San Jose Downtown
- Car rentals
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free local calls
TravelPod Member ReviewsSan Jose Downtown
The downtown is not in a friendly neighbourhood, there were a dozen policemen doing a drugs bust when I arrived.
I did not leave the hotel.The hotel it self is not one of the best Best westerns, it´s old and needs knocking down and moving out of the town centre.
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... songs and dances for us and we played games with them.My little friend was Gracie, 5 years old, full of spunk! Very affectionate and loved her picture taken. I was able to have a very basic conversation with her in Spanish! Favourite colour? How old are you? Any brothers and sisters? The tour company, Overseas Adventure Travel has a Foundation that has projects in local communities. The school we visited has been in this program for one year ...
we arrived into San Jose late on Thursday. After reading some reviews while in the Houston airport we were starting to second guess our decision to hit Costa Rica. Reviews were mixed and San Jose wasn't getting great reviews and travelling elsewhere in the country seemed annoying. We had a lady next to us on our flight from San Jose who we quizzed and was really nice and helpful. Id never experienced getting bombarded by taxi drivers like we were ...
... We all sat down for cafe when the Costa Rica v Italy World Cup game came on. While not as big of a celebration as the bar amigo celebration of a Tico goal, it was great to see the CASEM women celebrating in their own way. Their Tico pride showed through. During half time, and into the second half, we had our rounds of thanks. Each woman gave a heartfelt speech of thanks to us; each speech was translated by Dona Patrice. We then gave our often ...
... Ark feel to the place. In addition to Toucans and sloths, they host a number of owls, macaws, parrots, kinkajous, and even an otter, porcupine, and the nearly extinct oncilla among a host of other guests. Some will be released back into the wild but many have injuries that are too severe, or they have become too accustomed to humans. to be able to survive in the wild. Some were unfortunate amputees, some had burns, gashes, or breaks, and some were orphans- many ...
... that slow down our immersion into San Jose. We continued to try many restaurants and cafes. We ended up returning to one Peruvian restaurant twice it was that good! We finally managed to see a toucan, Unfortunately it was in a zoo so doesn't count but it was still cool as ****! Megan was absolutely blown away by the Tapir! Her face was priceless, I am not sure if she had ever heard of them (for those of you that don't know what they are either, they are almost a perfect mix of a pig and ...