Hotel Buenos Aires
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Buenos Aires Santa Teresa
Travel Blogs from Santa Teresa
... Peninsula we hired a 4WD and drove to Montezuma, Cabuya and finally Cabo Blanco Absolute Nature Reserve. Montezuma was okay; perhaps a little crowded for its size. We kind of expected this, and it was why we chose to stay on the other side of the peninsula. In Cabuya we stopped at the local Panaderia (Bakery) and had an amazing breakfast, Josh sampled a typical Costa Rican breakfast called Gallo Pinto (Spotted Rooster), which is, basically, rice and beans, ...
... the turtles and once laid the eggs are then in grave danger vultures, stray dogs, poachers and other careless turtles. Considering only a small proportion of the baby turtles will make it out into the ocean, when they hatch around 45 days later, it's obvious why these beautiful animals are endangered. No sooner had the sun set, the wind picked up and it started to bucket with rain. All the onlookers (carefully) rushed back ...
... to San Jose
for our flight out of Central America, and the end of our first leg of
travelling. We spent another day on buses and boats, and made it to the capital
that evening. We decided we’d finish off Central with a big family Chinese, so
down the road we headed to a recommended restaurant. It was a very surreal
meal. Firstly the restaurant was in a large function hall (and would be hosting
Miss Costa Rica in a week’s time) and ...
... the party plans with the others at the Red Frog Villas, we went to watch the sunset at the beach Playa Carmen. After sunset Janessa was going to go back eat quick and then try to take a long nap as she was tired from work and wanted to get rest before the party. For dinner I decided to have vegetable coconut curry with Sandy, Rob, Esperanza, and Karen. And to follow the same theme, we decided to have dinner in the pool again! Around 9:30pm we started to get ready and get ...
... place wherein he may strike root and, like the seed, become. But also he needs the great Milky Way above him and the vast sea spaces, though neither stars nor ocean serve his daily needs."
Antoine de Saint-Exupery
I spent a few days loving my casita, tending to it, ...