Puerta del Sol Hotel
Travel Blogs from Heredia
... Alex said it was his personal
favorite. It was a beautiful little open-air café that had tables on the porch
that looked out onto the coffee fields where the farmers were working. There
were a few little children just below us at the edge of the coffee field
playing on some kind of structure when the smallest boy, maybe 4 or 5 years
old, got his head caught in the structure. He was helpless to free himself and
he was dangling from it by only his head, his ...
... heart of the Incas, and in turn had our own eye-opening and life changing spiritual Ayahuasca experience, something that fills us with warmth and happiness even at the mention. It was in Cusco where Pat came out to meet us, and from there we spent 3 weeks visiting the major cities, sipping pisco sours and embracing the local culture. I will never forge Pat's near death experience when we decided she should come sandboarding with us in the Huacachina desert- her ...
... with Leslie who is an agronomist and works with the technical side of banana production. It was really interesting for me as there was a lot of science involved and I learnt so much that I had no idea about. Fyffes export 750000 boxes of bananas a week to Europe with Columbia being the most important source. Leslie gives the farms support on how to produce better bananas, more bananas and a safer product. He also has to consider how the agrochemicals are used ...
... the hospitality lounge on a bargain deal. It didn't work out like that. We landed at 10h 30 pm Canadian time and found everywhere closing down,restaurants,bars even the hospitality lounge itself.We managed, to find one bar which closed at 11pm and then it was settle down for the night on sofas in the transit lounge. We landed next day at 2h.30 pm Central American time in San Jose and were met at the airport by the owners of Tony's Hostel Boutique in Heredia, a ...
... them all in very artistic ways, so that they seem completely naturalized. We loved the area, and the volcano and the hot springs that were probably all over the vicinity. And it was cooler than at the coast which was a nice break. We actually pulled up a light blanket for a few minutes the first night. I'm guessing it was more like 27C during the day and down into the teens at night. (60-85F roughly), compared to a relatively constant 32-35C here in ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking