Hotel Villa Romantica
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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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 …
... realized i def overpacked (heavy!) and we asked a taxi driver where we were going and he said our hostel was at the very top, so clearly we hopped in. the room is clean but not fancy at all. and the hostel looks pretty ghetto from the road and as you walk in. but the lady who owns it is friendly and has told us she's going to make us learn spanish. lol. there is no air conditioning and the room is quite warm. there's a fan and we laid down to cool off ...
Quepos is a town of 11,000 people located 115 miles southwest of San Jose. Quepos is not the cleanest of towns but it has a lot of character. The town was reborn by sport fishing and surfing after the banana industry left. The village center is 6 square blocks of restaurants, art galleries and shops fronted on the main beach. Quepos was among our favorites in this area.
We drove north on the two lane ...
... minute walk from the beach. Hotel Playa Espadilla is the best one yet. Although we don't have 4 beds, we have a twin, a double, and a cot (?!) and a KITCHEN! It's not like we're going to use it or anything but the hotel gods are looking out for us! We also had a visitor in our room tonight! BABY GECKO! He was climbing on the wall and we rescued him in a cup and put him in the garden outside (when I say we, I really mean I). He was a tad stubborn but so ...
After originally not planning to spend much time in Costa Rica, we decided to join our new French friends who we we met on the yacht and see a bit more of Costa Rica.
First on the list was the border crossing from Panama to Costa Rica, Puerto Viejo, which involved a closed bridge due to a strike and walking across the bridge between borders ...