Falls Resort at Manuel Antonio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Falls Resort at Manuel Antonio Manuel Antonio National Park
Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
... we have had the whole trip. The waiter was a complete ******* and we couldn't wait to get out of there. Good for him that they automatically imposed a tip because he wouldn't have gotten anything. We didn't let it ruin our night but I would never ever recommend this place to anyone... Tomorrow we are going to do some shopping and then going on a sunset catamaran boat ride with snorkeling and dinner. It will be ...
... I headed up the the roof to watch the sunset. The roof has a bar, a small pool, and chairs lined up facing the Pacific for a perfect view of the beach and sunset. And yes, it was spectacular.
For dinner we walked to Marlin restaurant located on the busiest street of Manual Antonio. We both had delicious Mahi Mahi followed by chocolate ice cream. We were back in our hotel by 9 pm. Another early day tomorrow. 5:30 am wake up ...
... As its spikes dug in she ended up with bites on her side and arm! We took photos so checked with one of the tour guides to see if it was poisonous... Thankfully it wasn't. The walk back was along the beach front and was super nice. We came out of the park by a crocodile pool but didn't see any. As we had decided we didn't want to spend another night in the hostel it was soon time to get the bus to Quepos to head back to San Jose for the night before heading up to the Caribbean side.
... right on the sea. We stopped for a delicious lunch at one of Jose's favorite places - an open air restaurant, that didn't look like much from the road, but once we were stopped and under the huge canopy, the place was very inviting with polished wood tables and stools and fragrant odors from the kitchen. Soon we were on our way again.
We stopped again at a river/estuary, the home to at least ...
... we could probably stop every 500 feet or so to see something new. Like kids in a candy store, we are constantly stimulated by what may be around the next bend.
BOOM! The Pacific Ocean!! Carlos pulls us off the road near a rocky outcrop and we scramble up the hill to get a view of the shoreline. It’s nothing like the Atlantic. Crashing waves and dark sand abound. The power of the ocean here is incredible and instantly the surfer in Sara kicks in. She’s ...