Hotel Inn on the Park
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... because they also show you how they use the sugar canes and how they make chocolate from the cacao plant. What a delicious tour!
Our next stop was Manuel Antonio and the route to get there is spectacular! It takes about four hours over a road that is reasonably okay but the views are just stunning because you go past a large lake all the time with beautiful hills on both sides. We loved the drive to get there and ...
... and according to the bartender. apparently trying to cool off
Got seated for dinner and our waiter appeared to take our orders. This place had not gotten the best of reviews but our service was incredible and so was the food!!!
We ordered a caesar salad to share......had to try it because it came with anchovies!! Laura had steak and Robert rack of lamb. They were both delicious and Robert had some lamb left to take for ...
... the grill and they like to cook rice over the open flame. We had some of this rice for dinner one evening and it was quite delicious!
The kitchen in his place looks out over the hills in the distance, the trees that are close by and so you have the feel you are in a hide while you are there. He has a long-billed hermit (hummingbird) that comes right up to the kitchen window ...
... Hostal Urbano was £20 per night total including breakfast, and a really good deal. Our room was large (could be a dorm for 6, 2 sets of large bunk beds and a double) with good sized ensuite. We really
could not have asked for more.
The next day we took a bus to the National Museum and spent a pleasant morning there, and the following morning, again by bus, we went to the Museum of Costa Rican Art. I found that a lovely place to spend a ...
What comes up must go down, except today it was the opposite for us. We had to retrace our route from the other day. That meant 45 minutes of hairpin turns while gaining altitude along the way. After two hours we stopped in San Luis Isido at a supermarket, as some people wanted to purchase wine. Lunch today as I mentioned earlier was hosted by Dona Edith at her home. Obviously she has done well over the years as her home, while small was way ...