Hotel Le Bergerac
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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First, this hotel, the Hotel Bougainvillea, is great. Welcoming, modern, with art and sculpture, reasonably priced, with a vast garden. Impeccably clean. Breakfast included, plus there's a very appealing bar and dining room you can choose to patronize later in the day. This has turned out to be a perfect first-stop, fresh-of-the-plane hotel for us (last night; finally).
Today we by God explored some of the Central Valley (and up ...
... that is 25,000 square miles or roughly the size of West Virginia. There are about 5 million people that live here. The currency is the colones which has an exchange rate of $1.00 to approx. 538 colones. Things are not cheap here in Costa Rica; gasoline is around $6 per gallon, although many people use diesel fuel which is cheaper. Tipping is not customary in restaurants here, rather taxes and tip are almost always included. About 75% of ...
... all in the same river. We walked at our own pace without a guide and I thought it was going to be a hike through the forest... Nope, paved pathways for the most part. They had several gardens to check out: butterfly, hummingbird, frogs, snakes, monkeys, toucans, jungle cats.... A lot of animals I had only seen briefly in the wild, all accessible here, so it was really cool. Got to have a toucan sit in my shoulder for a couple minutes.... Very very cool! Walking to ...
... bridges around the hospital to Parque Espana area. Several embassies (Mexica and Argentina) were in this area as well.
... after. Whilst I'd relished the exercise, my ankle hadn't appreciated the added weight of big bags of gravel and I was restricted to housekeeping duties for the last couple of days. On the up side it did mean I got to see a fair bit of one our neighbours...an oso perezoso (my favourite Spanish word), literally translating as lazy bear. We nicknamed our resident sloth Barry and he lived in trees near to our camp for a full five days. The first day he was spotted there was ...