Cafe Playa Negra, Restaurant & Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... locals). It is infinitely brighter, cleaner and friendlier than London. Walking and riding, rather than public transporting, gives a far greater attack on the senses and thus a quicker means to get a true feel for a new environment: being able to look up alleyways or retreat a few steps to catch a view, smelling the deliciously sweet wafts of honeysuckle or damp eucalyptus, and, best of all, catching snippets of conversation from passing locals (we heard ...
... we knew we needed to make a change. And we also knew we needed some essential things.
One, we needed a gym. After weeks of not having any workout routine, we both knew it was something we could not do without. The new place has an amazing club with a gym and a pool the is insane! Pics posted!!
Two, we know we will always need a full kitchen as neither one of us wants to eat out.
Three, we cannot live next to ...
... little other options for our intended exploration of the National parks, we had to reluctantly just bite our lips and go for it.
So, we now have a Dodge Avenger and all the freedom in the world! It's an automatic and for reasons unknown AP decided to use left-foot breaking. After our heads had bounced off the dashboard a few times, he did sensibly revert to the standard peddle usage. Without any sat-nav or the like, we immediately got a ...
... swings, cable car and an old carousel. The Giant Dipper is a historic wooden roller coaster. It took 47 days to build at a cost of $50,000. It opened on May 17, 1924. With a height of 70 feet and a speed of 55 miles per hour, it is one of the most popular wooden roller coasters in the world and is the 5th oldest coaster left standing in America. It was fun and made me scream! Daddy squashed his sunglasses. We went to Outback Steakhouse for ...
LOS MALINCHES, JUNQUILLAL, COSTA RICA
N10° 10.489' W85° 49.000’
19th December 2012
We stayed at Hostel Gaia in Boquete (N8 46.402 W82 25.948) and
a very nice place it was too with a couple of comfy dorms with just 4 beds
each, a great kitchen for us to use, nice bathroom and as usual, most
importantly, good off street parking for Jambo. It being the Independence Day
weekend just after we arrived it filled up ...