Boutique Hotel Jade

Address: San Pedro, San Jose, Province of San Jose, 2050, Costa Rica | Inn
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      A travel blog entry by nabeards on Jan 29, 2015

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      OK, another nerd post. But hey, what'd you expect from a couple of nerds!

      We knew that our place in San José came with Internet access when we booked it. However, we were concerned about how good the coverage would be in our habitación (apartment). Since we would be working while we were here, we needed to be as prepared as we could be to make sure we had good access.

      When we first moved to San Francisco, ...

      Shopping at a Feria

      A travel blog entry by leomcyr on Aug 30, 2014

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      ... interesting part of the day was the 45 minutes we spent at the local farmer's market (feria) in the Rohrmoser suburb. In addition to the incredibly fresh and affordable fruits and vegetables available at the market, several vendors sold fish and chicken. The fish were
      vermillion snapper. We did not check the prices but the fish were definitely fresh.

      Generally, fruits ...

      The Plague of Yellow Fever

      A travel blog entry by amdouet on Jul 07, 2014

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      ... After all that, we arrived in San Jose less than 12 hours later than we were supposed to. We met Kristin at the hostel and waited for Heidi to join us the next day. It had been a long journey. We hadn't been in a hostel since 9am Tuesday, and it was now 9pm Wednesday. We were exhausted! One Last Hiccup As was expected, our bags didn't make the flight. We had asked our wonderful lady if they would. She thought there was enough time for the bags to make it; but said ...

      Final Impressions

      A travel blog entry by pathube on Feb 27, 2014

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      ... almost automatically had to be started over the
      following day since we were often heading onto different directions. It was a
      weird feeling to truly make real friend and have to say goodbye the same day!
      The sadness would dissipate quickly the next morning when new people would turn
      out on my path.

      Concerning the transportation and accommodation, there was again nothing to
      fear as it was extremely simple. Most travellers would have nice place to
      suggest and ...

      Love la Pura Vida

      A travel blog entry by purcy on Feb 25, 2014

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      ... control; a free bike buggy across the border to the Panama side, priority passport control and luggage search to enter Panama; and a free packet of cookies. Once I got off in Panama City, the driver gave me his metro card to get the bus to the airport so I didn´t have to queue for a ticket and I was then offered a wheelchair all the way to the departure gate.

      Everyone was so kind to me. From the moment my injury became apparent, until I was sat on the plane. People ...