Hotel Vista de Olas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Vista de Olas Mal Pais
Our stay was wonderful! The owner Roger and his sons were especially fun! In fact, the entire staff was great. The villa was beautiful...the pool area and sunsets are beyond beautiful, and we made some great friends!
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Our united flight was on time and smooth so I am positive that means at some point we entered an alternate universe and just don't know it yet. We stopped at the duty free while waiting on the luggage to pick up some wine. I purchased five bottles (the max per person) to enjoy each day we are here. Bodega Norton Malbec Reseva 2009 Mendoza, …
Had a last coffee and then breakfast with Jerry and Craig and then they were heading out. We took our laundry in before breakfast and then back to our place to do some of our packing. Lunch was a clean out the refrigerator salad of spinach and all the other veggies we had in there.
While we were doing our packing, Chris called up to us and told us he had been able to get three kilos of tuna and ...
We of course have a hot plate we brought with us and make ourselves a cup of coffee in the morning to enjoy the start of the day. Because of the rules of our place, quiet in kitchen until 7:00a.m., no visitors to room, etc. we could not offer the guys a cup of coffee at our place.
So, they came by and picked us up and took us down for coffee at the place across from the school. Great place to watch the comings and ...
... them! Both of us pretty unfit but ended up walking all the trails! Just wish we brought more food with us as nothing to buy inside park. But had taps where could fill up water bottles. Stayed til around 4. Saw sloth with a baby which was cool and baby monkey with it's mum. Saw some random possum too. Got coconut at the exit was so hungry. Took local bus back to hostel showered and booked $40 shuttle ...
... most visited area with a variety of enjoyable accommodations and activities for tourists.
In Manuel Antonio we discovered a Cold War relic: The bizarre El Avion bar and restaurant. The sister plane of the C-123, which was shot down during the Iran-Contra Affair over Nicaragua in 1986, had been converted to a pub.