soon start getting up and exploring this city! Update: we did explore the city. There ain't much to it!!!
Welcome back! The return to Cuzco marked the end of our Peruvian journey and time for onward travel to Costa Rica. A Very Good Decision It was a long journey to Costa Rica. We arrived at our hostel in Cuzco from the trek around 9 pm Monday. By 9 am Tuesday we were on our way to the Cuzco airport bound for Lima. We spent several hours walking around Miraflores and showing Kristin what little we had seen of Lima on our way in. Here we made what turned out to be a ...
... with a short stop at a grocery store along the way. Once at Rio Sarapequi we got suited up with helmets, life jackets and paddles before splitting into groups of four and heading out. Being near the end of the dry season the water level in the river was fairly low so instead of being class 3/4 it was more like 2/3. After a going through the basics we were off heading down river. With the low levels we were bouncing the boat off a lot of rocks so we had to try ...
... squeeze a few hours and see how far we could make it up Poas Volcano and have breakfast somewhere in town. And still make it back for our flight. Actually, the main reason we decided to leave the airport was so that Amor could get another stamp on her passport.
After having explained to the immigration officer that we were in ...
My mom and I got up before 5am to get to the Atlanta airport to board our flight to San Jose - Juan Santamaria Airport in Costa Rica!
We took Spirit Airlines, a barebone economy airline that charges for basically everything except the use of bathroom and 1 personal carry-on. The roundtrip flight cost was basically half of what other airlines, such as Delta, was charging, so we figured, why not.
The flight was short and fairly ...