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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Leyenda Playa Carrillo
Comfortable accommodation with basic kitchenette in a quiet location, away from the crowds of Samara. Nice pool area, and decent restaurant. The hotel offers a nice perk at Playa Carrillo, with chairs, bathrooms, and shower facilities for its guests, along with a shuttle to and from.
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Perhaps the most beautiful aspect of Costa Ricans is the passion and love they have of wildlife - there's a certain appreciation and respect they have for animals, and it's something that isn't all that common in other parts of the World. So what we experienced tonight, when that respect turned into complete and utter contempt, made us sick to our …
Scientific fact - colourful little paper umbrellas make tropical drinks taste better when in paradise. It's something we've proven over and over the past few days in the laid back areas of Playa Carrillo and Playa Samara, where we are finishing up our last bit of beach time in Costa Rica. There's probably no better place to wind down this trip, …
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A few weeks ago we went camping- I'm talking real camping, without bathrooms. We first took the bus from Hojancha to Nicoya where we went to the supermarket and got all of the goods we needed to be wilderness explorers! After that we took the bus to Playa Carrillo, from there we filled up our water tank at the local police station, told them where we were headed, and took a dirt road, in the hot sun, to our final destination! ...
... through what was once a pyroclastic flow from a volcano and slowly the water had shaved down a path way through it. Further up the river was a natural pool with water from the volcano that had some chemical reaction that made it a bright blue colour. The easiest way we could describe it accurately was it looked like a river of bright blue powerade. It was pretty incredible. We jumped in and swam up stream a bit to check out the beautiful habitat. It ...