Hotel Plinio

Address: Manuel Antonio National Park, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | Hotel
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Plinio Manuel Antonio National Park

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Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park

Wildlife at Manuel Antonio Park

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Apr 01, 2015

31 photos

... monkeys who were trying to steal food from other tourists' packed lunches. While it was entertaining to watch, I was glad they weren't after anything we had! Also on the walk back through the nature walk, we passed more sloths, monkeys, and butterflies. This really was a great excursion and we were grateful we left Jaco as early as we did because by the time we left, the park had been closed to new visitors since it was so ...

A Monkey Wrench in the Works, Minus the Monkeys

A travel blog entry by sql_spice on Sep 19, 2014

3 comments, 5 photos

... place we've ever stayed; overlooking the ocean and the rainforest, this couples-only honeymoon all-suites hotel has sunken jacuzzis and private decks in every room, and rose petals and towel swans strewn over the king-sized bed. Normally our dirty backpacker selves would not stay in such luxury, but between the off-season, my travel hacking hobby, and my Expedia discount, the $400/night rack rate was enticingly lowered to just $10. Sold!

We awoke to a lovely, ...

Thursday, June 19

A travel blog entry by kristafreitag on Jun 19, 2014

... As a teacher, I wanted to see the schools. There are two "sections" of school daily. One group of kids go from 7:00 to 11:30 and another group 11:30 to 4:00. At this school, there are grades kinder through grade 6. It was very very hot, but they were super hospitable. They served us pineapple and watermelon (by the way the fruit here is amazing) and gave us some type of fruit juice. We were super tired by the time we were ...

Day 6 - Manuel Antonio National Park

A travel blog entry by jeffscott42 on Feb 06, 2014

... com/-k-_pwUw 3Uag/UwP7xqKIP9I/AAAAAAAAA_0/ndZOcYnHYW E/s1600/P1000241.JPG" rel="nofollow" target="_blank"><img border="0" height="240" width="320" src=" Uag/UwP7xqKIP9I/AAAAAAAAA_0/ndZOcYnHYWE /s1600/P1000241.JPG" class="yui-img"></a> The bus stops at the gate, and the 9 passengers and Nathan get out.  Last chance for bathrooms, no flash photography in the park, and no spraying of chemical bug repellant allowed ...

Listen to the ‘Soul of the World’

A travel blog entry by maldo421 on Aug 14, 2013

1 comment

... stop was filled with lively conversation, fresh guava juice, and "arepas" – if only they were what I had thought they’d be. Unlike the crispy corn flour ‘patty’ stuffed with jamon y queso (ham and cheese) that I’ve grew so fond of as a descendent of Venezuelan heritage, the Costa Rican ‘arepas’ are more like corn flour pancakes. Nonetheless, these so called arepas were from organic, non-GMO corn, grown ...