Hotel Alajuela

Alajuela, Province of Alajuela, 4050, Costa Rica | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Alajuela

Mama, I'm Coming Home

A travel blog entry by excitethesoul


May 15, 2010... Captain's Log. The Crew had hiked 2 rain forests, kayaked through the dangerous rivers of the jungle, paid homage to a living volcano, transformed into a macaw and flew through the canopies, surfed the strong currents of the Pacific, and even petted a friendly iguana. It's time to head home.

2 days left in our itinerary and …

Early Mornings in Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by gilmer


... point. Not here! Here, you have to go to the airline and show them that you paid the departure tax. They then give you a receipt to give to the customs people.

Going through customs is a chore in it's own. They do their routine scan all of you and your items and then ask a tons of questions.

Next, we headed to our departure point and waited for our flight.

As we were boarding the flight, they then did another search of our luggage (which ...

Day 13-Return to Alejuela

A travel blog entry by marks-travels


... Wow!

The car ride to Alajuela took about 1 1/2 hours. Still ended up taking a detour even with the map. There are no street signs nor even any signs to San Jose. Fortunately the Hampton Inn is almost directly across the street from the airport.

The Hampton Inn was a great place to stay our first and last nights here. Because we used points for both stays, they were extra ...

Raleigh: Phase 2 - A tale of two parks

A travel blog entry by jennyroberts


... disturbing sights to share, with our free time spent by the islands pier, swimming and relaxing in the sun. At nightfall too, there were even more magical sights to see with the most colourful sunsets I've ever seen, filling the sky with potent oranges, pinks and purples. After dark we were then treated to another show of bright colour, due to the bioluminescent plankton in the water. The plankton don’t glow all of the time, but these ones glow blue, when the water they are in ...

Escuela Espanola (Spanish School!)

A travel blog entry by hgilbert

... breakfast on some days!

The Spanish school was incredibly useful! I did 4 years of Spanish at school, but that was a helluva long time ago now so I was more than a little rusty. Luckily, we had a few fluent Spanish speakers on base so I had been able to practice a bit before heading to Nicaragua. However, my vocabularly was woefully lacking and I could only remember very basic grammar rules. SInce Lindsay had previous Spanish experience ...


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