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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... a beer and humus and tabouli. It was quite good. A family from Chi wow wa, Mexico ( spelled the city phonetically) was sitting next to us and they asked Melody to take a picture of them and then we started talking. A very nice family.
As it turned out Ronald was there and seemed delighted to being us back to the lodge. The lodge has been very peaceful. And relaxing.
... my previous tour. So with the volcano behind us, our rooms had a view of beautiful Lake Arenal.
A busy day began with pre-breakfast birding, where we were able to view a Black-cheeked Woodpecker, Carmiol’s ...
... this climate. Most of the property is surrounded by a chain link fence, with someone at the one entrance to check for uniform compliance (basically color coded collared shirts designating their unit of study) and to allow exit. And, man, do they need yo control exit! Granted, we only sat in on two classes, but the level of disruption in the classes was incredible! Kids walking in and out, texting on phones or chatting throughout ...
... countries,who were really good hikers.I decided not to swim in the lake so then we climbed back up the trail of mud,and then back to the lodge where we swam in the pool for about three hours.
Rafting and Nicaragua by Tessa
The rafting trip was the best thing for me in our whole trip. We were picked up at our hotel by a mini bus and drove to a river called the Rio Balsa. When we got on the river it was really cool and ...
... seven and since Sadie had told me to go to her mother’s
house at eight for breakfast I decided to start my day. The walk to the village
was very short so I took a meander to the ponds first to see if there were any
birds, I saw a Jacana and another flock of Egrets, as well as a family of Black-cheeked
Woodpeckers. I played peek-a-boo with a Barred Ant Shrike and never was able to
sight the singer of a beautiful tune from high in the tree tops. It was ...