Pension Alajuela

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

A Walk in the Cemetery

A travel blog entry by gilmer


... and I enjoy visiting them and taking pictures while touring through their grounds.

After exploring the cemetery, I headed back to the hotel. I am now watching tv and playing on the internet. It is currently 8:18 pm. We fly out of Alajuela tomorrow with US Airways. We fly from San Jose to Syracuse with a pit stop in Charlotte, NC. Our flight is scheduled to leave at 3:35 pm..

I will close off for now.. Adios! :)


Welcome to Costa Rica!

A travel blog entry by traviskeith


... by women. I had studied spanish pretty thoroughly while in the states, but somehow had not learned to say, “fill the tank, please”. Luckily, almost all Costa Ricans, (or Ticos, as they refer to themselves), speak some English. All gas prices in Costa Rica are fixed, so you needn't worry about getting ripped off. It is a bit expensive, $5.30 a gallon when we were there, but we drove a lot and still somehow only had to fill up two times.
After driving ...

All the way to San Jose plus Monteverde

A travel blog entry by ljd


... you may find you spend longer going round the various hotels collecting and dropping off participants than actually viewing the still smoking volcano and bubbling sulphur pool as I did. It only takes about 10 mins to walk from the car park to the crater at Poas, which is is pretty amazing at approximately 1.5km across and reputedly the second largest crater, in terms of active volcanos, in the world. The sulphur pool within the crater, which is ...


A travel blog entry by kemitch


... administration and sociology double major, is an atheist. However, he took the time to talk with us and at one point asked us why we needed God-pretty straight forward and simple and something that as Christians we should all know-yet how as a sinner, someone so capable of twisting the gospel, do you explain why you need God? It was awesome to share with Brian and to pray for him after. Who knows what ours answered to his question meant or how they affected him, but I ...

San Jose, Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by tlvice


... down to level two. Upon exiting the elevator we found ourselves in the temporary exhibition space. The works on display were by the artist Lola Fernandez. I had never heard of her before; however, I did find several of her pieces appealing. There were paintings, textile pieces, mixed media, and some drawings.

Once we finished looking at the art we entered the vault on the second level. This was where the gold museum began. One of the ...

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