Hotel Inn on the Park
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Inn on the Park Manuel Antonio National Park
Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
... and spread the parts on a towel.....by the next day he had it all back together and working! Memo told us he took cell phone pictures as he took it apart so he could get it back together!
We were leaving for happy hour and sunset at 5 so we all scrambled and made it to the bus on time. This group is great....everyone is always on time! We were going to Ronny's Place a really fun restaurant overlooking the Pacific Ocean. They are famous for their ...
... couple of purses). These are fresh water crocs but apparently they are good with a few hours in the salt water of the Pacific Ocean before heading back to the feeder rivers. We did go for a swim in the next bay although I'm unsure why we thought this was a good idea given that the croc could just swim from one bay to the next.
Back in Jaco, it was time for Deb P to pack up her thongs and micro's and try to get ready for the blast of winter that we hear is ...
... but I ended up booking the latter since it had a pool. Ironically, I never visited the pool while I was there (who needs the pool when you have the beach!). I'm happy with my decision though because I ended up meeting a lot of really cool, international travelers while I was there. Everyone was friendly and the hostel had a great overall vibe. Also, another major perk was that breakfast was free, which consisted of BANANA pancakes. ...
On Friday, October 18, we hurried home from school, and grabbed our packed bags. Jose was taking us to Manuel Antonio National Park, one of the most famous parks in Costa Rica. The wildlife there is fantastic.
We started out from Escazu, and made the 82 mile trip in quick time. The road took us west of San Jose to just south of Puntarenas, then further south along the Pacific Coast to Quepos, a ...
... in an energetic, tight-knit
group of 10 that had been getting to know each other over the past week
in San Jose.
We arrived late at night to order some drinks and get the weekend festivities underway. Adam and I had an early wake-up so I hit the sack after a couple 'welcome-to-paradise cervezas'.
The next morning we trotted to the neighbouring dive shop to be introduced to our instructor, an ex-Afghanistan-veteran, JT. A blokesy kind of guy ...