Hotel & Spa Poco A Poco
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel & Spa Poco A Poco Monteverde
I had expected a bit more from the hotel. Everything was good but just I did not find it value for money. There is spa, pool and restaurant in the hotel. The room decor was jaded and it gave me feel of Inn and not like a 3 star hotel as it claims.
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... but least we know to avoid Subway here. We notice we have a bit of time up our sleeve and so we quickly FaceTime and Skype both our parents. Call us cheesy, but seeing the faces of our loved ones for the first time in a while was a good energy kick and gave us a good smile. Once again, it's the simple things in life that give us the greatest happiness. After ending Skype with Sue and Jim, we have enough time to put our phones and iPad in our bag before a guy walks up and ...
... boat. It was just a small passenger boat which held around 50/60 people and as the lake was totally secluded it was dead smooth. The boat ride took about an hour and we were so lucky with the weather, no rain, no clouds, around 30C with a light breeze. Had a great view of the volcano that we had walked the previous day. Got to monteverde and went to a small taco place for lunch. A very quaint mountain village with shops and restaurants and things so that was a nice surprise. ...
... known for producing some of the best coffee in the world. On the coffee tour we visited a small farm in the hills of Boquete, where the owner had built all his equipment for separating and roasting the coffee berries (not beans, as we were taught) with recycled material, particularly car parts. The tour also included roasting some berries and taste testing them, and of course drinking coffee. The following morning we were picked up by a shuttle ...
Today was a longggg day! We had breakfast at 6:45 and headed to Volcan Poás. There, we walked up and feasted our eyes on this massive crater. It was pretty awesome. The clouds would briefly block the view but within a few seconds it was clear again! After Poás, we bussed(for what seemed like forever) to Grecia, a small town. But before we got to the town we stopped and had some delicious strawberry shakes and walked through ...
... it and it was so awesome- it was like flying across the tops of trees and the jungle, must be kind of what birds feel like! Haha After our amazing tour we had to get ice cream from the famous local cheese factory- I didn't try the cheese but the cream was almost as good as the stuff in Rudolph, and that's saying something for Costa Rica! It was such a great weekend, a perfect getaway from Hojancha and work for a few days. Pictures will be up ...