Hostel Sol y Luna

22 Street, Avenue 1-3, San Jose, Province of San Jose, Costa Rica | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from San Jose

A very wet trip to Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by hannahgriffiths on Jun 30, 2014

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... Jeep-boat-jeep' trips. It rained for the whole journey which made it a little interesting, especially as the boat wasn't quite waterproof so we arrived a little damp. In Monteverde we went for a walk in the St Elena rainforest, although didn't find many exciting creatures except for a crab. We also went on an organised night walk where we saw a sloth, poisonous snakes, a frog, hummingbird and tarantula. The guide was good but called everything beautiful about ...

Well that was a quick visit

A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak on Jun 11, 2014

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... a decent chicken curry for me and burger for Wayne. Exhausted after the long day we hit the bed. Little did we know until overnight we were in the end corner of the property right next to theain tracks which cross a main road hence the need for the trains to blare their horns constantly as they approach and cross the road. By morning and sunrise the usual road sounds of buses and trucks and bikes began and added to the train noises. I cannot begin to describe the way I felt.Thursday ...

7 months on the road; Reflections!

A travel blog entry by emsads on Sep 08, 2013

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... only tucamanas I think we will ever come across. We also flew in to Rurrenbarque for our pampas wetland boat trip, where we saw monkeys, pink dolphins, sloths and turtles in their natural habitats. Not to mention slept in a hut above a resident cayman which we could hear moving around below us at night!

Peru was an absolute delight and as great as I remembered from my trip their 8 years prior! We fell in love with the charm of Cusco, ...

Hiking Chirripo Part II

A travel blog entry by sojanet on Apr 27, 2013

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... the entire way. Most US trails wind about and are a lot flatter, making for an easier hike.

By the last 3 km, I was limping. I had thankfully avoided blisters, but my right toe kept painfully hitting the top of the hiking boot.

Oh my gosh, the feeling when we got to the entrance! Exhaustion and relief.

We treated ourselves to a big lunch at Hotel Uran. It started pouring as soon as we sat down. ...

Tabacon Hot Springs and Nicoya Penisula

A travel blog entry by byebyesnow on Feb 18, 2013

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... road when it has to narrow again on the places it can't be widened. I guess it will speed up traffic in that area though. And what else was odd simply from a road-building perspective, is that they are widening nearly 100km all at once. Some has clearly been nearly ready to pave for well over a year; it's hard to say why that hasn't happened. Instead, they seem to have 100km of road crew redoing the same thing over and over. Just doesn't seem very effective ...


This hotel, located on 22 Street, Avenue 1-3, San Jose, is near CostaRican Trails, Jade Museum (Museo Nacional del Jade), Spirogyra Butterfly Garden, and Templo de la Musica.
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