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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... a coffee plantation, a hike to an active volcano, and then a walk through a waterfall park. I signed up thinking it was better than walking around San Jose terrified to order food again. This tour turned out to be such a great day!!!
No one on the bus was speaking English except for the tour guide. Just when I thought it was going to be another long day alone I said hello to the guy next to me. He responded in English!! ...
Today we flew from San Jose, Costa Rica, where we now live, to Los Angeles, California. Los Angeles is the most populous city in California and also the second most populous city in all of the United States. We spent the night in Los Angeles before we flew on to Shanghai, China. While we were in Los Angeles we took a shuttle to the Manhattan Beach area where we shopped and did some sight ...
... we met in Monteverde, who we ran into there). Evenings were almost always spent cooking dinner at "home", followed by drinks at Chicos (the only bar in town), and were occasionally accompanied by hanging out in the street, drinking and enjoying live music from Organico (a restaurant-cafe), or reggae on the corner with the rasta guys (which we also even joined in with one night!).
After a week it was unfortunately time to leave so that I could squeeze in ...
... gorgeous view onto the pacific ocean (plus a hammock for Del and also the hotel dog who loved Del called Coco). We stayed for 3 nights on a full board basis including canapes before dinner and the food was brilliant, we definitely ate too much. The staff were really great and Brad the owner ate with all the guests on one table each evening. On the first afternoon we took a kayak up the river mouth at high tide. We saw capuchin monkeys playing in the trees lining the river ...
... able to continue our annual tradition of dyeing eggs and having an egg hunt Easter morning. We could only find brown eggs, but the dye did a pretty good job nevertheless. Ivy had been getting up ridiculously early, so I briefly entertained the idea of hiding the eggs outside the night before, but I ultimately dismissed the idea realizing the eggs would be consumed by coatis, raccoons, and stray dogs. Since we didn't have ...