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Sarchi

Sarchí is the hometown of Costa Rica’s craft industry. A pleasant daytrip from San José, this Central Valley village features woodworking, furniture and traditional hand-painted oxcarts (ask for Joaquín Chaverri’s oxcart factory) as well as a wide selection of pottery, fine art, arts and crafts, gifts and souvenirs. A drive through the town reveals a number of different storefronts – pick one that takes your fancy and pull over. and the home of the American Ambassador are all in this San José suburb, a few kilometers southwest of La Sabana Park off the autopista. Escazú is actually two towns in one, San Rafael de Escazú and San Antonio de Escazú. The main intersection in town has a right turn for the San Rafael section and the town of Santa Ana (six km/four miles more), or you can go straight uphill for the San Antonio district. On the old road toward Santa Ana is Cerámica Tierra Rica, where you can watch potters make ceramics available for sale in their showroom. Santa Ana is more of a country village with roadside veggie stands. Source: http://www.1costaricalink.com/costarica/costarica-139.htm By S

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