Hotel El Tajalin
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel El Tajalin Montezuma
Travel Blogs from Montezuma
... the humidity left you feeling permanently sweaty and uncomfortable so I decided a nice cold shower would work a treat before putting my head down for the night. As I climbed out the shower I grabbed my towel and shook it out, something I'd gotten into the habit of doing since being away, just in case any little friends where hiding in there. I couldn't believe it, all of sudden an excruciatingly painful sting from inside my towel strikes twice on my finger. I immediately scream ...
... reflections into the water are pretty incredible. Right next to our room is a rock with a wonderful statute of Buddha sitting on it. The sunrise through the palms to the rock are quite beautiful and peaceful looking at the same time.
Sunrise between 5:30 and 6:00 portends of usually hot days with some breeze throughout the day. We are very thankful for that breeze!
... mosquito nets and looking up at the sky! She thought that our present accommodations were rural, so this will really be a surprise. No Ritz Carlton on this vacation.
Wow! I just read Newsday on line. They're predicting 10 to 12 inches of snow on Long Island with winds of up to 35 mph. Frigid temperatures as well. All I can say is that we'll be thinking of you as we jump into the pool and spread suntan lotion over our body. I know that's mean, but it's about time ...
... our comfort. Although the rooms are not air conditioned, they are plenty cool. I notice a gecko here and a tree frog there, near just about every exterior light… More photo ops!!
Yikes! That was long, but necessary. Even this amount of detail cannot describe what we have already seen, nor can it properly convey the pleasure that is very evident on the faces of all involved. This has already been incredible and I know it will only get better.
... half crazy and everyone has a slightly twisted sense of humour. The typical dish of Costa Rica is rice and black beans so you can expect to see that on my plate nearly every meal I eat at home. By downing pink himalayan salt, apple cider vinegar, avocados and hard boiled eggs I have managed to fight off malnutrition.
I am sharing a bedroom with Max. From Michigan we get on like a house on fire and have amazingly similar interests, as does Dave. During the week we try rally a ...