Hotel Trapp Family Country Inn

Address: 400 Meters West From the Soccer Field, Alajuela, Province of Alajuela, Costa Rica | 3 star inn
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This 3 star inn, located on 400 Meters West From the Soccer Field, Alajuela, is near Fincas Naturales, Juan Santamaria Historical Museum, Parque Juan Santamaria, and The Butterfly Farm (Finca de Mariposas).
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    Travel Blogs from Alajuela

    We're here!

    A travel blog entry by wandering-again on Jun 27, 2015

    6 photos

    ... taxi boot opened and our bags nearly fell out. There was one guy driving a bus and I thought he was going to hit us.


    The taxi brought us to our place where we are staying called El Patio Hostel. We were led into our room by a man called Daniel and he showed us around the hostel. He has a French bulldog called Misha who is very cute. I am looking forward to sleeping ...

    A little about my traveling companions

    A travel blog entry by christim on Jan 03, 2015

    2 photos

    ... frame in front of my 5 foot tall body. He was quite sensitive, though, and as soon as this was pointed out, he was careful to let me stand in front of him since he could see over my head anyway. Frank often had a quippy, funny remark to voice ...

    We are back home to our piece of paradise

    A travel blog entry by jimpat on Sep 16, 2014

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... We were away for 43 days while visiting 3 countries, 4 if you include Hong Kong. We flew on 12 flights, sat in 10 different airports, spent 58 hours in planes, slept in 18 different beds, drank hundreds of bottles of water, and traveled in taxis, planes, bullet trains, subways, local buses, double-decker buses, tuk-tuks, bamboo rafts, kayaks, ferries, private cars, bicycle rickshaws, tour buses, local trains, jeeps, gondolas, trams, motorcycle, and ...

    Love la Pura Vida

    A travel blog entry by purcy on Feb 25, 2014

    8 photos

    ... small road. There was no bus stop. There wasn´t even anything down that road. So we put on our packs and started walking. This was not a feasible option. Fortunately, a bus came round the bend, direction Monte Verde, with space on the floor for us to sit.

    It was a beautiful bus ride. As we climbed up into the mountains, the sun was setting over the water far in the west, volcanoes and mountains punctuated the horizon and monkeys and birds adorned the trees at the sides of ...

    We finally made our way to San Jose!

    A travel blog entry by carlyandjosh on Oct 27, 2013

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... actually handled by the stewards on the bus, but putting our bags through customs had to be handled by us which is fair enough. There were no X-ray machines or anything fancy like that, just three guys searching bags as quickly as they could. Both Josh and I were lucky in that after seeing our passports they waved us both through, we must have looked suitably non-threatening.

    After about 15 minutes on the bus in Nicaragua we ...