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Travel Blogs from San Ramon
I've spent the last couple of days in San Jose and then travelling just an hour away to the much more pleasant San Ramon. During my time I managed to catch up with two Raleigh friends and get a taste of Costa Rican family life. San Jose appealed slightly more on my second visit, but remains a pretty ugly city! Wandering through the chain of squares and parks, with a wealth of people walking, sitting ...
... drop point. Carrying 8-10 kilos of pebbles over distances of between 100 metres and 1 kilometre, was at times tedious and gruelling, however I actually came to enjoy it. Thinking of the exercise and seeing the path extend, bit by bit, was very satisfying. I also got plenty of time to contemplate the world on each of my runs. It was very hot work and we would end up pretty filthy; the mud turning my skin paler, like I'd been in a flour fight. We'd work through until around 10.30am ...
... walked into the seating area of the theater I was reminded of the old Chief Theater in Colorado Springs. The ornate decorations, the paintings on the ceiling, the multi- levels of box seating all reminded me of the Chief.
The theater is not only a show-piece for tourists. It is still a functioning theater with many performances each year.
The level of detailed workmanship was evident in even the most mundane things; the ...
... lard--we didn’t ask. A fact well known to all of us Southerners is that frying always makes things tastier, especially if lard is used, even if it does send one to their grave in a more timely fashion.
Rosea’s sixteen-year old daughter, the mother of the infant Santiago, also had a small business selling hand-sewn items. Lana bought a beautiful potholder.
After the empanada lesson, we made our way to the nearby San Francisco School. ...
... of the past, such as the ice ages, combined with the process of natural selection. It is thought that all of Central America, prior to the ice ages, was a contiguous rain forest, which was undoubtedly populated by many different species of plants and animals. However, severe climate changes of the ice ages caused a destruction of some of the rain forest, leaving isolated pockets of rain-forest ecosystems behind, each of which had ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking