Soluxe El Sesteo Hotel

Address: Sabana sur, 150 meters south from the Libreria Universal, San Jose, Province of San Jose, Costa Rica | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Sabana sur, 150 meters south from the Libreria Universal, San Jose, is near Volcan Poas, INBioparque, and Aventuras la Carpintera.
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      Travel Blogs from San Jose

      No way Jose

      A travel blog entry by wyldhorsez on Mar 28, 2015

      10 photos

      ... 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 to ...


      A travel blog entry by nabeards on Jan 29, 2015

      2 photos

      ... in the window, then ran a 5 meter (about 16 ft) Ethernet cable further into the room plugged into an Airport Express. We setup the Airport Express as just a repeater ("Bridge Mode") for the complex's network, and we are able to browse speedily on the Internet from anywhere in our habitación!

      See you tomorrow!

      P.S. You can purchase the ioGear WiFi to Ethernet adapter with this link: ioGear Adapter from ...

      Shopping at a Feria

      A travel blog entry by leomcyr on Aug 30, 2014

      30 photos

      ... word about the feria. The market was packed but here was no pushing or shoving. The people were focused on their shopping but all were polite. When our eyes would meet, everyone had a smile or a "buenos dias" for us. Also, anyone who has ever wondered about the quality of a supermarket bought cantaloupe, melon or watermelon will love the feria. The vendors give you a free sample before you buy. ...

      The Plague of Yellow Fever

      A travel blog entry by amdouet on Jul 07, 2014

      2 photos

      ... hour while this man incompetently typed keys to change our flights. He said the paperwork took a long time - sure it did. I made sure to tell him to leave our flights from Costa Rica back to the US unchanged. He assured me he had no power to do anything to those flights. The Plan The plan was to take our original flight out of Lima to Panama then go from Panama to Houston to Baton Rouge. From there we booked a flight the next day from New Orleans to Houston to San ...


      A travel blog entry by kmakowski on Jun 24, 2014

      3 comments, 1 photo

      ... that you can put your bag in while you shop. That was new! The mall was super nice. Like real nice. I found it a tad strange considering Tobosi, where I'm staying, is one rainstorm away from a mudslide. The houses are nice but no paved streets and no dishwashers. But everyone's bedroom had a tv. I don't really get it, but to each their own! 5. After the mall, we walked around the crowded streets of Cartago in search for a Rubik's cube for Sofi's ...