Hotel Vela Bar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Vela Bar Manuel Antonio National Park
Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
... of course were having none of his bullsh*t, and told the company (no names but it rhymes with Smudge It) to get their asses up to the park and fix the car. Two sweaty hours in the baking sun later, it was agreed by all parties involved (us, Smudge It, and a mechanic) that the fob sensor had indeed broken, it wasn't our fault, and we were given a new car. So instead of the sunset happy hour we'd planned, we just headed back to the hotel for a shower and a nap. Upon arrival, ...
Sooo, words cannot adequately explain the beauty of parasailing. The view is breathtaking. I could see the entire coast and tons of small islands in the ocean. The water was this beautiful teal color that was slightly darker than the sky. We were so high up that we could barely see the people, they were ...
... there are all sorts of activities for you to try if you so desire; horseback riding, surf lessons, and parasailing to name a few. You could sit and watch the action for simple entertainment. On past trips we have walked down the beach and up a street back to the top but this year we have been limited by what Laura can do with her foot in the air cast.
You can spend a lot of money in this town or just soak in the scenery and enjoy the coast beauty of this town!
... house they might get to see quite a lot of us in the future.
So now we are in Costa Rica, arriving in San Jose on the 16th January. We flew with Iberian, now part of B.A. I have to say the food was the worst I have experienced on a plane and, as the standard is generally poor, you can imagine how bad that was. Jim and I had different choices for the main meal and they were both inedible! Two smaller meals consisted of sandwiches on ...
... a school bus. They got progressively better with the last one similar to a Red Arrow bus. We lucked out in that two girls from the yoga farm were on our first two buses. One spoke Spanish. We met up with a Cuban gentleman who spoke broken english and pointed us to our 3rd and 4th buses. On our 4th bus we sat in the back with a Belgium couple and two German friends. One of the German guys spoke Portuguese and translated for us until we got to Quepos. ...