Quinta Don Fernando

Del Rancho Montisel 300 N, Alajuela, Province of Alajuela, 4011, Costa Rica | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Del Rancho Montisel 300 N, Alajuela, is near Zoo Ave and Juan Santamaria Historical Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Alajuela

    2 Months and Counting...

    A travel blog entry by morganmaraea on Apr 06, 2014

    28 photos

    ... JOKES I'm a volunteer so I have no money ���� haha 30: alcohol in bars and clubs are ridiculously cheap ���� Sort your **** out New Zealand. 31: Danced my wee heart out at a coupley ka pai parties. again New Zealand please sort your **** out, your behind. AND finally.. 32: The best thing I have discovered about Costa Rica is it's people! I have met the most amazing, beautiful, helpful, caring, funny, bestest ...

    A Walk in the Cemetery

    A travel blog entry by gilmer on Mar 05, 2014

    122 photos

    ... and I enjoy visiting them and taking pictures while touring through their grounds.

    After exploring the cemetery, I headed back to the hotel. I am now watching tv and playing on the internet. It is currently 8:18 pm. We fly out of Alajuela tomorrow with US Airways. We fly from San Jose to Syracuse with a pit stop in Charlotte, NC. Our flight is scheduled to leave at 3:35 pm..

    I will close off for now.. Adios! :)


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    Welcome to Costa Rica!

    A travel blog entry by traviskeith on Dec 07, 2013

    6 photos

    ... rental car in Costa Rica, one: it should be an SUV, two: spend the extra $9 a day for the GPS, it was perhaps the best money I have ever spent.We began our drive from the airport and ten minutes out of the city, I loved it already. I have always enjoyed driving in the mountains, but now there was also the jungle, and small roadside vendors selling fresh fruits and crafts. We needed to stop for gas right away and were surprised to see that gas stations are full service, ...

    Muy ocupado!

    A travel blog entry by kemitch on Jun 12, 2013

    7 photos

    ... of staff of Cru and of Light Force were there and it was great-a lil bit of English and Spanish worship music. Today was real hard. I was very drained from the start and realized I have been talking with people all-day for the past 3.5 days without much time alone at all! And this whole starting convos with people and initiating conversation is very new to me haha. It's a little bit draining. But the day got better as it went on, and I have this afternoon to read and ...

    Casa DIba

    A travel blog entry by kenzie.j.hi on Mar 15, 2013

    ... only 20 years old, always talks about the caballos or horses. He always asks, viste? or have you seen them. I never know what he's referring to, but Ambar thinks that it's his way to engage in the conversation. It's his version of hello I suppose. It's nearly impossible to get him to talk about something besides animals. There's another autisitc patient who doesn't say much unless I ask him questions. He responds ...