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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Mimos Manuel Antonio National Park
Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
... of course were having none of his bullsh*t, and told the company (no names but it rhymes with Smudge It) to get their asses up to the park and fix the car. Two sweaty hours in the baking sun later, it was agreed by all parties involved (us, Smudge It, and a mechanic) that the fob sensor had indeed broken, it wasn't our fault, and we were given a new car. So instead of the sunset happy hour we'd planned, we just headed back to the hotel for a shower and a nap. Upon arrival, ...
It was our last night or it was the beginning of my last week in the cast. Choose which one you think made us decide we could splurge and go somewhere very very nice. Whatever the reason we decided after reading through several reviews to go to Hotel La Mariposa and eat at Le Papillon Restaurant. We had passed by this hotel walking back up from the beach on previous trips and it looked as if it would have some great views
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fell in love with the beautiful views and gorgeous scenery in the South
Pacific region of Costa Rica. The Costa Rican people are so warm and
friendly, and made us feel welcome.
Perla de Ballena, the gated eco-community and private wildlife reserve
where Casita Kristina Maria is located, reminds Kathy's mother of
Jurassic Park because of its ...
... Manuel Antonio in a comfortable air conditioned van, the road climbs up through the jungle past the hotels and cafes to the busy little city of Quepos. From there you leave the busy life of the ci behind and travel through palm nut plantations, small communities and cross several rivers along the way. Many of the small communities are in a horseshoe with a soccer field in the front and the highway on the fourth leg.
One of the ...
... we will have this alot while we are here. It was excellent. Most of the students loved it, but others were not so fond since they were such picky eaters and were not sure what to think of eating a meal in a foreign coutnry for the first time in their lives. No whataburger for them!!! We got back on the bus and then headed to Sierpe, which was a 5 hour drive which SUCKED! not becuase of roads ...