Hotel Alajuela

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

"It was actually really fun!"

A travel blog entry by maya.sanden on Jun 17, 2014

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... Today, we're off to see volcanos! More later. Side note: apparently, Costa Rica has 12 million types of animals, which is more than the US and Canada combined! Attached is a picture of a statue of Juan Santa Maria, who is a hero here. He overthrew an American dictator, William Walker, hundreds of years ago. William Walker came to Costa Rica to help contain a violent situation at the time, but once ...

Arrival in San José

A travel blog entry by gprevost on Feb 18, 2014

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After an uneventful flight, we finally arrive in San José! -30c left behind, arrival in 30c heaven! It is great to be "back home". We are prepared for our three months of "semi-retirement". Ziggy, our faithful cockapoo is surely anxious to be freed from the cargo hold. This is his second trip. Familiar scents, friends and the anticipation of his cataract surgery. Medical tourism for our cherished ...

Panama City to Costa Rica - good to great

A travel blog entry by jakedavis on Jan 19, 2014

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... and the decision was, get out of Panama however we can.  Time to try the airport. From the Albrook bus terminal a taxi should cost between $25-$35 US. The first taxi Lynsey and I approached said $30, but when we started walking towards another cab, he said $25. We had him on the ropes, but I caved and said OK. We could have asked for lower.  At the airport we stood in the longest line to try and buy our tickets, but I found tickets online the the KAYAK ...

Rice for bfast lunch and dinner

A travel blog entry by kemitch on Jun 21, 2013

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... painting to create discussion. Journey Cafe's will hopefully turn into a great way to spark conversations and questions about topics that students struggle with and how God can be a part of those struggles. We ended the night with a hang out at Taco Bell, which is like super super popular here (weird) and then some people came to the hostel to catch the end of the Spurs vs Heat game, which was quite intense! Hope you are all doing well! Con amor, ...

When I really started to live...

A travel blog entry by amphitrite on Apr 28, 2013

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... you travel around the world" mentality, that gave me the opportunity to get to know my beautiful country, living in such a touristic destination I learned all those secret spots with perfect waves that few knew existed, we avoided the main touristic spots and explored the unknown.
I had the travel bug and I didn't even know it I just had a natural instinct to explore, I started taking pictures of everything that surrounded my every day, I also started a personal journal. ...

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