El Rodeo Estancia Boutique Hotel & Steakhouse
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Travel Blogs from San Antonio De Belen
... of architecture and shops/food markets. Went to this amazing sweet shop. We then went bad as it was raining and played cards and cleaned up. We then had dinner on the balcony overlooking the city and plaid Skip Do and headed to bed for an early night. 3:30 wake up ...
... where a band was performing and later in the night a DJ with dancers. There's a huge dance floor and platforms on different levels. And that was packed too!!! It was just so much fun.
Eventually our bus took us back to San Jose and I had to get up bright and early the next day. I took Monday off so I could go to the festival but the only bus from San Jose leaves at 230. So I went up to the university and saw ...
... the cages were too small and cramped.
Finally it was time for lunch. We were starving after all of the physical activity. The Colibries Restaurant is roughly in the middle of the various exhibits. The architecture of the restaurant gives the feel of eating amongst the large trees and waterfalls of the rain forest. It is a buffet style restaurant. The food was much better than the touristy fare we ...
... to post pictures of all our meals today. The one thing they all have in common is rice and beans. That’s true even for the dinner, whose plate seems to be devoid of this Costa Rican staple. However, after the main plate was served, our waitressbrought out the bowls of the ubiquitous rice and black beans as a side item. If you plan to travel in this part of the world, it would be an excellent idea to develop an appreciation or at least a high tolerance for this dietary ...
... the quake knocked down some houses and landslides blocked several roads. "So far, we don't have victims," she said. "People were really scared ... We have had moderate quakes but an earthquake (this strong) hadn't happened in ... years." In the coastal town of Nosara, roughly 20 miles (30 kilometers) southwest of the epicenter, trees shook violently and light posts swayed. Roads cracked and power lines fell. In the last four decades, the region has been ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool