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The park once was a lagoon that was a source of mud for adobe homes. The area was drained in 1878 and opened as a public park in 1890, named after Francisco Morazán, the first and last president of the United States of Central America....More
This park is walking distance from our Hotel so we came by to check it out. It's nice, lots of people use it. We saw someone juggling and all the statues the park has to offer.
Across the street there's a building made out of...More
My wife and I came upon this park just after dark one evening when we first came to San Jose. Police were frisking several suspected miscreants and we spotted a 'campesino' smoking what I'm sure was crack on a stairwell nearby. Outta there...but in the...More