Hilton Garden Inn Liberia Airport
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHilton Garden Inn Liberia Airport
Standard business class Western-style hotel - not much for charm, but a comfortable and convenient place to spend the night prior to an early-morning departure from Liberia.
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Last full day of the trip - always a depressing proposition, but perhaps even more so in this case, since the only planned activity was a long, depressing drive to an even more depressing location - the Hilton Hotel at the Liberia airport. Sure, according to the reviews, the hotel is nice with a decent pool, but come on - staying out by the airport …
... he needed. Below, Dylan L and Billy L recap the day. Dylan L. This morning was significant because after about four weeks of rain, the sun had finally made an appearance. It was so inviting and warm that it burned off the cloud layers and exposed the Arenal Volcano for the first time. It was extremely close to us and absolutely breathtaking. It was so clear out that you could actually see a little spot at the top of the volcano where steam was being emitted. On our way to ...
... things but everything was hard to get to and expensive and we were feeling the same way. We had heard that Nicaragua was cheaper and so we were keen to make it up there sooner as well. San Jose isn't an exciting city to see and so we moved on to Monteverde. The bus to Monteverde was winding but through beautiful scenery with sheer drops into the valley at times. We were heading to one of the best preserved cloud forests in the world. It was initially inhabited by the Quakers who ...
We left Monteverde and headed to Liberia for a few days in the north east of the country. On the way we had a break at a place where brightly coloured parrots and macaws are plentyiful. In Liberia we went on a tour hoping to see the only monkey we had yet to see, the spider monkey. On the tour in the national park which is where dry rainforest meets volcanic lands we were lucky and spotted our last monkey, however ...
... spirit, and take
away the trail and all the other horses walking nose to tail. Oscar led the way
but it felt like it was just Maya and I. We took a little run through one of
the many meadows, splashed through streams, and zig-zagged up steep hills. I
took pictures of course but pictures really would never be able to capture this
experience…and this was the most technical horseback riding I have ever done