Soluxe El Sesteo Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Soluxe El Sesteo Hotel San Jose
Travel Blogs from San Jose
... Jose was a rather uneventful, ugly city and as we drove in we were a little surprised to find grids of low-rise buildings that more closely resembled a drab British town centre than a capital city. Luckily the hostel we were staying at was close to the station with a restaurant downstairs, so we were content to stay in for the evening. As we had all day to explore San Jose before going ...
... by the pool.
Found the National Museam of Costa Rica and an artisan market (same stuff as everywhere else) today, just near the Jade Museum, and then found myself walking almost the full width of the city, ending up at the Costa Rica Art Gallery by the ring road. As no one had even mentioned them, and no entries in any guide books, I did'nt bother going in, as assumed everything ...
... the river is like when it's low and high tide. We also make a stop at this amazing waterfall. We get about of the boat and Jason walks me up the rocks to the top of the waterfall where there is a pool that you can swim in, I'm already wet, so in we go, the water is crystal clear blue and absolutely beautiful. Back in the boat and we continue to twist and turn our way down the river, with Manuel conveniently finding every hole in the water for me to go in first and get soaking wet. It ...
... skin. The humidity is oddly comforting, like a warm fluffy blanket instead of a suffocating feeling like in the states. The reunion between mi madre and mi Tia was a tearful one. It's been six long years and they just couldn't let one another go. It was quite touching! Afterwards, I joined Tia and journeyed back to the barrio while mom and Casey rented a car. The day with Tia was a never ending class ...
We then headed north for a brief trip to Boquete, the mountain region of Panama, before bussing over the border (in properly torrential rain) to Costa Rica. As our last stop on this part of the trip, we decided to splash our and booked ourselves into a nice small hotel near the town of Uvita. From here we did quad biking and had a surf lesson (which was a bit more successful for Martin).
We were also lucky enough to witness a ...