Hotel Inn on the Park
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
Manuel Antonio National Park is Costa Rica's smallest National Park and also the second most visited National Park - and it's easy to see why. The accessibility to it makes it a breeze to visit, unlike some of the other ones I've seen on my journey through Costa Rica (e.g. Tortuguero and Corcovado). Looking at the poor map of Costa Rica I have (it's hard to find a good free map of Costa Rica - I found the car hire place to have the best free map, just be aware that ...
... soul into the song! Sent him over to another table to sing a song for them. We enjoyed the night, food, and scenery and were glad we had come.
Raphael had shown up and seemed to be tired but glad to see us. He managed to figure out a way to get corvina for Robert for dinner. Nice guy and this is one of the reasons we always enjoy going there for dinner.
... my girls, sleep in my own bed, use a real laptop instead of an iPad, and flush toilet paper down the toilet (the septic systems in this country don't take toilet paper. Too much info, I know). But the memories will last forever. Memories of that view....... So this will be my last blog as tomorrow it will be very late when we get in. Thanks so much for following along and I hope you enjoyed! Until my next ...
There are so many birds here that the first day I suffered from cognitive overload and a stiff neck. It is impossible to spot everything despite trying very hard. So much is moving about that it becomes overwhelming. Now we have learned to pace ourselves a little better.
One night we sat at the table for dinner and I thought there was an insect on the cloth but when we looked closer it was a tiny frog, the size of my thumb ...
... decision, but we survived). At the end of a trail was the body of a 727 jet that is now used here as a hotel room.
After exploring the hotel grounds a bit, we looked for a restaurant. The first place we stopped in was off of their regular menu, and only serving pizza, so we ended up leaving that place, and finding another place (called el Avion) further up the (steep!) hill which also had the body of a large plane inside it. It was ...