Sueno Celeste (Blue Dream)
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- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Hot tub
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... Very nice man. We bonded instantly.
The views from the top were breathtaking. A different view of Arenal and the lake. Most were there to do the zip line. We all rode up in the tram together, but we came down without the zip liners. We did get to see the training and saw them take off from the platform. We were able to stay up there as long as we wanted. When we came down we ...
... the lodge. We picked up a Green Honeycreeper, Broad-billed Motmot, and many bird sounds back in the brush that we were unable to see. Our lodging at the Arenal Observatory Lodge is much closer to the volcano than the place we ...
... he would only want to do one week if it was a similar type of service trip, but if it was working with kids, he would of a full two weeks. We were so glad to hear that!!! And it was kind of fitting that we then spent the afternoon at Collegio, the 7th-12th grade public school in town where we were going to originally work for our entire project. Built in the 70s, the older buildings definitely show the wear of being an open air ...
... to Arenal.!!!The trail was very muddy and steep.Whenever Dad got to a flat spot he'd shout "Woo Woo flat spot!!!!"When we finally got to the top we were feeling good so we decided to hike down to the crater lake.We basically climbed down to the lake since there were so many mini cliffs.In this case going down is definitely harder than going up.The lake was nice except we couldn't see across because of the clouds.We met a few families ...
... a large flock of egrets that had
been roosting near the tilapia pond took to the sky. At about six I began to
actually function and started the coffee maker. I stood on the porch with my
coffee and watched as the sun began to burn through the early morning mist. I
debated walking but the mist would frequently give way to bursts of rain and I
opted to continue to observe from the dry safety of the porch.
The sun won the battle with the
mist and rain ...