Palma Real Hotel & Casino

Address: AV 9 Calle 50, San Jose, Province of San Jose, 250, Costa Rica | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on AV 9 Calle 50, San Jose, is near Volcan Poas, INBioparque, Aventuras la Carpintera, and Galeria Ocelote.
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    Travel Blogs from San Jose

    Step One: Getting There

    A travel blog entry by costaricacoug on May 23, 2015

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    ... 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 ...

    San Jose

    A travel blog entry by jmrowantravel on Feb 16, 2015

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    ... stayed at the Hemmingway hotel. Hemmingway had stayed for 2 nights (and fancied a lady of the house too much, and was chased away by shotgun the next time he came around!) Hemmingways pictures on the walls.
    Walked around the pedestrianised city and booked our next bus trip to Quepos, 9 for both of us, a 4 hour direct bus trip, 200kms.
    Roads in Costa Rica are generally good, but sign posting not always so good. If you hire a car,a GPS is a ...

    Whitewater rafting

    A travel blog entry by sallyjpatten on Oct 03, 2014

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    ... definitely not how you spell it, but it is how it sounds), this is a small town about half an hour outside Turrialba where Manuel grew up, and his family still lives. He tells me we are going to stop in as his family home and pick up his sister who is going to join us for kayaking today. Again another beautiful drive, this time down a bumpy windy road amongst the sugar cane. We drive past the local high school and stop to say a quick 'hi' to Manuel's son who is at school today, ...

    Es muy difícil para mi decir esto en Español

    A travel blog entry by puravidamai on Oct 02, 2014

    ... has their own job, no matter how little or big it is. I feel really welcomed by my family but I don't really have a job. Which I guess is what they expect because we pay ICDS to pay this family to be a part of it and it's like my job is to pay the family, but still I feel like I should have some chores or something. If not, what's my role/purpose within the family? I don't really have one. I'm just another ...

    Pure Vida in Costa Rica

    A travel blog entry by kathtastesworld on Jun 30, 2014

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    ... and lacked in flavour for me, but we were all happy to be reunited with plantain after falling in love with it in Barbados a couple of years ago!

    Our next stop was La Fortuna, an area famous for its volcanoes. We decided to climb a small one, Cerra Chata. It was a slow and steady ascent to the volcano's crater, at times we were scrambling on all fours. Once at the top we were not greeted with a beautiful green as promised, as unfortunately we had not ...