Hotel Villa Romantica
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Wij hebben ons zowaar verslapen, 8.30 wakker. Gauw ontbijten, want dat is hier lekker, Duits. De langste reisdag breekt aan, 275 kilometer. Dat gaan wij niet over allerlei hobbelpaden doen, nee, wij nemen de snelweg. Dat is weer die 2-baans weg en dan vol met bussen en vrachtauto's. Als je 50 kilometer per uur aflegt, dan ben je een held. Onderweg …
... as loads of birds, butterflies and lizards, but no sloths! Probably didn't help that we weren't overly sure what a sloth looks like. The reserve was situated along the coast and had a few spectacular beaches which we spent some time at before the cloud rolled in and the rain came down. There wasn't much else we felt like doing so it was back to the hotel for a beer and some quality pool-time! Pura vida, ...
... way. One had an eyeball shape on the side of the wing. Came out across a suspension bridge into what looked like an abandoned resort where the zip line groups evidently end their zipping. This all was very close to the hospital and we stopped at the soda nearby and had an ice cream and a bottle of water. Walked back to Nature Lovers rather than waiting ...
Today we had breakfast at 7:30 at the bar/restaurant at the hotel. The usual mango juice, fruit (bananas, pineapple, papaya, watermelon), scrambled eggs with toast and beans and rice. We were off to Manuel Antonio National Park about 8:30 which was good because it was not really hot yet. Freddie dropped us off and Rayner bought our tickets. We walked back the road toward the beaches and birded along the way. We saw several birds, a beautiful moth, ...
... and so I was curious to get there and see if it lives up to the hype. We didn't have a reservation and the booking sites were telling me it was 80% booked so I was a bit nervous that we wouldn't be able to find accommodation. The approach to Manuel Antonio is via a narrow road that is winding and is packed with up-scale resorts. The plan was to drive as far along the road as we could (right to the edge of the park) and work our way back, asking ...