- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Chirripo San Isidro de El General
Travel Blogs from San Isidro de El General
... windy and fairly slow traveling. We did stop for a short break and then the final leg into San Isidro de General.
Once we got there we found a taxi and headed up to San Gerardo de Rivas. The road has been greatly improved in the last year. It is mostly paved and so we made very good time and got to Roca Dura and they had a room for us. Got settled in and took a short nap and then wandered over to the shop ...
... to meet at about 1:15, so Maria and I ate lunch then left right around 1:00 to head to the river.
Well, after 20 minutes of walking we realized we greatly underestimated the time it would take to walk down to the river, and ended up getting there at 1:40. No problem though and Nora and Ben were patiently waiting for us on the bridge. Since we were hot and sweaty from our longer-than-expected walk, we were excited to get in ...
... favorites), Tamarindo (kind of sweet and tart) and Melon (a light refreshing Cantaloupe). Definitely a great reason to get a juicer at home!
During those times that we've headed out to the beach areas or other touristy places, it is usually a lot harder to find these little Sodas, also known as cafeterias. In these places, Neil and I have tried Costa Rican Pizza (which it seems they think those of us from the US love because it ...
... speaker for his iPhone and shared some great tunes with us. We then planned to head up in the morning for some yoga at the top of the hill.
We woke up early, and got to do some relaxing yoga while the sun rose in front of us. Muy tranquilo. We then decided to head to Manuel Antonio park and visit some monkeys, which Maria wrote about in the next entry!
Maria y Neil
... actually like the deal of the century). Our group sticks out like a sore thumb. Not only the tshirts and shorts compared to the jeans everyone wears, and also the fact that we're, let's face it, white. But I in particular seem to be a rarity in Costa Rica due to my blonde hair. I get lots of stares. There not used to this hot mess of a head of hair! Hahahah! To make matters worse, I'm walking around with a backpack and my camera hanging around ...