El Milagro Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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... airport and catch our early-morning flight into Liberia. We were exhausted to say the least. In Liberia, we rented an SUV and drove to Tamarindo, a cute little beach town on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica. Tamarindo is a laidback tourist community catering to surfers, sun worshipers, divers, and sport fishermen, mainly from the U.S. and Canada. It includes gorgeous beach houses, high-end hotels and resorts, inexpensive hostels focused on younger travelers, tourist ...
Today was an awesome day. We started driving at 9:00 am and in the first half hour we already had seen tones of cool things. Our first stop was lake arenal were we stop for a couple of pictures in front of the lake. Then we drove for a place to find lunch and we found a place. I had a burger that was really ...
... past Liberia and up into the hills. Despite being friendly, our guide was unorganized, and stopped 3-4 times on the way there to get coffee, use the bathroom, and buy us ice which he filled in a plastic bag and let melt on the console since he forgot a cooler (our trip also advertised that cold refreshments would be provided). We arrived at the lodge and got harnessed up for our first activity: zip lining. We spent the morning on 11 ...
Santa Teresa was a beautiful spot and our apartment could not have been more ideal. This morning I meditated on the balcony one last time. It was the perfect spot. I could see surfers headed to the beach and felt nostalgia for the moment. But on to the next spot. We caught our shuttle bus and took a beautiful bus ride through the countryside. We stopped in a rural town and I ...
... Delicious and filling. We hit up a grocery store and headed straight for Paraiso (Paradise) where we are staying at a house that is vacant most of the year except when the surfers that own it come for a couple of months. We didn't know what to expect, but it wasn't the mess that the last tenants left. Clothes and random stuff strewn everywhere, food in the fridge and on the counter, dust, garbage bags...and spiders everywhere. ...