Giardini di Papagayo Hotel
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While in CR, we visited
Monteverde, Arenal, and Samara. All three places were absolutely
amazing, but the highlight to our trip (by far) was staying at Casa
Cielo and Rancho el Rio (both houses are owned by the same kind-hearted
people, and only 30 minutes apart). We left Cielo feeling relaxed and ...
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... To finish things up I came back to the hostel and booked my next hostel for three nights at Playa Tamarindo (C$12.00/day), which is a famous beach that hopefully will not have as many tourists and surfers now, as the high season is ending or so they tell me.
In any event, it is a great spot where I can see many beaches close together... so we'll see how it goes tomorrow.
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