Hotel Finca Valverde

Address: P.O Box 2-5655, Monteverde, Province of Limon, 02-5655, Costa Rica | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on P.O Box 2-5655, Monteverde, is near La Estrella Stables.
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Travel Blogs from Monteverde

Hola Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Jan 18, 2015

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... we were given and it says 1015 bus to Liberia, go to our office and hand them the ticket. We approach what looks like 'the office' and it's closed and it's 0915. Our pick up was in Liberia at 1515 and without having a clue how far away that was, stress levels were rising as we stood for long periods without moving an inch in this massive line. 1000 rolls around and we have barely moved and looks like another good hour in it. So I go for a walk to find help. I use my very ...

What the rain forest has to offer

A travel blog entry by mikael.bisby on Sep 17, 2014

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... so matches perfect for a group of 10 having 5 to a tram and one guide per tram. My guide Kenneth was very knowledgeable and personable he knew almost every animal and tree and if the animals were good eating and what the trees were used for. ...

7: CR with Esther!

A travel blog entry by adayintheworld on Aug 18, 2014

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... that restaurant two nights later. There we had the best pineapple and coconut shakes! For our first full day in La Fortuna we hiked the 1.5 hours up hill to a waterfall. It was very hot on the walk up and as luck would have it began to thunder once at the waterfall. People scattered but Esther and I sat on a rock making sarnies from just a bag of bread and a tin of tuna, with fingers and a pen knife for utensils. It began to get rather chilly so we took advantage of some ...

Down the Mountain

A travel blog entry by apot-of-flowers on Aug 16, 2014

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... Small classes and small schools.

2. Less traffic lights and signs, drivers are much more aware of everyone on the road. I feel like there is less bad driving because you must be aware when driving.

3. I wish I could have taken Sofia home.

4. Glad I did the mega Tarzan swing again. BA, and glad that Will did it too!

5. My brain may be tired from all of the Spanish, but Costa Rica is perfect in so many ways.

Rain, rain, hurricane strength rain--Go Away!!

A travel blog entry by fancythat on Jul 10, 2014

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At the Costa Rican border... Leaving Nicaragua was fairly uneventful, we had to pay $3 to get out of the country. However it seems it is the last chance to buy a hammock, dolls or a Nicaraguan pen. To exchange currency is another matter. It is done by some dodgy looking gentlemen with massive wads of cash who approach you( or swarm the bus) depending on the border. Usually one speaks for the group and sets the rate, then ...