Gran Hotel Nacional
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
TravelPod Member ReviewsGran Hotel Nacional David
The hotel is quite nice. Our room was great, the pool was very nice. Food was great. Our only issue is that our credit card was charged twice for our stay. I tried to contact the hotel a few times but had no response. Luckily i booked through booking.com and they intervened and managed to get a refund very quickly.
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Travel Blogs from David
... at a tex-mex restaurant I'd been wanting to try (I highly recommend dessert before dinner; it's a magical experience). It was just the four of us there and a kind older lady took care of us like we were her kids. The food was amazing (hit Antojitos if you're ever in Boquete) and we meandered back to bed, fat and happy. We've seen no actual rain here, just a cool and persistent mist that leaves a vivid double rainbow semi-permanently plastered in the sky behind ...
... so freaking cute. EVERYTHING in the purple house was purple, from the bed sheets, to the coffee cups, even the pans! They had an adorable dog to "protect" (more like nap), and the house was clean and the staff was friendly. In addition, the house runs a charity for the local people which I though was super cool. After we woke up and ate some breakfast (we brought most of our food with us), we took a taxi to the middle of town. the taxi driver took ...
... grows orchids and re-introduces them to the wild, where their numbers are threatened largely by collectors taking them and selling them. http://www.aprovaca.org/es/index.html. If you are visiting ask the bus driver to drop you off at the first street past the Rey supermarket, walk up that street to the end and you are there.
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We were at the bus stop in good time just in case it arrived early but it was quite the opposite, the bus was an hour late. We had seats booked on the bus but somebody was on our seats already and for some reason the driver didn't make them move. He shuffled another four people around so we could sit together. It was a pretty uneventful 2 hour drive to the Costa Rica/Panama border, there was a bit of rain on the way and a truck had driven off the road.
... eye patch and black feathers. I was awed to see such a sight.
In a disappointing development, Dan discovered that four spokes on Frank’s rear wheel were loose—the ones on the non-freewheel side. We failed to find a bicycle shop or mechanic, but later that night, at our very low-end hospedaje, we met two Irish cyclists, Nat and Leah, who had started from Vancouver in September and were pedaling to Panama City as well. It turned out that Leah had a way ...