Hotel La Colina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Indoor pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel La Colina Manuel Antonio National Park
Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
... box of lady fingers and the chaos that ensued was as hilarious as it was epic. Sadly, no one has explained to them that littering is bad and I do wonder if some of the litter in the trees is the leftovers of their escapades.
Right outside the park, you can find Playa Espadilla. It has it's ...
... thirty minutes, but we were all so winded afterwards. But of course, no break was allowed. We just pushed on through. I'm pretty sure that if I played with them every day for only a week, I would be in top shape. Most of the day was spent hanging out with Los amigos de Bren. Which included getting mangos from trees, hiking through plantas de cafe, walking to the mall to buy small explosives and stink bombs, and of course playing lots of ...
... spent a lot of money of guides in other National Parks by this point so didn't want to expend more money. You can easily see what groups are looking at, so pretty much tagged along with a number of different tours unintentially! However, if this is your first visit to a National Park in Costa Rica, then I recommend getting a guide so you can learn about the animals and know where to find them for your next hike! During our one hour walk up the main trail, we spot both ...
We decided since we were feeling better we would go to Raphael's Terrazas Restaurant for dinner. We walked down and caught the bus and managed to get off the bus just up from Raphael's and we walked down to the Restaurant.
Raphael was not there but brother Freddy was there to greet us and bring us our first drink. It seemed to be fairly ...
... of the big umbrella, and for 2 wonderful snow cones (the only way to enjoy snow). At 5, back on the bus, and it obediently stops for me in front of Barba Roja, where I am witness to another lovely sunset while another craft beer is consumed, as I get caught up with the wait staff that I’ve known for many years.
Most days are spent just sitting by the pool, watching nature, enjoying the sounds of soft jazz and the little waterfall spilling into the ...