Hotel Villa del Sueno

Address: \N, Playa Hermosa, Province of Guanacaste, 39-5019, Costa Rica | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on \N, Playa Hermosa.
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      Travel Blogs from Playa Hermosa

      Snorkeling the Pacific & Boating the Tempisque

      A travel blog entry by costarica2015 on Feb 18, 2015

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... slapping their bodies ******* the sea's surface to knock off any parasites as a cleaning method. The secluded beach was Playa Huevos, a small strip of light sand lying next to volcanic rock piles that were home to a multitude of living things, creating a reef -like home. Colorful arrays of tropical fish, pufferfish, rainbow wrasse and damselfish flooded the rock reefs, each finding a spot to call their own. Small black sea urchins hid in little crevasses in the rock. Sea snakes ...

      Costa Rica

      A travel blog entry by nadka on Oct 25, 2014

      ... around too. Definetely a big difderence from Nicaragua in terms of development. Then i took a bus to go to coco beach as i didnt find many things to do in liberia. Buses in costa rica are more advanced but also cost more $1-$3, coco beach is a nice beach town, very developed with multiple souvenir and coffee shops. Lots of american and canadian tourists, in Nicaragua there were mostly european and australian. The ...

      Crossing the border into Costa Rica

      A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on May 19, 2014

      8 photos

      ... and the iron bars clanged onto the road. Then they just stood up, wiped their hands clean and we were off again.

      The Chicken Bus itself is actually fascinating when you think about how it serves the community on the island. Unlike first world countries with all their rules and regulations, this bus was used as means to do everything. Vendors would take enormous sacks of goods to markets, bicycles without owners were delivered to houses, shopping bags ...

      De Nica a Tico

      A travel blog entry by jim.coates on Dec 10, 2013

      2 comments, 33 photos

      ... are strictly illegal (a case was being heard as I travelled through). And the Ticos are a self confident, brash lot. Easy to talk to -- quick to laugh -- proud of their country.

      Crossing from one country to the other was the usual hassle. Large buses dumped their passengers out into the immigration area just as I arrived, and we stood in a long line in the hot sun. I found myself behind a really ...

      The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

      A travel blog entry by jfshannon on Jul 15, 2013

      1 comment, 6 photos

      We're actually in Tamarindo today but I'll recap the last two days (although I have threatened Nadeige with no more access to Facebook if she doesn't write as well). We went on a canyoneering and white water rafting tour two days ago in La Fortuna. JF described this as one of the best things we'd done on any trip, ever. And I concur. I am also happy that neither of us had a stroke while we were throwing ourselves over 200 foot drops. I am not one to spend ...