La Mansion Inn
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TripAdvisor Reviews La Mansion Inn Manuel Antonio National Park
Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
Manuel Antonio - and finally some sun We were up at 05:30 to get a bus to Puntarenas on Day 1. After a breakfast, that later would result in Ian having a bout of food poisoning, we were back on the road to Manuel Antonio where on arrival we checked into El Faro, our storage container home for the night. Apparently "Costa Rica's first Hotel made …
... us peek through their telescopes and spy the illusive male quetzal in a nearby tree, capturing a limited photo through the lens. A few feet further down the path we were greeted by a cheeky coati (see our Iguacu parte dois blog) that we managed to pass without getting mugged of any food stuffs before entering the park.
Within the park the cloud forest is pristine. Visitor numbers are limited to 150 a day, meaning that the deserted trails lay silent most of the time as ...
... When in doubt, ask. In our quest to unearth the truth over this quandry, we accidentally end up cutting about 75 people in line and make it through security in less than 10 minutes. Oops...not sorry. After our 3 hour flight we have to find a way to get to Manuel Antonio National Park. I have NEVER been in an airport where they didn't have transportation options in the airport. I'm panicing on the inside but don't want Jamie to see so I play it cool. We ...
... out we stopped for a bite to eat at a Subway and got an inkling of just how expensive things are here in Costa Rica. The meal that would have cost us about $22 in Australia was more than $30 here. Ouch. The first part of the drive was along a highway construction. For some reason they are constructing it all at once so for about 60km we had dust, traffic etc. Once we turned off the Centroamericano Highway it was much ...
... electronic room key no longer opened our door. Of course it didn't.
Once our hotel fixed our keys and allowed us back into our room, the most magnificent electrical storm I've ever seen exploded on the horizon- no place rainstorms like the rainforest. The entire jungle outside our window was illuminated with purple lightning, and the downpour made visibility nearly zero. It was a good time for a nap. Also, our naps became longer than expected because our trusty travel ...