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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... armadillo, kinkajou, agouti, coati, a sleeping porcupine snuggled in a tree. A good range if animals and really cool to see, and again the guide was full of information and interesting facts. The experience was dampened though by the sheer number of people and the excess noise. Worth doing, but don't go in expecting too much! Went out with Rach for a local meal after before heading to bed pretty early - planned an early start the next day to get to the cloud forest as it ...
... creek a ways until we climbed into some pools where there was soft sand and many rocks to sit on or against. I found a spot just past where the water was cascading down some rocks and relaxed as the sun began to set. It wasn't long before fireflies were visible all along the edge of the stream. I couldn't believe I was actually experiencing anything so beautiful in real life. It wasn't a movie and it wasn't Disneyland, but it felt ...
... time exploring the forest after dusk. View the map and data of this hike at bit.ly/Lucas-CRhike3.
Returned to the parking area at 7:45 and had a quick eight-minute ride back to the inn, where we linked up with Mom and went out to dinner at a pizzeria in Santa Elena that boasts "the largest, cheapest, and most delicious pizza in town." The pizza was good, though somewhat expensive. I enjoyed fresh pineapple blended ...
... buffet and dinners in the restaurant, while not necessarily our most desired menu items, were properly prepared and exquisitely well served (if one day I should become Bruce Wayne rich, Adonay (sp) will be hired as my Alfred).
A couple of local recommendations I would add would be an Italian meal just up the road at Tramonti (the octopus pasta and the pizzas were yummy) and a yoga session with Natalia at Rio Shanti.
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