Hotel Buenos Aires
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Buenos Aires Santa Teresa
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... almost sea sick, the views were incredibly. I cannot wait to show you all the photos of the mountains, volcanos, etc.
Our second shuttle ride from Tambor to Santa Teresea was easibly more nerve racking than the first. We dropped off the two other people in the shuttle at Montezuma and Santa Teresa, the off to the resort with my new friend and roomate, Juliette from England. The reception greeted us with delicious fresh ...
... silly one's and that I was too pretty for that and he wanted more smiles... I will try...
At 1PM I walked to the tour shop which is also the gym and met up with Josh my guide for zip-lining. He had already picked up Jeff and Brenda, from Texas, who are here for their 20th wedding anniversary. We met up with a family from Missouri and drove about 5 minutes away to our canopy tour. How amazing! Brenda started out by informing us ...
... roof, our table or anything else in the way!
Read in Wikipedia about the fruit which can be used to make a drink. When we were in Belize we had some cashew wine which we were warned was quite potent and would really cause a bad hangover. Fortunately we did try to find out.
The cashew seed is "in a double shell containing allergenic phenolic resin and anacardic acid, a potent skin irritant chemically related ...
... 15 seconds later pounding on the door and yelling for me to let him in. He ran inside, slammed the door behind him and excitedly sputtered that he was being chased by a mad mama racoon whom he accidently came across on the path who was walking with her babies for a nighttime stroll. Never mess with a mama racoon protecting her brood!
After an exciting day, we were all asleep by 9:00pm, afraid we'd be up at the crack of dawn again by the screams of the howler ...
... fairly disappointed. It matched the description of packed sprawling
urban metropolis pretty perfectly, and the one old colonial square we came
across did have a nice old church in it, but was then surrounded by branches of
every single fast food chain on the planet crammed into every available
building. SO after a bit of an odd assortment of Costa Rica’s destinations
sampled, we headed to the airport to fly to Colombia and South America.