Hotel el Prado

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

Early Mornings in Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by gilmer on Mar 06, 2014

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... just the same as you would find one in any province or even state in the USA. Also, we were even able to watch English television last night - although I did not really watch much.

It is currently 7:31 am in the morning so I thought I would write a short entry in my blog. I'm not sure if I will have access to the computer for the rest of the day.

The hotel is allowing us to have a late check out. We have decided to stay until 1 pm and then take the shuttle ...

Day 7: Relaxation time

A travel blog entry by misslibbyrn on Feb 09, 2014

... bartender we met when we first arrived and traded information. He is a very nice young local but has family in New Hampshire, so we told him to come visit if ever in the states. We went back to the room early to pack and then headed to dinner at Agua Azul, a very small open air restaurant with a beautiful view over looking the ocean. The food was good but service was slow. Jeff ...

Panama City to Costa Rica - good to great

A travel blog entry by jakedavis on Jan 19, 2014

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... The customs agent was browsing facebook and listening to James Brown at the customer desk "Living in America". She also smiled when we started dancing. :) The second form we should have had and didnt, was at the 2nd bag scanning station, but the girl there just waved us through even though we didnt have the form. Nice! You then walk into a corridor outside where a taxi pimp hailed a taxi for us after Lynsey explained where we needed to go. The cab driver however did ...

Sarchi and Folklore Evening

A travel blog entry by egatfield on Jun 28, 2013

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... We washed it all down with fruit juice or orange Fanta.

After dinner, the young dancers danced for us to traditional Costa Rican music. The girls spun dizzying pirouettes in their full white dresses, and the men tapped their boots and tipped their cowboy hats. When they had completed a few dances and vacated the dance floor, we guessed the traditional portion of the night was over when Usher came on over the loudspeakers. The ...

Adventures Contradictions

A travel blog entry by nathan.guyer on Apr 16, 2013


... and visited some waterfalls and hotsprings.

I've developed a somewhat dynamic relationship with the tourism industry here. I discussed before how I've always had to play 20 questions to get right or consistent information. But beyond that, I'm the sort of "tourist" that constantly brings ideas and questions up that people say are impossible or simply illogical. The tourist office staff tell me bus's don't go where I'm going, it will take too long, that option ...

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