Hotel Las Colinas
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Room is modest and the breakfast was not that good but the staff was friendly and we got towel figurines like we were on a cruise.
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November 12, 2014
8:00am Interbus shared shuttle transport from San Jose to Arenal for $49-5% discount= $46.55 per person (4hours)
3:30pm Arenal Volcano National Park Guided Walk followed by Baldi Hot Springs for $69 per person (for $15
extra per person you can add buffet dinner
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We started our day with some yummy breakfast: eggs, rice, sausage, and pancakes. Then we hopped on a bus to go to La Fortuna Waterfalls :) it was just beautiful! The water was cold, but it felt good after the 300-some steps we had to take to get there! The water was so fresh and amazing. I took the GoPro with me, so I hope I got lots of good …
Today was so much fun! We woke up at around 6, got ready, ate at 6:45 and were on the bus by 7:30. We saw the Poás Volcano and crater. It took an hourish long bus ride, but it was so worth it! Menor, our tour guide, told us about all the animals that we would be seeing (hopefully) during the trip. While we were driving, he was talking about …
Today was a longggg day! We had breakfast at 6:45 and headed to Volcan Poás. There, we walked up and feasted our eyes on this massive crater. It was pretty awesome. The clouds would briefly block the view but within a few seconds it was clear again! After Poás, we bussed(for what seemed like forever) to Grecia, a small town. But before we …
We had to (sort of) rush to get to the crater, because the clouds were blowing over the mountains and covering it up! It was incredible. I've never been to an active volcano before, so that was great! The wall keeping the lake of water in was about 80m tall, if you can find that wall in the pictures. The volcano Poás hasn't erupted for years …