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Mi Casa guesthouse, SJ, San Jose. Boutique place to stay for a budget price. Home away from Home. House contain five hotel rooms, each one with its own marble bathroom. You get a room with fan, Safe deposit box, flat screen TV, toiletries and free internet. We offer self 24 hour checkin/check out. You just need a code for the main door smart lock. Laundry facility available. We have plenty of coffee, fridge were you can put a few beers, or food to store. Microwave, tea pot, coffee maker, dishes and silverware available for hour guests. Don't be a stranger, come and join us in the living room. Information folder available in the living room, with bus schedule and places to visit. Map of the surrounding is on the wall by the reception. Grab an umbrella on your way to a many restaurants within two three blocks away. You can take an...
Mi Casa guesthouse, SJ, San Jose. Boutique place to stay for a budget price. Home away from Home. House contain five hotel rooms, each one with its own marble bathroom. You get a room with fan, Safe deposit box, flat screen TV, toiletries and free internet. We offer self 24 hour checkin/check out. You just need a code for the main door smart lock. Laundry facility available. We have plenty of coffee, fridge were you can put a few beers, or food to store. Microwave, tea pot, coffee maker, dishes and silverware available for hour guests. Don't be a stranger, come and join us in the living room. Information folder available in the living room, with bus schedule and places to visit. Map of the surrounding is on the wall by the reception. Grab an umbrella on your way to a many restaurants within two three blocks away. You can take an Uber or taxi to Downtown for a few bucks to. Hair drier, iron, laundry service all available on request. Find us on the map as: Mi Casa guesthouse, SJ, San Jose
San José is not only Costa Rica’s capital but also it’s the largest city. The city is a destination in itself, so take a day or two to explore it and enjoy everything it has to offer. From modern museums and historic buildings to gourmet restaurants and beautiful outdoor spaces and parks, San Jose offers a glimpse into urban life in Costa Rica. Although you can visit on your own and walking through downtown is relatively safe, as much as any city’s downtown It’s Got Great Museums And Art Galleries San José is filled with a treasure trove of museums and art galleries that reveal a different side of Costa Rica’s history and culture. If your time is limited head straight for the Museo de Jade, this modern museum houses one of the world’s largest collections of pre-Columbian jade as well as other artifacts. Next to the Teatro Nacional, under the Plaza de la Cultura you will find the Museos del Banco Central, including the fascinating Precolumbian Gold Museum which dazzles visitors with its collection of gold artifacts also featuring a permanent exhibit of the history of Costa Rican currency. Other museums worth visiting include the National Museum which gives an insight into Costa Rican history and houses an exotic butterfly garden, the Children’s Museum filled with interactive exhibits and learning opportunities and the Museo de Arte Costarricense, a beautiful 1930’s neoclassical building which houses exhibits that showcase artwork by Costa Rica’s most renowned artists. It’s Filled With History He also shared with me the history behind the National Museum, a former fort turned museum after President José Figueres Ferrer abolished the military of Costa Rica following the victory in the civil war in 1948. It Has Beautiful Parks And Green Spaces The city is filled with parks and plazas and outdoor spaces. Take a stroll along the tree-lined paths of the Parque Nacional and check out the interesting historic statues. I was there in February and there was also an outdoor sculpture exhibit with great modern pieces from Tico artists! The Parque España is a small park with towering trees and a fountain, it’s a great urban space, perfect for taking a stroll. The Edificio Metalico historic building facing the plaza was commissioned in Belgium and is made completely out of metal, it’s one of the most photographed buildings in San José and a beautiful example of the architectural splendor of a bygone era. It’s Where Ticos Live And Play San José is where most Ticos (how Costa Ricans refer to themselves) work and play and spending a few days in San José will give you the opportunity to really get to know it’s people and culture. To get a good sense of everyday life in the city walk along the pedestrian mall, a street that extends for 8 or 9 blocks in downtown and people watch. Walk through San José’s different barrios or neighborhoods including downtown, Escazu and the more modern La Sabana where you stroll through the beautiful La Sabana park and check out the modern new soccer stadium. Plantains, gallo pinto (rice and beans), cazado, and salsa Lizano, which Ticos put on everything, are some of the must-try staples.
WERE TO EAT IN SAN JOSE * El Mestizo: a gastronomic market filled with creative and exciting food offerings, similar to a tapas bar concept. This is a lively destination where you can often find live music and a party vibe. * Avenida Escazu: for a look at the modern side of San José head to Avenida Escazu. With a wide variety of restaurants and chic stores, Avenida Escazu has lots of signature dining options and is a great place for people watching as well as shopping. So if you’re headed to Costa Rica be sure to include San José in your itinerary. A couple of days are enough time to see the city’s highlights. Due to San José’s central location, many one-day and multi-day tours have their starting point in Costa Rica’s capital, making San José the perfect base camp for your Costa Rica adventures!
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1 Jan 2019
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