Giardini di Papagayo Hotel

Address: Playa Panama, Liberia, Province of Guanacaste, 26-1017, Costa Rica | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Playa Panama, Liberia.
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        Travel Blogs from Liberia

        Leaving Liberia with a bang!

        A travel blog entry by katie.gundersen on Aug 18, 2015

        ... everyone loves puppies! There was also another cool surgery performed today on a dog that looked like he had a mast cell tumor on his penis. He had hives everywhere, which is characteristic of mast cell tumors, but it turns out he had TVT (transmissible venereal tumor). This is a sexually transmitted type of cancer found in dogs and Tasmanian devils. After a super long day at clinics, we had the night off and decided to jump in to the hotel pool quick when we got back. Some ...

        Guanacaste bound

        A travel blog entry by ctillery on Mar 23, 2015

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        Today, we started on a 3-day golfing road trip to the northwestern part of the country, Guanacaste Province, with a few (foreseen and unforeseen) additional adventures to be thrown in. The first adventure was the road, which is the Inter-Americana Norte, what we used to call the Pan-American, also Highway 1. (It's still called the Pan-American in South America, unclear why it has been changed here.) Our destination for the night was the town of Liberia. The first ...

        Pura Vida!

        A travel blog entry by carlitravels on Nov 03, 2014

        1 comment, 25 photos

        ... confirmed that yup, it still tastes like coffee. Entertainingly enough, most of this group is majority tea drinkers and everyone snacked at the milk that finally brought out to lighten the taste, I guess it was quite strong. They made it using the Costa Rican method of dumping grounds into a cloth filter an pouring hot water through into a carafe. No electric stuff for them, cause in the rainy season I guess the sheer amount of rain plays havoc with the electricity, which we ...

        A Once in a Lifetime experience

        A travel blog entry by teamram on Apr 07, 2014

        3 comments, 9 photos

        ... coladas and mojitos and eventually the sun started to set which made for some great pictures. The crew had a couple of drinks with us as well and we had a lot of laughs together. These guys were a lot of fun and made the trip even more enjoyable. Erick and Frenchy took us back to shore and we said goodbye. Exhausted and tired from all of the activity, Christine and I headed back to the room to call it a night around 7:30! Tomorrow we are getting up to do some ziplining in the forest.


        A travel blog entry by mikeandnat on Jul 25, 2013

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        ... central north, a large town with a lot of wealth I am told, however it was hard to see. Tourism had taken over, to a large extent, washing away some of the undoubted charm of the colourful buildings and people. All is not lost though, sit in the central plaza for a while, or walk the backstreets and you will watch the Nico's go through their day to day lives, much like I am sure they did 20 years ago before the tourists started arriving. After a pretty grim first night we ...