Hotel Mountain Paradise
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Mountain Paradise La Fortuna
Lovely gardens positioned at the foot of Volcan Arenal. Everything was just that little bit extra. Only complaint was the WiFi connection.
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... sit in a narrow gap one behind each other in the water whilst the instructor sat at the top holding the water back. Kind of guessing what was going to happen I braced myself against the surrounding rock and a few seconds later a huge column of water he called 'the tsunami' hit us and nearly threw us down the rest of the drop! This was exhilarating and cooled us down now that the rain had stopped and humidity had risen! The final waterfall rappel was just around the ...
... Monkey Slide 50,000 times
• Enjoy a good movie at the end
We did all this, but at the end of tubing Sam decided to not go the second time. Instead you went to the hot springs down there. Thy were amazing! Better than the ones up at the Hotel! Incredible! After doing the Springs, we ate there as planned, and took the shuttle back up (as planned). And as I wanted, we did Monkey Slide 50,000 times. We watched 'Tangled', while eating room service dinner. I loved my ...
... that Carlos brought the boa constrictor out of his box and was holding him while we was giving his talk. And after Carlos finished, he asked if anyone wanted to hold the snake, walked over to me, and just put him in my hands. It's a good thing I wanted to hold it! I know I've touched a snake before, but I don't think I've ever completely held one in my hands. It was really cool feeling it move over my skin. Mom also held the boa constrictor, but I was surprised when both Dad and ...
... in the second shuttle and are ready for yet another bus ride. We see the small town of La Fortuna approaching in the distance as we notice the roads becoming more touristy and more hotels popping up along the roads. And before we know it, we have arrived in the little town. We get dropped off at Hotel Dorothy and dump our stuff before heading to the supermarket to grab some food for lunch and have a look around town. It's similar to ...
... be seen.
Work has started on the rough dirt road, which is basically 4WD only, that leads into town from the main highway. Eventually it will be paved road all the way from San Jose, which will make it much easier to get here. It will bring much more tourism to the area, which of course is good for the economy and local businesses, but at what cost? It is a debate happening all over Costa Rica as simply paving a road can change ...