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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in Costa Rica where prices are about 3 times more than in Nicaragua.
We wandered back into town for some dinner and settled for the Tree House, the restaurant was on the second floor of a building with the seating under a huge, big fig tree. The foliage of the tree was so thick it was hard to tell whether there was any roof or not although it probably didn't need it. The food was pretty good too and Maria was impressed with the Chilean wine.
... one side and the volcano on the other.
There were a total of 8 zip lines. There were two short practice lines where we learned three important skills: 1. Lean back holding on to the handles and tuck your knees to your chest to make sure we don't sway from side to side and to make sure we all made it to the next platform; 2. As soon as you feel the lines swaying hard, that is the zip line ...
... within 10km of the park entry. I know I said I wouldn’t hitch again , but it was much more comfortable doing it with someone else and Costa Rica is a LOT safer than any of the other places id been for the past 8 months.
Anyway, we started walking the 10km in the dark, me with my absolutely mashed up backpack, until some really friendly locals offered to give us a ride on their bikes (have a guess at the cost – yep $10), and arrived into Monteverde that same night where ...
... to Monte Verde. It was an interesting trip on a rough road at high elevation. The scenery was very lush green and hilly. We stopped at
El Trapiche which was a family run plantation of coffee, sugarcane and cocoa. We had a home cooked lunch and very interesting tour of the plantation. We bought some Costa Rican coffee and Doreen had a ride in an ox cart. Too bad we missed an opportunity to have a photo of us since it was a our 13th ...
... we had seen more or less everything there was to see there, and as much as we loved it, it was time to move on from there.
However, here at La Fortuna, there was a ton it offered that we didn't do - 4-wheeler trips, horseback riding, animal shelters, and more. We could have easily stayed here another 3-4 days in this town, but it's time to move on to our next destination. If/when we ever come back to Costa Rica, we'll be sure to spend more time in La Fortuna!