Pension de la Cuesta B&B
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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The Costa Rican border was only a short journey away from San Juan, however, it was much more official than any border we have been to yet so it seemed to take forever to get through it! We had to have proof of our onwards journey out of Costa Rica, and our bags were all put through an X-ray machine! The bus we were on was pretty luxurious - air con and reclining seats, a far cry from the chicken buses we have gotten used to ...
... in Calleblancos. He was able to meet me at the church where I introduced him to the missionary group and other church members. Then we went to his house where my mother and sisters had a wonderful meal prepared for us! The rest of the day was spent visiting, taking pictures and catching up with each other......but mostly in awe over the miracle which took place today, a family reunion! Thank you God! Thank you for blessing me and allowing me to see my father and family one more time! ...
At the hotel we stopped by the concierge desk to ask for recommendations for the evening. The concierge gave us a list of restaurants and bars that would be open for the holiday, and highly suggested we make a reservation for dinner. We took her top three dinner recommendations to our room so we could search for customer reviews and nearby venues in case we wanted to pub crawl. Before we made a decision, we decided to soak up the last hour of sunlight at the pool. ...
... got to hiking it was dark. The low rumble of the volcano got louder and louder until we reached the edge of the crater and peered in. It was like looking through a window to the center of the earth.
I did one more expedition which involved volcano boarding, 2 days of hiking, camping overnight, and a swim in a lagoon. Much more organized this trek provided us with great meals and English speaking guides. ...
... buffet, everything we had in their restaurant was very very tasty. This hotel is worth staying and worth the money to spend. We took hotel arranged guided tour to Manuel Antonio National Park. Our guide's name was Ersel and he was very good at spotting birds and animals. He even helped us in taking photos from his telescope. The trip cost us 30$ per person. Any guided tour of Manuel antonio park takes to 3 beaches. Of all the beaches, beach number 2 was the best. ...