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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Vesuvio Hotel San Jose
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Got ourselves up and ready and out to the bus. We had no problems with either the ride down to San Isidro de General or the longer ride on to San Jose. We got to San Jose about noon and found a taxi to take us to El Cacique. While waiting for Johnny to return, visited with his uncle.
Ate dinner at Mojito, ...
... hostel, I somehow latched onto a group of 3 environment conservationists who had just returned from several weeks in the jungle. The group was incredibly diverse. There was the Filipino man who couldn't stop talking about the Filipino eagle, which is pretty cool and rare, only 400 wild Eagles still exist! It also has cool head feathers which look a bit like david beckham's old haircut. A Mexican man who works in the zoo and mainly deals with amphibians and ...
... April, I flew to Mexico and spent a few weeks making my way down the Central American countries, passing through Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and ending in San Jose, Costa Rica. I loved it. And now I am heading back! Basically to continue the journey southwards from where I left off - from San Jose, Costa Rica, down to Bogota, Colombia. And my Spanish has not improved. Last time I flew on the airline Iberia (to Peru in 2010...time flies) it was pretty bad. An ...
... just started working again after taking a break to watch the game. Don Jose, our driver and Anthony's uncle was about to blow a gasket. After looking at logistics and realizing it would take 1/2 hour up the rough road to go back to Santa Elena, have an extremely quick lunch , head back down, and hope the road wasn't closed again --/ we decided to just stay put and wait it out. The view was amazing, we pooled our snacks together, took a couple of ...
... and move to another one in a cleaner and quieter area where our pre-booked adventure awaits.
We get upgraded to the executive suit (naturally), enjoy some beers by the swimming pool and then meet our tour leader (or CEO - Chief Experience Officer) Cat and the group in the evening. Our CEO is absolutely awesome - very cool Canadian girl fluent in Spanish and gifted with absolutely flawless interpersonal skills. ...