Hotel La Fortuna
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Concierge desk
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Vagabondo Hotel y Restaurante y tienda de recuerdos ESTA SITUADO Al Pie del Volcán Arenal; . Una de las Atracciones Turísticas Más visitadas de Costa Rica Estamos Ubicados un solo de 2 kilometros del centro de La Fortuna en el Camino Hacia el volcán y solo 2 km de la cascada de la aclamada La Fortuna. Nuestra Ubicación es perfecta párr Llegar a …
We were in La Fortuna/ Arenal area for three days last week for the end of our Gadventures tour. Arriving around four pm we walked to the tours office in town and heard about all the extra optional your we could join during our stay. Since everything was less planned out for us as a group there than in Tortugero. Pelly and our new friend Virginie …
... Because it was a short ride you did a second ride on which I was not very lucky. It started out okay. A few turns, very fast. Then I smashed into a bolder on the side on the river and fell out very quickly. By some unfortunate miracle my feet, knees, and shins found every rock and crevice to hit, get twisted in, or slam into. It hurt a lot. Once we were done, it was time to go A.T.V.ing. Naturally this plan didn't work out very well. By the time we had the right gear for ...
... posed our greatest opportunity. we did not see any, so instead we gathered information for planning a future trip in which we would track them more cunningly. However, because I am a reasonable person, I was consoled by a pair of iridescent blue morpho butterflies who still flutter through my memory as I write this. We then went to lunch at a women's cooperative establishment with an informal feeling kitchen where we ordered ...
... the whole building. The building would remind you of a traditional camp in northern Minnesota. On the first floor you have the kitchen with delicious home cooked Costa Rican food, a dining area, meeting room, and rec. room all incorporated into three rooms. There are also 3 bedrooms that share a bathroom. On the second floor are the six "primo" rooms. Each room has two bunk beds and your own bathroom complete with shower (minus the hot water). The walls between the rooms and ...