La Aurora Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Montezuma
Our trip to Montezuma showed that first impressions are not always what they seem. We had left the idyllic Bahia Drake with its hoards of scarlet macaws, monkeys and sloths the previous day, travelling to the coastal town of Jacó. The day had comprised of an early morning boat ride to Sierpe, from where our swindling taxi driver Marcos drove …
... like. We came back and went for our first proper taste of Costa Rica food, it was goooood. That night our hostel seemed to omly just survive the rainstorm, it was so so heavy! and pretty much every ceiling leaked, a lot... it was exciting tho and everyone kinda joined in to help the owner do what she could to keep bits dry.
Costa Rica is very beautiful! We were excited to get to Nicaragua and so spent the next whole day travelling to the border.
... be by dinner time. The sounds here are unique and wonderful. The birds, bugs and frogs with an ocean background sound more like a cd, than reality. And lest I forget, that most recognizable of jungle animals…the French Poodle. Yes, some other folks arrived with children and a dog…bless their hearts. Fifi spent the better part of the afternoon exercising her vocal chords,and that inspired a short story. FIFI GOES TO THE JUNGLE. Seeing an opening in the screen door, Fifi ...
... post possibly on youtube as it is crazy long doing it on to this website. I will keep you all posted on the new location. I have had some great wildlife shots and I am learning my new camera.
Today Cheri is working on meals with what we bought and making sure we use perishable items first. We are very excited about the farmers market on Saturday down in town. The vegetables here are great and its fun seeing what Cheri comes up ...
... joined Vivian in play. Click here to see a video of the girls cavorting in the lawn. Our only regret was that we ran out of time to visit Patches and Brownie. We hope they are still happily patrolling the street outside Casa Astrid.
After Montzuma, we returned to San Jose and spent three nights at the Alta Hotel. I cannot say enough about this stylish boutique hotel. The interior is masterfully designed in a Moorish theme with ...