Residencia Saint-Pierre

San Jose, Province of San Jose, Costa Rica | B&B
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Travel Blogs from San Jose

Adios Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by tdv95

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... br style="font-family: monospace; line-height: normal;">Even without the straight A's that DH was accustomed to in her school days, we really enjoyed our extended stay here (we'll be dreaming of this as we get back to the more rapid fire traveling that we've typically done). And to all those frost-bitten folks back in the tundra that is Canada, did I mention how hot and sunny it was down here??

RIP Ricky

A travel blog entry by kenzie.j.hi

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Poor Ricky, the previous pet bird of Ricardito, had died. However, according to Ricardito, Ricky had escaped. Phew, good thing that I didn't spill the beans. I asked him where he escaped to and he replied, "perhaps to whatever place that he likes". Ricky has now been replaced by Ojitos, the new pet bird of the family. Let's hope that this one won't escape like Ricky for Ricardito's ...

One more stamp on our passports (Costa Rica)

A travel blog entry by chasqui1970

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... were off down the mountain. Racing down the hill checking our watches we couldn't resist a pit stop at the local coconut supplier for a break and to enjoy the freshness of this tropical country. We pay a good money for so called fresh coconut water back home. But, nothing beats a recently harvested young ripe green coconut on the side of ...

The argument for getting lost

A travel blog entry by jenifertravels

... a couple of fender amps, two electic guitars, headphones, and two $1000 microphones. Meanwhile, chef Mark pulls a trumpet and harmonica out if his Mary Poppins kitchen. We suddenly had all the ingredients, and alcohol, for a very entertaining evening indeed. My confidence lubricated by booze, I pounded out some acoustic pearl jam with John on his gorgeous Martin guitar, the beat of breaking surf our backdrop. Our crew headed out onto the sand for star ...

Flipping the Tortilla

A travel blog entry by bob_and_lana

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... asked about our travels: How many countries and which one did you like the best? We all answered one-by-one. They cheered over and over as we of course said Costa Rica was our favorite. We asked them their favorite classes and what they aspired to be when grown. It was interesting to see that many of the girls professed a love of mathematics. The answer to the latter question ranged from doctor to architect, policeman, firewoman, chef, and football player, meaning ...

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