Hotel el Prado

La Garita, Alajuela, Province of Alajuela, Costa Rica | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Alajuela

It's the Final Countdown!

A travel blog entry by bpancoast

... we have
given to the caregivers and sisters, I know we have done some excellent work
with these underserved people. If I was independently wealthy, I'd hire some
more people to come to Manos and just play with and interact with those people.
They are beyond excited when people play or interact with them, and it's just
delightful to see their joy.

Tomorrow we must say goodbye to the people of Manos Abiertas

Welcome to Costa Rica!

A travel blog entry by traviskeith


... 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. ...

Raleigh: Phase 2 - A tale of two parks

A travel blog entry by jennyroberts


... bright green ones, eating frogs whole, to two metre long boa constrictors and a couple of little fairly innocent looking, but deadly, Fer de Lances, about the work place and the house! Insects were present in abundance, from ant motorways with their mini community and strict roles; to hopping crickets and the like. Spiders were seemingly everywhere too, from money spiders, through to tarantulas; with standard or 3D universe-like webs. Millipeeds and centipeeds came in all shapes ...

Recap From Costa

A travel blog entry by jord-travers


I write this from my small bedroom in the capital city San Jose as a thank you to my loyal readers. Over the past month I have been working diligently with the secretary Mumma Travers back home collecting papers, resumes, cover letters and every scrap of brainpower needed to apply for Medical School back home. A big thanks to those helping me on this path - I am extremely grateful and will throw one act of generosity in your favour... Choose wisely.

As a result of this ...

Traveling with Kids

A travel blog entry by millhousers


... she was chronically annoyed whenever Ivy was awake (which happens to be the majority of the day). So, when it smashed on the floor during a sibling scuffle, I was sad, but not devastated. Incidentally, I will strongly endorse the iGuy 2 (a kid –friendly case for the iPad). This gadget keeps the iPad totally protected. Vivian dropped the iPad more times than I can count, and it didn’t even have a scratch. Vivian’s iPad ...


TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel el Prado Alajuela

1.00 of 5 stars Poor

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