Hotel Dorothy

Address: Barrio Pilo, Province of Alajuela, Costa Rica | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located on Barrio Pilo, Province of Alajuela, is near Fincas Naturales, Juan Santamaria Historical Museum, Parque Juan Santamaria, and The Butterfly Farm (Finca de Mariposas).
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Dorothy Province of Alajuela

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    Travel Blogs from Province of Alajuela

    Emotional Mannequines and A Proud Chicken

    A travel blog entry by jason152z on Mar 31, 2015

    4 photos

    ... a slight 'India moment' when dozens of Tico taxi drivers stormed into our path all offering a ride in their 'dodgy' cars. Luckily we had knowledge to pick those with an official yellow triangle and apart from having to walk to a different area of the airport to get it, we arrived safely. After a walk into San Jose you get a real sense of Latin America, lots of people sitting outside and dodgy dealings taking ...

    Explore San Jose

    A travel blog entry by tmarq4 on Mar 06, 2015

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... focused on the early colonization time when the building housed the first and second commanders of the country. Lunch was at a restaurant across the street from the museum, recommended by Armando, called Nuestro Tierra. After lunch, Kris ordered coffee, which was made tableside in a traditional coffee-maker. This looked to be the Costa Rican version of a Keurig, but much more earth-friendly, and ...

    ¡Con amor! With love!

    A travel blog entry by brazil2011 on Jan 20, 2015

    13 photos

    Getting to know Christ is kinda like working on a Costa Rican construction project. Even though I was raised in the church and, on some level, always loved Him, I don't think I truly know Him until recently. When I recommitted to Him this past year I was overwhelmed by how much I didn't know. How does this relate to a Costa Rican construction project? I am constantly amazed how much can be relayed by only a few Spanish words. Aquí, ...

    The highlands of Alajuela

    A travel blog entry by frubia on Jul 20, 2014

    44 photos

    ... cypress bushes, which are trimmed in various shapes. We saw dancing animals, oxcarts, dinosaurs and many other fantasy creatures. The imagination of the artists does not seem to have any boundaries. Sixteen green arches lead to the entrance of the beautiful pink and blue church.

    Zarcero is the home town of our friend Milena Solis, who we got to know while living in Dublin, Ireland. Ever since we planned our trip to Costa Rica, ...

    Day of the tree

    A travel blog entry by marksmb on Jun 16, 2014

    2 photos

    Apparently, it is the national day to celebrate trees. No one except the administration knew it, so to the surprise of many of the teachers here, an assembly was set up for third period. Young students presented passages about the importance of trees...fruit, flowers, homes for animals, etc. as with all ceremonies here, it started with the national anthem and the San Carlos ...