Americas Paradise Wellness Park and Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Americas Paradise Wellness Park and Lodge La Fortuna
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... I want all of them, but I can't have milk, so I have none of them. Jamie orders one that looks amazing and a sandwich that looks basic. I order tacos, which apparently tacos in Costa Rica are all deep fried. I am horribly embarrassed, but I can't eat them so I have to send them back. I am more than willing to pay for them, however. I order a burrito instead, which is very good. Refried beans here are made from black beans. After we eat, we catch a cab to the ...
... one first, which had a few curves and went underground for a little bit. Not that we could tell at that point, because it was really dark and there were no lights by the water slide at all. That actually made it kinda scary, because we couldn't see where the curves were. And then the slide ended at least 4-5 feet above the pool. Very fun! We had to go a second time, of course, although realized it was really kind of bumpy. Our bodies were starting to feel bruised, so we didn't ...
The wind and rain wake us around 0730 and it was a nice, uninterrupted sleep for the first time in a few days. Good to be back in a quiet hostel. We go down to the kitchen for breakfast and are greeted with nice hot coffee, a plate of fruit, two bowls of cereal (actually half bowls) and an egg on toast. Not bad for a hostel breakfast. We throw the joggers and rain jackets on with the intention of a solid hit out around the town with its many hills, ...
... is damp and doesn't dry, my riding gear stinks and when I put my boots on they make my eyes water. Must get to a laundrette that we can wash and dry the gear.
Headed out towards the Volcano Arenal dodging rain. Bits of countryside look like England except have much bigger cattle in the fields.
Briefly see the volcano Arenal as we ...
... arrive back and into Santa Elena I head for a wander and some lunch. The town is not very big and is really made up of 3 main streets in the shape of a triangle. You can immediately tell that this is a tourist town. There are so many souvenir shops and the prices everywhere are in US$. Now for the next adventure, ziplining, a 1590m superman and a mega Tarzan swing (I'm a little scared). The shuttle picks me up from the hostel and I quickly meet a group of American ...