Palma Real Hotel & Casino

200 Mts Norte del Ice, San Jose, Province of San Jose, 250, Costa Rica | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 200 Mts Norte del Ice, San Jose, is near Volcan Poas, INBioparque, Aventuras la Carpintera, and Galeria Ocelote.
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    Travel Blogs from San Jose


    A travel blog entry by bernd_koss on Mar 28, 2014

    Um 9:00 h war Aufbruch und es ging zurück nach San Jose, wo unser Gepäck auf uns wartete.

    Flying to San Jose - carrying explosives?!

    A travel blog entry by amzellen on Sep 08, 2014

    ... I look like I would be carrying explosives? Apparently. They buzzer machine went off with a big red line that read across the top 'EXPLOSIVES DETECTED', I'm sorry I did have a little chuckle to myself. So I then had to follow this guy over to another table where he proceeded to take every single item out of my bag, swab it and then ask me to re pack it all again. In the mean time they said they were going to have to ...

    It's a jungle out there...

    A travel blog entry by colin on Jun 20, 2014

    1 comment, 40 photos

    ... crocodiles, a sloth, an anteater, a coati, lots of different birds (including toucans, herons, egrets, and macaws), several frogs, lizards, snakes, monkeys, and lots of bugs. Transport out involved a motorbike ride to Agujitas, a boat through the mangroves (quite different to the mangroves in NZ) to Sierpe, and then a ride in the car the family from Colorado had parked in Sierpe to Uvita. I was at my hostel (5) ...


    A travel blog entry by daytraveling on Apr 23, 2014

    7 photos

    ... of the water is either rain water or from the lakes and streams.

    -You rarely see a lawn mower. Sometimes they use a weed-eater but most of the time they cut grass, by hand, with a machete.

    -Almost all of the Guatemalan people use an open air fire for cooking.

    -Many places don't have electricity. Most still have dirt floors.

    -Outside of the cities, even the major highways are bad and often not paved. The ones that are ...

    Day uno. Good morning warmth and sunshine!

    A travel blog entry by giedre-sha on Dec 07, 2013

    8 photos

    ... selling Christmas hats and the central market is packed with great value souvenirs and delicious food. Overall, pretty cool and there is a beautiful National Theatre as well as Pre-Columbian Gold Museum.

    After a good stroll and an hour session of sun and music, we decide to settle in a café with a view of the bustling street to have a refreshing drink and enjoy some people watching. Then it's time to leave our ...