Hotel & Club Punta Leona
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... computer adding some stuff to this blog - Feb. 18 - when all off of a sudden my blog freezes. I thought I lost what I just added...:( Just got back on the internet and it is here.. YES!!! :) I just noticed that you can publish to save and then go right back to blogging - I better make an effort to safe often or it will be very frustrating having to write everything up again.)
...and now for my last topic (for a bit), I am going to address hair. It's amazing the time and ...
... unloading, it had been left on the shuttle van. I ran to the back of the ship, but the van had disappeared with my Bailey’s. After a few minutes of lamentations, I chalked it up to my annual donation to the local culture; last year my wallet, this year my Bailey’s. A few minutes before our ferry would slowly ease from the dock, the shuttle driver appeared, and with a smile, presented the bag to me. Crisis averted! On travel days, I often wear some kind of a shirt that ...
... it out that the car rental was closed when we got there. They are supposed to wait until we arrive, but it was a couple of hours after our scheduled arrival so I guess they gave up.
Oh well, we have our regular room in our favourite hotel. We arrived safely and are happy to be here. ...
... weather turned into glorious sunshine! We decided as there wasn't much to do in montezuma to catch a bus to nearby Santa Teresa, which is a growingly popular area with good surfing. We had to catch too buses, one of which we thought was going to tell us to all get off and walk up the hill instead as we have never seen a vehicle struggling so much! People on horses were overtaking us!
Finding accomodation ...
... All of them had totally different styles, unlike many of the vendors you see in touristy towns selling souvenirs they "made" that are actually made in China! We all bought a pair of earrings from a guy with some really awesome jewelry. Mine have silver posts, and they are dangling copper metal with turquoise stones. They're really cool, and they cost 3 mil colones (6 dollars). The guy selling them whipped out some more copper and made Ambar, ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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