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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Luisiana Santa Ana
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... to another set of tennis courts; cheaper and probably better. It was very hot when we got started at 10.45am.
Ben and I had the first three games. I know I'm making excuses when I say it's been over 20 years since I last hit a tennis ball with a racquet, but I was beaten comprehensively by a 13 year old boy. Ben went on to ...
Location : At home with the Charnocks in Santa Ana, San Jose, Costa Rica Daytime visit : Buena Vista Lodge & Adventure, Guanacaste, Costa Rica Sunrise : 5.56am Sunset : 5.45pm Temperature (high) : 33c / 91.4f (low) : 22c / 71.6f Time : GMT -6 hours ------------------- (Ship's location : At sea en route to Pago Pago) Breakfast was served in the La Montana Restaurant this morning at 7.45am. It ...
... to the hostel. I had a shower and then it was on the hammock.
I woke late on Sunday; 6am (!), and took my time getting ready for the day and then walked to the Bolita office, paid my $4 fee and walked up to the hostel and onto some of the trails. It was great, I found my way to the lookout and watched various birds flying around. It rained a couple of times, and not knowing what effect the rain was having ...
... We excitedly confirmed, so he coaxed a feisty female first onto Rufio’s arm then mine. He spent the next few minutes teaching us about the three toucan species, before slyly placing the toucan onto the tip box. We dropped in two dollars, thanked him and moved along. We visited the parrots next, then the beautiful butterfly garden which featured every life stage of the pretty bugs. Rufio was beginning to get hungry, so we decided to try the ...
... km away. This seems to be pretty standard. Sometimes places actually get father away! 6.) All bridges only have enough road for one vehicle. The first one there wins! Actually there are directions about which direction is to yield but crossing always feels like a lottery. We took shuttles throughout Costa Rica rather than driving ourselves. This seemed to be a particularly First World choice. However, I'm glad we ...