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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the road at that point being on a big curve and cars flying close by. As we continued, we kept seeing all these signs for a German bakery up ahead. Since Christian is German and after seeing so many signs, we decided to stop when we reached it. Unfortunately it was technically closed, but the owner let us get coffee, tea for me, and gave us some German pretzels. It was super cool of him and it was all good. The tea was some ginger lemon tea he made himself and while ...
... the stations, we had to repel down with a rope to reach the next station! Mission accomplished! 45 minutes later a few of us who signed up for a 1.5 hour night walk with a guide in the forest were picked up and off we went for our third adventure of the day. So so glad I did. I'm not sure how to describe being on a trail at night in the Monteverde Cloud Forest and there are hundreds and hundreds of fireflies surrounding us. Looking up to a clear ...
From the cloud forests of Monteverde we headed to La Fortuna, a town situated by Volcano Arenal. The bus ride winding down from Monteverde and then the small launch boat we took across the lake were was absolutely breathtaking and reminded me a little of the Lake District except with a blinking big volcano in the distance! What is so fascinating is that no one realised it was a volcano until 1968 when it suddenly erupted. It very sadly wiped out a nearby ...
... pulled into the Nicaraguan exit point having filled out our paperwork and handed over our passports to the conductor. We all got out of the bus, stood around for a while then got back on the bus, drove a couple of hundred metres then got back off the bus, taking all of our bags with us, got our passports stamped for entering Costa Rica, had our bags X-rayed then loaded them back onto the bus, took our seats again and ...
... with a couple other Americans we met on an earlier tour... Mmmmm!!! Lots of very interesting discussion about politics, regional disputes and concerns... Everyone simply agreeing to disagree. I love talking with people like this... Sadly, I don't get to do that very often, too many are not open to other points of view ini respectful ways. I even got to do some laundry while there... Matan is officially my second favorite Mid-Eastern. My first is a really hot Lebanese who taught ...