Posada El Quijote

Address: Bello Horizonte, Escazu, Province of San Jose, Costa Rica | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Bello Horizonte, Escazu, is near Volcan Poas, INBioparque, and Aventuras la Carpintera.
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    Travel Blogs from Escazu

    Settling in in Costa Rica

    A travel blog entry by ctillery on Mar 15, 2015

    7 photos

    ... later), we found that we had to keep the car in first gear most of the time (or maybe second, briefly) just to get out of the 'hood. We started a walk the second day, and quickly decided the steep road was too much for both of our knees. We relaxed on the veranda instead; fortunately we had bought enough provisions that first afternoon in town that we could just stay put and not starve. As we lazed around reading on the veranda, we ...

    Pura Vida...o la Vida Loca!

    A travel blog entry by laurabonhard on Jul 17, 2014

    8 photos

    ... getting lost" may like a bucket of paint thrown against a wall and called "art".

    Our next stop was a local emergency room where Carolina had an appointment. Typical Laura, ending up in the emergency room abroad =P I was allowed back with her (VERY relaxed hospital environment) and met her jovial doctor and family friend. He insisted on only speaking Spanish to me and I immediately wished I had brushed up a bit more! I was able to ...

    Why to travel, why to live.

    A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Mar 07, 2014

    16 photos

    ... very best in my very rudimentary Spanish to explain what we were doing on his farm. "Good afternoon, seņor. We walk Orosi. Where is Orosi? Is this your farm?" He gave us a generous smile, sensing our fear. "Just keep walking down this road, you'll pass my house, my wife can give you coffee. This road will lead you back into Orosi. Would you like to take so e oranges for the walk?" Before we could reply he was picking handfuls of oranges from the trees and filling our backpacks with ...

    Do you know the way to San Jose?

    A travel blog entry by slmackay on Oct 17, 2013

    41 photos

    ... off to explore.

    We had our first taste of Gallo Pinto (a traditional breakfast of rice, beans and eggs) in a local cafe then went for a wander around the centre. San Jose was not what I was expecting at all. I felt much safer (probably due to the large police presence in the centre) and it wasn't as full of tourists as I thought it would be. After checking out the main plazas and realizing there wasn't much to see on ...

    Tour of the Tascans' home.

    A travel blog entry by skelly1981 on Oct 09, 2013

    5 photos

    ... Central and South American peoples consider the areas only one continent, America. The night of the Costa Rica vs Mexico game, Nuria made a gigantic pot of hearty soup and there were 10 or more visitors: family and friends. Costa Rica won and there was much celebration both within the home and outside on the street. Fireworks went off for several hours after the end of the game.