Quinta Don Fernando

Address: Del Rancho Montisel 300 N, Alajuela, Province of Alajuela, 4011, Costa Rica | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Del Rancho Montisel 300 N, Alajuela, is near Zoo Ave and Juan Santamaria Historical Museum.
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      A little about my traveling companions

      A travel blog entry by christim on Jan 03, 2015

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      Last couple of walks.... Ouch!

      A travel blog entry by amelisheva on Aug 02, 2014

      ... some of the lookouts take you right up to them, we got really wet a few times! It was one of the pricier tours from the school but well worth every penny, even the humongous quantity of pennies I dropped at the gift shop later. I finally found some things that a special someone will really like. xoxoxo. Back home, going through my bag, I found just enough kinesio tape for my foot... Ahhh! So freaking glad I decided to bring that stuff, I almost left it at ...

      March 15, 2014

      A travel blog entry by jeb2729 on Mar 15, 2014

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      ... and put grated cheese in the middle...pinched the edges and carved our initials in the top. The mother fried them in oil in a pot on the "stove" pictured (made with a wheelbarrow bottom and clay top). We explored the farm and their natural bird feeder of fruit placed in a tree...she says she puts it there every day to keep the birds from eating the real crop. We walked down to see the father picking black beans. The empanada were delicious and ...

      No pancakes, no parades, no beads.

      A travel blog entry by bpancoast on Mar 04, 2014

      ... learning who all of the students are because they change every day. I'm hoping I'll be able to help with student assessments and I won't forget who is whom!

      I saw a few rain drops today, but I'm still enjoying the warm weather. I knew the second week would fly by, but I can't believe it's almost time to come back to the US. Of course, that's how I always feel toward the end of a service-based trip. Happy Mardis Gras/Fat Tuesday, and someone should go get some ashes for me ...

      Welcome to Costa Rica!

      A travel blog entry by traviskeith on Dec 07, 2013

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      ... I had read in travel guides that a soda was your best bet at having authentic Tico cuisine at a very reasonable cost. A soda is typically the owner’s house with the side which faces the road turned into a small “restaurant”. In this first case, a nicer one, there were a few picnic tables on a covered patio. The back door and window of the home opened to the seating patio so that you were able to see into the small kitchen where your meal was prepared. ...