Apartotel & Suites Villas del Rio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... Back at the lodge, we spent an hour communing with the hummingbirds on the viewing deck which is "salted" with sugar water feeders. The little guys are mesmerizing, and so frenetic they wear you out just to watch. Unfortunately, they are too fast for our camera to catch in flight. Dinner and another bottle of wine for the hot tub followed, and another chilly night sent us to bed early again.
On Friday morning we slept in a bit and ...
... porcupines, rabbits and squirrels.
Alberto guided us up to the Mirador del crater principal (first crater), which was a just a gentle 10 minutes walk from the car park. Only as we emerged onto the viewing platform did the smell of sulphur hit me. It wasn't overpowering, but it was strong enough not to want to stay there too long. It was the first volcano I've seen and was pretty much what I expected. Crater shaped, with lots of rock and a molten ...
... We prayed for their health. We hugged them, we loved them. We all felt God's arms around us. I am 40 years old, and this was the single most beautiful thing I have ever witnessed. I can't even express how grateful I am for that experience
This place is called "Hogar De Vida" for a reason. It IS a house of life. It is a house of joy. It is a place where God is so very alive. His love is palpable in ...
... of Santa Rosa in 1857. Walker was an American who tried to conquer and annex Latin American countries and bring them into the US as slave states.
After lunch we visited two other attractions, the Pre-Columbian Gold museum and the National Theatre. The Gold exhibit was part of the museum of ...
... tribe. It was displayed next to catholic religious relics which seemed strange, however it was a very small building that they had to work in. There was photography allowed but no flash so some of the images are Murky but you can tell how impressive some of these objects were.
There is a picture of my feet - where my shoes were so soaked that the dye soaked off the leather, through my socks and onto my feet. Today ended by being chilled to the bone from all the rain and while ...