Hotel Lomas del Volcan
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Lomas del Volcan La Fortuna
Fabulous, fabulous views! Very nice rooms, very quiet and peaceful and beautiful. Highly recommend! The woodwork and decor is so elegant and the grounds are impeccable!
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Today we woke early because we wanted to hike in the rainforest in the morning before we left this wonderful place. Actually, we have kind of gotten into a routine of waking early so we are used to it. So after breakfast we headed down the trail, across the suspension bridge, and we began with a trail down to the Sarapiqui river. Nice to see it up …
In the many, many, many years that we have been together, I can't recall hearing DH scream or giggle- presumably these aren't two characteristics you would expect from a former police officer? She does have a series of gasps that I have learned to interpret as a summons for a needed bug squishing (the size of the gasp was usually a good indicator …
... into the springs so it was like a natural massage! So yeah that was real nice. Oh but then, it started to rain. And when I say rain, let's remember it's monsoon season hear so it's rain on steroids. We also had dinner at Baldi and they actually had to take us up in little golf carts because the rain was so intense! And dinner was, you guessed it, muy bien! Tomorrow is another early day but we will be doing a lot of fun things so it's totally worth ...
... Brown Pelican~
Bare-Throated Tiger Heron*
Little Blue Heron
Great Blue Heron
... which is a Costa Rican meal with salad, beans, rice, chicken, and limeade.
Next time, when we have more dough to drop, we will return to Monteverde and do what tourists are supposed to do there: explore the rainforest and go ziplining.
After three nights in Monteverde, we caught a series of buses to the Nicaraguan border, and then to San Juan del Sur, a Nicaraguan beach town on the Pacific Ocean.