Cafe Playa Negra, Restaurant & Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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This morning we got ready to go riding into the jungle. There is a really nice breeze but it's HOTTT! Maybe 34/35. I'm glad we went today instead of yesterday - there was no breeze at all yesterday and today there is a really nice breeze happening. Freddy, the caretaker, thankfully speaks some English. He is very nice. He came and got the horses all ready for us. So far everyone has been super nice to us. My horse was ...
... dirt road that is pretty rough. We passed a little Tico town, some hotels, more like hostels and such. It's pretty rustic, it reminds me of people really wanting to get away from it all this is where they escape too. We passed the Hacienda Pinilla, JW Marriott Hotel and golf course. We couldn't see the hotel, but the entrance looked gorgeous. It reminds me of Cuba when we went, there is nothing then all of a sudden a beautiful hotel. ...
... bigger purchases as we haven't seen a bank yet. Most places take US cash, Colones, or Visa....no Canadian $$. Exchange is approx 1 US dollar = 525 Colones. (1000 colones for 3 small watermelon) The house we rented is just before Playa Junquilla and on the way to Nosara (our next destination). We started our drive south towards Santa Cruz, then turning right towards the ocean! We passed bicycles, mopeds, a man riding a ...
... the west end of the Recreation trail, a nice biking and walking trail that keeps you away from the traffic, you end up at the northern end of 17 Mile Drive. For those of you who don't know, 17 Mile Drive is a beautiful, privately-owned road that runs around the outside of the peninsula between Monterey and Carmel. Absolutely beautiful views of this section of the California coast. It runs by and through some of the most famous ...
... a functioning lighthouse, guiding boats through the Golden Gate since 1870. - around 1500 inmates, including Al Capone and Robert 'Birdman' Stroud, served time during this period; they were all sent there because they were considered too dangerous for mainland penitentiaries - there are no confirmed successful escapes to the mainland. 3 men escaped but are presumed to have drowned in the bay, 1 man escaped but was found half-dead and clinging to a rock under ...