Hotel Las Brisas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Las Brisas Puntarenas
Good value for money backs onto the beach
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We got up an had to check out by 11.30 so it was abit of a rush as was a late night the night before! Jan was still travelling with us and we were all heading down to Panama. Once up we had breakfast and took a taxi to the bus station as it was raining again! We took the 12.30 bus to the boarder arriving at around 2pm. Crossing the boarder was also …
... my finger at one point which was awesome. After the stop the road got really rough into Monteverde. In Monteverde we checked into our hotel and went out for an orientation walk around town. After the walk I stopped at a taco stand for probably the best tacos of my life while Gina and a few of the others went to a coffee shop for smoothies. I joined then after the taco deliciousness. After the smoothies we got picked up for our first activity in Monteverde, a ...
... tell you some people are unbelievable. Lost one old bloke in Hautalo he was in the loo but his wife didn't bother to mention this to our guide until we were nearly at the next attraction! I reckon a bunch of first graders have more brains than some of these people. Costa Rica is also a very poor country lots of poverty, population about 4 million people. The vegetation lush in very mountainous area. The main export is micro chips then pineapples followed by something ...
... instead of the San Carlos station. Got to the station in plenty of time and were some of the first in line.
Got our luggage loaded on and settled in to wait and watch people until time to board the bus. The bus leaves at 6:00a.m. and the cost is 15,200 colones for two people which is equal to $15.20 each. This is a real bargain as it covers the cost of the bus ride to Puntarenas where you catch the ferry across the Golfo Dulce to Paquera where ...
... to actually enjoy the nature rather than dodge people. There were a few different trail lengths and we joined 2 of the longer ones together which included some miradors. It was a miserable looking morning when we headed up to the NP early in the morning, and the weather only deteriorated. Shortly into our few hours of hiking it started to rain and the clouds rolled in (fancy that, in a cloud forest). So in the end we couldn't see anything past 10m and we rushed through ...