Hotel Vela Bar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Vela Bar Manuel Antonio National Park
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... is the way to go over pollo o carne.
-relatively quick ride home n chill time while we wait for rental car.
-got rental car then dinner at hotel then bed
... meaning that Playa Playitas is fair game for everyone, despite the fact that a five-star resort looms in the background. So even though we never got to enjoy the pool, we were still able to enjoy a little refreshing beach time after finally wrapping up our time at the café. Despite the rather expensive lunch, it still ended up being a decent value, overall.
This was our last day in the area, and allowed us to reach a ...
... wanted to do it, but unfortunately the secret was out and there were a whole group of young Costa Rican boys there we hen we arrived and I didn't really fancy jumping with an audience , so we will have to back another time. A quick wage in the smaller waterfall and we were heading back. I found the 'path' this time (which was really just small clearings of dirt amongst tree roots) and we were back to the house in 20 minutes. Unfortunately not all of us made it back in one ...
... the pool was super refreshing. After lunch, we went to the beach from the first day and walked the shore, finding shells, snails and slugs. Mostly, I have crazy, funny stories to share from today, but seeing as the power just went out, I don't think I can share them now. For dinner, we had the last supper, because it was our last night together before meeting the host ...
... to the room for a chance to watch fireflies and a large Beatle with glow in the dark eyes on its back.
The next day was full of zip lining and massages relaxing, all to be capped off with a romantic dinner alone by the river with a 6 foot bonfire. We had toads and champagne and looked at the stars. The lack of any pestering bugs was surprising, especially since we were told it would be constant. There were howler monkey yells all night but no sign of them, Christine was ...