Hotel Arenal Jireh
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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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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... br> At that point was so famished, we got back to town and went to the Common Cup (another recommended coffee place). Had a cappuccino frio and a Canteloupe pie yums!
Then rush rush back to the hotel for a super quick shower and got ready for the night hike! Was a couple of hours and fun...it was a pretty quiet night and we didn't get to see that much (a sloth, spiders, green viper, sleeping birds, stick insects, any colonies). No jaguar I'm afraid :)
... the gist. Anyway, after class I walked up to the co-op which is full of locally made crafts. I bought a few things, and looked around my new location a little bit more. Monteverde is worth every single rock that you car hits on the way up the unpaved road on the side of a mountain. Seriously. Get on the google machine until I can post some pictures. It is so green and so beautiful!
... a pack(?) of sainos, and a lot of ants (these were actually quite fascinating and Ben took some video of them).
The bridges were a variety of simple and suspension. The latter were definitely the more impressive, as well as the more liable to activate my fear of heights. It didn't help that I kept on thinking of various movie scenes of such bridges over ravines snapping and sending their occupants tumbling to the depths below.
Driving over from ...
... to fly to Costa Rica, I spent many sleepless nights worrying. Having never been to Costa Rica, my imagination ran wild. I worried about exposing our very young children to venomous snakes, spiders, sharks, and scorpions. I worried about food bourn illness and car accidents. I worried about hotel kidnappings and malaria and pool drownings.
To counteract my anxieties, I dragged Paul to an attorney to revise our will. I made him buy additional ...