Hotel Arenal Jireh
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Arenal Jireh La Fortuna
we stayed 2 nights at low season, so they gave us a discount without any questions. the hotel was very empty. but all the staff did a good job being helpfull. the room was very clean, but only during and after a heavy rainshower we had some water on the bottom in our room.
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... you lay on your stomach and grip you chest. At this point, I was suspended from a height so high that I couldn't make out the ground because I was above most of the trees. You can see all of the mountains and hills around you. The view is amazing, but it's also terrifying because you're pretty much thinking that if your harness broke, you would fall to yor death, because you have nothing to hold on to. Oh, and my cable stopped about 150 feet short of ...
You don't get much sleep on these trips!! Off to the bakery at 7am again - this time I tried a chocolate 'croissant'. Not really a croissant, more just bread in a croissant shape. But it was good. And then I felt sick! We left in a private van at 8am. Sad to leave the cloud forests of Monteverde behind. I really like it here. It took 2 hours to drive to Arenal lake. The drive was beautiful. It was a lovely sunny day - bright blue sky. Bright green forest. Amazing hills all around. ...
... Princess1 and Princess2 started most days on this trip with a lengthy, and deep, conversation on whether or not their shorts matched their tops, and whether either one emphasized certain body parts that should not be emphasized (did you know that as you tan you should adjust your lipstick colour so your lips don't start looking cartoonish??), I'm not sure they even noticed this derailment of plans but I was a little disappointed.
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... line company picked us up right on time. After stopping at a couple of other hotels, we were on the bus for about a half-hour or so until we got to a point on a narrow dirt road where the clouds had parted enough for us to see the peak of Arenal! All 12 or so tourists on the bus were really excited, so the driver pulled over and let us take pictures for a few minutes.
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