Hotel Trapp Family Country Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Trapp Family Country Inn Alajuela
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... breakfast at each hotel, on every day, included Gallo Pinto a national dish of beans and rice, and where we also discovered the traditional Salsa sauce called Lizano that goes with it. We liked it so much we brought some home to put on our beans on toast! Who knows, if we run out of salsa sauce, maybe we'll come back! ;ᘴ 6;ȩ ...
... trail. Walk about 10 feet past the sign. You’ll see cut off palm leaves… No, they’re on the ground in the trail… There’s a Ceiba tree to your right. Look up about 16.7 feet to find a branch that hangs at about a 30 degree angle ...
... nearly una hora but it all paid off in the end, and I won! The hardest part of the different languages isn't speaking Spanish or finding the right words. It's switching for languages depending on who I'm speaking to. Sometimes when trying to translate something to Casey, I find half way through that I'm actually still speaking ...
... signs along the way at the hardest points which were good motivators to keep going. They also had signs at each kilometre. This was not appreciated. I like to play the mind game - you are much farther than you really which works every time. No such luck on this hike. Despite that, we made base camp in good time and enjoyed the view on the way up.
After napping, eating tortillas with pb and banana for lunch and tuna mixed with refried beans and ...
... drop point. Carrying 8-10 kilos of pebbles over distances of between 100 metres and 1 kilometre, was at times tedious and gruelling, however I actually came to enjoy it. Thinking of the exercise and seeing the path extend, bit by bit, was very satisfying. I also got plenty of time to contemplate the world on each of my runs. It was very hot work and we would end up pretty filthy; the mud turning my skin paler, like I'd been in a flour fight. We'd work through until around 10.30am ...