Hotel Villa Tournon
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Villa Tournon San Jose
Interesting hotel. The owner is an art collector with lots of pieces exhibited in the rooms, corridors and reception areas. Particularly lovely are the stained glass pieces and textiles in the bar and dining areas. Lovely garden with pool beautifully laid out.
Lighting a bit dark!
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MONDAY - 2nd Feb
Decided to prepare for next step of my travels. Started by investigating the bus to the airport and walked 2 blocks over to the bus station. They seemed a little unhelpful as they refused to understand what I meant by 'airporto'. (Obvious i woyuld have thought!).. After 2 attempts, eventually asked a man in a uniform who …
SATURDAY 31st - 3rd Feb
All sang 'Do you know the way to San Jose' sitting at the front of the public bus. The driver indicated that he did.
Met about 500 Hells Angels, Costa Rica chapter passing on the road.
Back to base, and got totally lost trying to buy a birthday cake. Did find all the nightclubs though.
We explored …
SUNDAY 18th Jan
Well, I found my way to San Hose, but missed bumping into Dionne Warwick. shame as there's not much else to do here.
... while riding backward to send them back in the shoot.
The atmosphere was great and we ate meat on a stick amidst CR music, cheers from the crowd and a torrential downpour. I enjoyed the experience, although I have to say - not quite as good as a North American rodeo. :) Unfortunately the weather didn't really allow for us to explore the festival more so we headed to Charlie's bar for another bocas (chifrija) to round out the ...
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