Hotel Valle del Rio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Valle del Rio Boquete
Travel Blogs from Boquete
... footage, disappointing. Lack of hilarious footage aside, being a very rocky path, David was on the receiving end of the worst ever 'dead leg' and expletives were flowing from his mouth. The expletives dried up as the immediate pain eased but it was a slow limp down the remainder of the trail.
Walking down the hill from the Ranger Station to the park entrance turned out to be the most awkward for David. It was actually less painful to walk backwards down the ...
... up it was an interesting and enjoyable experience. I was struck by the fact that the canal has been open three months short of 100 years, but they made the locks so big. They wouldn't have dreamed of ships as big as they are now, so it was really majorly over-engineered for its time (6).
Duncan and Ruth were great hosts, and I can now better understand the allure of sailing the world. I will be following their blog with interest, ...
... from the 70's, 80's and 90's. It was awesome, hair band classic after hair band classic. It really helped shorten the drive. Once in Boquete, we checked into our hotel. Our room is in the peak if the roof so unless you are 3' tall there is a lot of waisted space. It is not bad though, we've had much worse this trip. We then had a briefing on the activities available to us here. We initially thought we were going to go whitewater rafting but when ...
... we were off to meet Dan and Kathy at the zip line office. Our new guide picked up our group and we drove up the mountain for about 30-40 minutes in the back of a covered truck with padded benches along the sides :-/ we were part of a group of about 20 the oldest of whom is 78 years old! He was the dad of a family group on a tour with Travalgar and he had his wife and 7 kids and spouses on the tour, 5 of the kids and spouses were zip lining, another couple on the tour are ...
... tree. Erich just HAD to go check it out, whereas me and the rest of our crew decided to wait until morning to see the "damn tree that fell over". Side Story - We encountered what must have been the most misfit, most troublesome and accident prone group EVER during our time at Lost and Found. The group of 10 or 11 showed up the second or third day way got there, and even from the beginning they seemed to be a gong show. That first night they had gotten ...