Talamanca Hotel

Calle 8y10 Ave 2 Sda, San Jose, Province of San Jose, 1002, Costa Rica | Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTalamanca Hotel San Jose

Reviewed by sifefer

talamanca hotel review

Reviewed Jan 9, 2013
by (1 review) Freeport , United States Flag of United States

small room - good location, secure, relatively inexpensive- near many local restaurants, museums etc. in san Jose

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Reviewed by crazycanucks

Nice hotel

Reviewed Apr 1, 2012
by (3 reviews) , Canada Flag of Canada

We stayed there on our way to Puerto Viejo from Playas del Coco. It was a nice place to stay, a little more than halfway of the distance to drive. It was just oo long a drive to do in one day with the two kids. There was a lot of traffic as it was the Sunday starting Semana Santa. We enjoyed this hotel, very simple but pretty with birds and a fish pond. Beds were comfortable.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Talamanca Hotel San Jose

2.50 of 5 stars Fair
 

Travel Blogs from San Jose

Heading East!

A travel blog entry by crazycanucks on Apr 01, 2012

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We packed all our belongings and headed out from Playas del Coco at 8:am on April 1st. Our first stop was the car rental agency where we renewed our Tucson rental for another month. On the road again, and it felt great! We all get very excited at the prospect of new discoveries and adventures.

This day marking the beginning of Semana …

Pure Vida in Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by kathtastesworld on Jun 30, 2014

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... and lacked in flavour for me, but we were all happy to be reunited with plantain after falling in love with it in Barbados a couple of years ago!

Our next stop was La Fortuna, an area famous for its volcanoes. We decided to climb a small one, Cerra Chata. It was a slow and steady ascent to the volcano's crater, at times we were scrambling on all fours. Once at the top we were not greeted with a beautiful green as promised, as unfortunately we had not ...

Well that was a quick visit

A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak on Jun 11, 2014

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... things arranged here now. So sadly we have only a full day here as we leave at midnight tonight. That said we have to arrange a ticket out of Panama, ensure we have accommodation and have 500 dollars each to show at the border. The ticabus agent also made sure we read the border requirements written on the desk for passengers which we had seen in Rivas Nicaruagua also yesterday. Serious border checks expected. Hmmm so we quickly went backmto the hostelmand their ****** wifi to try ...

Tengo que tomar mis huellas

A travel blog entry by smilk09 on Apr 15, 2014

... a few shortcuts and ended up on the other side of the station, the store was right across the street! I finally made it back to the interview lady with my timbre.. turns out it's a little stamp they need to put on the cover page of your fingerprints- super important.

Then the man tells me that I need two timbres because I have two fingerprint sheets! Ayayayyy! Luckily he found another one for me to use and after a few more minutes of waiting I was ...

Raleigh: Phase 3 - Sloth time

A travel blog entry by jennyroberts on Sep 05, 2013

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... phase experience on San Lucas, I felt pretty good about the prospect. I would be heading to Guayabo National Park, where we'd continue the work of Alpha and X-Ray 4, planting trees and maintaining the trails in the park. Guayabo is Costa Ricas most important archaeological site and though dwarfed by the Mayan ruins in other Latin American countries, it is nonetheless an interesting site. The National Monument opened in 1973 and would be celebrating it's 40th ...

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