- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... The Kangaroo Hotel was on the edge of town, it had a pool and an army of adorable dogs. Next door to it we enjoyed a delicious casado (set dinner) platter in a local soda whilst watching beach football on TV (a surprisingly interesting game) before taking a dip in the pool and finally hitting the hay in our air-conditioned room. We were very sad not to be staying longer in this little gem. The next day we discovered that central Jacó was much like a sprawling ...
... for a very nice sunset.
Decided to order two of the appetizers and split them. One was a very nice salad of greens with gorgonzola cheese and candied walnuts with a nice balsamic dressing. The other was a plate of mixed seafood bites. Was nice as well but was fried and this was not really our goal; fried food. Enjoyed a nice glass of wine as well.
Decided to head back down the hill and have one ...
... water. Sounded perfectly reasonable to us but first thing we did when we got in our room was fill our bucket with water and draw up water to purify for drinking
Calocita does have a nice kitchen that is open and does not seem quite as hot as we have experienced but only one fairly small refrigerator that was fairly full. Went upstairs to the "chill room" that is right above the kitchen and is open in the front and top sides and so there was cool ...
... able to see the mot mots he had also found.
Walked back into town and ate at Montezuma Restaurant. Had the British breakfast which was an egg, bacon, cheese, lettuce sandwich on some wonderful fresh made roll that was just delicious. Had our usual afternoon and then ate the rest of the gazpacho soup and black bean salad for dinner. The soup was better the second day because the flavors had a chance to blend and it was very nice.
... our postcards. She also told us she had a room for rent in the back of her shop and home. We went and looked at the room which is still under partial construction. It will have a private bathroom, small kitchen area and a fan. Will not have screens on the windows however.
No beach view but would be nice for someone who wants to stay in Cabuya.
Walked back over to the bakery and decided to eat breakfast and write the postcards to ...