Arenal Country Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsArenal Country Inn La Fortuna
It had a pool that I didn't get around to using but others were sure enjoying, hot water once you figured it out, friendly and helpful reception and cleaning staff. Don't know about price because it was included in the tour. Also included a fridge. A down side was that if you wanted ac you had to pay for it but we didn't need it so it didn't matter.
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Happy birthday Momma! But I think we might need an arc to get out of here cause it hasn't stopped raining at all. This morning as we get ready to go the guide Pamela gives us the heads up that if the roads are too bad we might have to walk for portions of the trip and if it's really bad carry our luggage too. Not a problem with me except that I'm a …
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... climbed its "stumpy" neighbour (the "Chato" in Cerro Chato means short or stumpy). This was yet another steep and muddy hill climb for a couple of hours through dorm dense Costa Rican jungle, before emerging on the side of the extinct volcano crater, with active Arenal towering in the background, hidden among the clouds. We considered a dip in the waters, but declined, as we were ill prepared for the degree of mud ...
... be seen.
Work has started on the rough dirt road, which is basically 4WD only, that leads into town from the main highway. Eventually it will be paved road all the way from San Jose, which will make it much easier to get here. It will bring much more tourism to the area, which of course is good for the economy and local businesses, but at what cost? It is a debate happening all over Costa Rica as simply paving a road can change ...
... don't call it that. I don't know why each country has to have the same name for different
things. It makes it confusing...Anyway, I do like finding about the regional differences.
One name I really prefer to use the Mexican name is the name for the speed bump. In Mexico, we call them topes. It's the most expedient thing to scream out to make sure the driver slows down when there is an unexpected speed bump. You scream "tope, ...