Waiting for the train
It’s a day when planes, trains and automobiles are setting off on holiday journeys around the world. In Costa Rica, many families get to stay put altogether or have shorter trips ahead, like the ones made by the city’s urban train, which travels through the capital and to Heredia, Alajuela and Cartago. Here, a train waits for passengers at the Atlantic station in San José.
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