Hotel Villa Dolce
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Outdoor pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Villa Dolce Alajuela
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... the acidic smell of gases were nearly overwhelming. In fact, you are not supposed to stay there more than 20 minutes. We then hiked back down to meet our bikes again in the parking lot. Our ride totaled 30 km, and was mostly downhill. But the steepness and frequency of pot-holes meant that control was of top importance. We feared that traffic would be a factor, too, along with ...
... only a peep. During the trip, I witnessed the most amazing phone conversation between Steven and ...
... off again! This time to Caro’s house in San Jose. We hung out there for an hour while trying to sort out some wedding details/deliveries and so Caro could get ready for our night out. Her wedding dress hung in the foyer and it hit me how incredible this weekend was going to be, not just for my own traveling soul, but for a beautiful couple in love and for a close-knit family celebrating one of their own.
After going back to my ...
On the way see more very large fields of sugar cane and pineapple and we are told Costa Rica is the number one producer of pineapple....and # 2 producer of bananas in the world. It is a beautiful sunny day but bus has just the right temp of air-conditioning so we are comfortable in short sleeves and shorts. Our destination is near Los Chiles and the Rio Frio. We board a boat with a top and open sides and front...perfect to explore ...
... For me, these two weeks have been interesting, to say the least. I
have been challenged by the students in a much different manner than previous
experiences, but I feel like I have learned a lot while I've been here. I love
the smiling faces at Manos, and feel like we made a huge difference in the
Jireh clinic. I hope the students are getting more out of these two weeks than
they are alluding to, and I hope the ...