Hotel Plaza Yara
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Plaza Yara Manuel Antonio National Park
Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
... neutral and revved up the engine scaring the others. Needless to say, when we went to the park, we had the guide pick us up at our place and then we took the bus backSummary: I was glad we got to see Manuel Antonio with the beautiful beaches and the wildlife. However, it is hard to get there and then those parking attendants leave a very bad taste in your mouth. Aside from the park, the town is just ok.
... the Sieberts who moved to America 14 years ago from his native Johannesburg. He has a lovely townhouse in the immaculately maintained residential suburb of Santa Monica, which sits on the coast just north of central LA. It was very good of him to put us up in such comfort for so long and it was a nice break from hotel monotony. Since the advancement of cinematography and music recording and the establishment of multiple film and recording studios in the early ...
An early morning 2 hour guided walk of Manuel Antonio National Park.
Our guide Efrain Vargas, son of the owner of the area where the ...
... family had a dance party on the Crow's Nest deck of our house (one of Costa Rica's hottest clubs, you heard it here first), and rang in the New Year with champagne toasts. We had to bid adieu to Peter, Margaret and Jesus on New Year's morning, as they headed off to the airport to return to the real world. After spending so much time together over the past week, it's weird and sad to think about not seeing them again for several months. Dennis and I leave in the ...
... 8212;snail-shaped and spiraled, painted in orange and brown and pink like little pieces of jewelry.
Later, Edgar led a few of us on two hikes through the park, tunneling through the dense forest to circumvent Cathedral Point. We enjoyed several elevated viewpoints of the islas verdes and the sweeping vistas of the Pacific Ocean. The sky and sea stretched before us in overcast tones of grays and greens and blues that I didn't even mind the humidity clinging ...