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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
Heute haben wir nur auf der faulen Haut gelegen und keine Bilder gemacht. Zu abschreckend waren hunderte von Menschen, die die 300 m Richtung Nationalpark am Morgen um 8 h zurücklegten. Ein kurzer Gang am Nachmittag ins Dorf und am Abend dann ein billiges Dinner in einem Backpacker Restaurant, nachdem wir am Vormittag alles getan hatten, um am Pool braun zu werden, das war es dann.
... lucky to have another amazing hotel Grano de Oro where we chilled for the remainder of our stay until we flew to Los Angeles for a quick stopover.
Three interesting facts:
- In Costa Rica people drive like crazy. They drive in the wrong lanes! So everyone overtakes from different sides, which is very confusing and of course dangerous! But hey, you get used to everything! Just go with the (lack of) flow
... successful morning! This evening is our last with the group as we are not getting the transfer with them to San Jose tomorrow where the tour ends! We are closer to our next destination from here so our guide helped us arrange a shuttle bus up to guancaste! We are really looking forward to tonight as we are eating in an old war plane which is perched on a cliff! We are going early for sundowners but it may be more of a thunder and lightening show instead if a sunset ...
... and we were enjoying the great view as usual. It looked at first it was not going to be a good sunset but we were fooled.
Robert went inside to see what he could see from the inside of the restaurant and the view seemed much better and there was an iguana entertaining the people inside by walking around on the roof nearby. We visited with some of ...
... stop by the bridge with a few stalls etc as most visitors stop there to see the huge crocodiles basking on the banks of the Rio Tarcoles. We had to call the Lodge and they came to collect us as the Shuttle Bus would not go up the 3 kilometre dirt road to the Lodge.
Cerro Lodge (nearly 4 times the cost of Hostal Urbano!) is beautiful, originally a farm until the owner decided to build wooden cabins or 'bungalows' and encourage and protect ...