Hotel Lomas del Volcan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- 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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... tours roll in. They look very inappropriately dressed and we laugh thinking of how cold they will be inside the forest in about an hour when the arvo wind and rain kicks in. Fatigued and hungry, we have lunch and retreat to the room with the weather worse for wear. Even inside our room was freezing, let alone in the wind and rain outside. We kill some time watching Gravity as we had never seen it. Never getting those few hours of our lives back. ...
... or chicken operation. Others will work in the forest learning botany. Others will work in the kitchen. The second class was an upper class focused on working with cows. We didn't see much of what the class was about, it was more of a question and answer session. We were supposed to take a tour if the forested area, but a downpour led to a salsa dancing lesson instead. The campus itself was especially noted for the Eco side of ...
Well, Costa Rica is a bit of a surprise. It's far more expensive than we had envisioned as they price everything in US Dollars and have worked out a way to charge for everything. But it is a beautiful country with enormous tracts of rainforest still in pristine condition.
After the first night in San Jose, the capital, we picked up our rented 4 wheel drive and headed to the Sarapiqui National Reserve where we stayed in hotel right in the ...
Happy Mother's Day, Costa Rican Style of course! All classes everywhere are canceled so that the Moms can rest! Which as you are probably already thinking, day off!
In the morning I opted to go for a guided tour with Nancy and her family along with Rod of the Curi Cancha Reserve. When I go hiking and such in the United States, it never really occurs to me to actually stop and look at wildlife or to stop and look at the bark on a tree. You learn can ...
... the equivalent of $16 each, but he would only charge me $10 for it. I was frustrated, but since the wood was clearly chipped (although for all anyone knew, it was chipped before it hit the ground!), I just ended up offering him $8, and he accepted it. So, we're now the proud owners of a $8 Costa Rican back-scratcher!
After that, we hopped in a taxi and went back to the hotel. Our day tomorrow (white water rafting!) doesn't start until 10:45, so we'll ...