Hotel Amor de Mar
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Outdoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Amor de Mar Montezuma
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... beach to watch the stars for a while. The power went off while we were there town and didn't come back on for a another hour or so, which meant no fan I the room so it was sweltering. But we played the game where you have a choice of killing, marrying, or sleeping wit three different people, and that distracted us for a while. We actually got yelled at for being too loud since we were laughing so hard at some of them. ...
... maps sometimes does not quite get the story correct. According to a map of the Nicoya peninsula we had found, Brisas del Mar was above Calocita. According to Google, there was a road near the crossroads to get to the place. Walked down to the crossroads and had seen no sign or road to the left that had a sign advertising either the hotel associated with the restaurant or the restaurant. Robert asked the security ...
... creating a great deal of dust. Tons of potholes and the road is narrow and so there are times you have to wait to keep on moving down the road.
The shuttle dropped the first people at Tranquilo Backpackers, then the next at Tropical Pasta
Backpackers and then us at Calocita. They were all fairly close together and once we learned the layout of the town, we felt we were in a pretty good place. We were close to the crossroads heading to Cobano ...
... I decided to volunteer at an orphanage at some point along this journey. Not for any free board or anything in return, but simply to give service. I know this class might sound a bit cult-ish, but being in it was very moving and definitely the best yoga experience of my life.
Sam also had some pretty special jams at envision. Most people were carrying some kind of unique instrument on them, so each time he busted it out people would drop what they were doing, whip ...
... for a walk to the city. It’s a totally different world. People are very interested in us as a group and the staring begins. It’s strange to be the subject of curiosity in a place that is so foreign. As we look and learn, many of the local people do the same. Dinner turns out to be a bit of a bust, as the service is rather poor and the food not much better. We scratch that place off our list of places to return….
The city is shutting down as we ...