Travel Mondays, Mexico Pt. Two

I’m thankful for a classic spring day (rain, rain go away), but wouldn’t mind returning to the sun and warmth of San Jose. Here, a few more photos of our trip with restaurant recommendations at the end. We never had a single bad meal here, so have to share where we ate!

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One morning we awoke before dawn to try our hand at “surfishing.” I was really no good at it, but B caught a mackerel!

The sunrise alone was worth waking up really early.

The sunrise alone was worth waking up really early.

But the best part? Eating it all up!

But the best part? Eating it all up!

Two sharks stole fish from us that day. Was I getting in the water? Hell no!

Two sharks stole fish from us that day. Was I getting in the water? Hell no!

Downtown San Jose

Downtown San Jose

 

The view from our balcony (rough living, eh?)

The view from our balcony (rough living, eh?)

Late afternoon was the ideal time for exploring San Jose. The city was quiet and quite empty.

Late afternoon was the ideal time for exploring San Jose. The city was quiet and quite empty.

Where we stayed: The Grand Mayan Los Cabos (my in-laws time share property), service was top notch

Where we ate:

Habanero’s Gastro & Grill, the steak here was incredible!

La Dolce San Jose, very authentic Italian + wonderful service

Tropicana, great Mexican food, fun atmosphere, very kid friendly

Rock and Brews, A good choice if you want American food, but better for its night scene

La Panga Antiqua, upscale atmosphere, delicious Mexican and seafood

Have you ever been to San Jose? Where did you eat?

 

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