Beso del Viento
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBeso del Viento Parrita
Beautifully stylish as only the French can manage. Wonderful swimming pool, pristine empty beach, and the most sublime food. Bernard conjured up the most tender cuts of meat imaginable, with wonderful sauces and potato dishes. We spent 3 nights here as a family and had a wonderful time. The river next to the road to the beach has crocodiles and a great variety of bird life, and we enjoyed a trip to the San Miguel national park. One of our favourite places.
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... and it was so sweet. On the way home, Juan Carlos, dropped us off at our new hotel in Playa Hermosa, which is the next beach over from Jaco. Tonight we were here to watch a surfing competition. Now that I have tried surfing, watching excellent surfers is fascinating, inspiring and thrilling. Food update: Tonight I had sushi and ate it with a wonderful view of the ocean. I had a spicy California roll and a calamari roll that came with a side of ...
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... past our hotel and that would dump us on the street that had most of the restaurants on it. Walking along a Costa Rican freeway under construction didn't seem like the safest idea so off we went.
As we turn down the road, and there was nothing but ditches and a field on the right and a huge industrial complex fenced off with barb wire and armed guards at the gates on the left. Employees were getting off work and driving down the gravel road and Christine and I had ...
... happy to come up to you with tails wagging.
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... keep a native parrot in a house in Costa Rica. These former confiscated or surrendered pets have the best of all worlds: they are free to live in their natural habitat, but they are also regularly fed by the hotel staff. One parrot liked to laugh and scream "hola" or "rico" every time we walked by. Another had caused some trouble for his propensity to swear (in Spanish) at the guests. While we were checking in, a troop of wild capuchin ...