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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This morning we tour Manuel Antonio National Park, famed for its beaches as well as wildlife. It is the smallest national park in the country, located on the Pacific Ocean but recognized as one of the most bio-diverse parks in the world. It has lush tropical forests, lagoons, mangroves and pristine white beaches. You might also see sloths, monkeys …
After arriving one day before I joined the tour group, I took an all day trip outside of San Jose that took me and about 10 others to 3 different and varied destinations.
First stop was to the Doka Estates Coffee Plantation for breakfast and a very interesting tour of a working 350 acre coffee plantation. All stages of growing and …
... Hector and I went to the grocery store to get food to prepare for our two tico friends who were coming for dinner at the hostel. They said they wanted an "American" dinner so we decided to make personal pizzas and allow them to each make their own pizza. They really enjoyed preparing their own pizzas and the pizza was very yummy! Dinner was Rey fun and they got to meet the rest of our team. For dessert, they prepared for us icecream with ...
The Mercado de Artesamias was a short walk from the square above the museum on the Avenue
The only market I have ever seen with art products piled higher or tighter was the "Public Market" in Phenom Phen in Cambodia, but the Mercado was cleaner since it was 100% art and tourist products. The prices were reasonable and you could talk them down about ...