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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room (free)
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Presidente San Jose
We only spent one night here, but were perfectly satisfied with our stay. For being in the center of San Jose, the hotel does a good job with noise cancellation, though car horns will be car horns.
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... in a movie. Bren ( mi primo) transformed into a monkey and when careening through the trees picking the ripest to throw down for us. Fue muy fresca! Overall we collected more than forty of these oddly same, green mangoes. Side note: they tasted like half mango, and half lemon. And they made the best smoothies. What can I say, Costa Rica has the best food. I've only been here one full day but I already can imagine going back to fast food after ...
... I liked Monte Verde already, despite this being the first time I felt chilly in weeks and actually wore a jumper.
Monte Verde is one of the adventure capitals of Costa Rica. Hiking, zip lines, canopy walks, canyoning, horse riding, abseiling, Tarzan swings and night treks. I planned on spending quite a few days here and as soon as I arrived at the hostel, I booked in to go canyoning the next morning. I enjoyed it so much in Vietnam, I was looking forward to trying it ...
... around the city but because of the rain and it getting a bit dark it wasn't all that good. When we had finished we headed to the supermarket and bought some pre drinks for the night before getting the bus back to the house to get ready for the night out! They were taking us to a salsa club as they had both been having lessons and invited by the dance teacher to try out their skills. It was a good night very different to our usual nights out but so much fun. ...
... scared that the trees may get struck by lightening and fall on our lodge. This seems far fetched but Marta told me the next day that she thought there would be a landslide as it had rained so much. I managed to get a bit of sleep but was awake before the alarm as it was still thundering. Our flight had been diverted due to the weather and this meant a 1hour boat journey to a different airport. The boat journey was funny and a definite adventure. We donned ponchos and ...
... The cicadas were incredibly loud. We nicknamed them "chainsaw" cicadas because they sounded just like a chainsaw (and were possibly louder). We could sometimes hear a laughing hawk in the distance, and every day at twilight we heard a pair of toucans plaintive cry to each other. Even if we didn't love Domincal, we still loved being in Costa Rica.
Colby, I can't thank you and Sam enough for all your help. I know ...