La Mansion Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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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 …
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-got settled into room n mellowed for a bit. Mom played cards w kids. ...
Manuel Antonio National Park is another place that came highly recommended in Costa Rica. We had heard of it and then passed it as we drove down the Costenera last weekend. While Chris was here, we decided it would be a fun place to check out, if he was up for driving us out there.
We are pretty familiar with the road to go down to the beach now so we didn't really even need directions to get there. It took us around 2 hours to get there and we found out this is another place ...
... afterwards. I was the only woman on my tour who did it, but it was really exciting. Then 4 of us went ATving. Bob drove and I held onto the back. We got to drive to point right on the Continental Divide and look on one side which was very lush and green. On the Pacific side, it was dryer and brown. We could see the Pacific in the distance. Tonight was a free night, so Bob and I wandered into town and had drinks and dinner in ...
... where the animals had settled in that evening, so he led us right to where we could see two vipers hanging in tree branches directly above the walking path, a tarantula who could be lured out of her hole, a toucan who slept in the branches with his bright, heavy beak barely tucked under his wing, and a trogon (cousin of the quetzal. We also had the opportunity to observe the behaviors of a bat, thousands of leaf cutter ants, and a leaf-mimicking ...