Hotel La Puerta del Sol
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... the talk I had heard; but it was still a great way to end the trip. And now with Peru visited, I can check off another continent. Two to go! Travel Tip: Carry your swimsuit in your carryon if you are off to the beach. Fun Fact: La Fortuna, the town that is the jumping off point for Arenal Volcano, changed its name after the volcano erupted and destroyed two other villages and left La Fortuna untouched. Trivia: What year did Arenal Volcano erupt causing this ...
big ol’hunk of fried cheese. It was good, but boy it was a lot of cheese. I was
exhausted at this point; the bus ride combined with a few hours of working hard
to communicate had drained me. Sadie noticed my expression and had her son, who
worked at La Anita, walk me to my cabin. We chatted a bit on the walk to the ranch;
it was a little easier to chat casually than to be attempting to maintain professionalism
like I do when ...
... together. Morgs was pale at first (I wonder who he gets that from) but we buckled up and headed down Level 3 and 4 rapids. There were 48 in total and we shared our raft with two Puerta Ricans and a Tico guide. It was exhilarating! The first part was full on adrenalin before a fruit break and then the second part was less treacherous but so beautiful. It is an untouched wilderness. There is no evidence of housing but we did ...
... think I have a more creative brain than a maths one. It all started when Martin asked me how much pressure there was at 30 metres, I literally had no idea. Apparently I learned this for open water, in April, last year, and that book is big I definitely hadn't memorised it. Or remembered this apparently. Apparently it is 4 bar and I was then put on the spot and asked what percentage of a bottle would I need to fill with air at 30m so that all the water would be pushed out by the ...
... two) stand on stools. There was little resemblence between assigned roles and who actually played the part - it came down to whomever was there that day!
It ended up that about 30 A.M. kids were in the play. Almost all of the volunteers were there, but few parents. Some came in late ("We thought it was at 4:30") and, after all, it was first day of .the Fiesta de los Toros! Which is more important?
Broadway this ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel La Puerta del Sol Playas del Coco
We stayed here as a result of a diving package through deep blue diving. It is a great hotel, nice rooms, nice pool and grounds. It is a five minute walk from the beach which is all sand and huge. Definitely reccomend.
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