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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Casacolores Montezuma
Travel Blogs from Montezuma
I took my time getting up today. The activity level has been high on this trip and it hitting me hard. At breakfast, which was in a beautiful garden, the local bluejays were very comfortable and would come very close to the patrons. One grabbed food off a girl's plate while another landed on her head. I protected my food but left them my leftovers. Our trip to Isla Tortunga began 9:30 and went until 4. It ...
... we feel so fortunate to have been able to immerse ourselves, often literally, in the array of natural wonders it possesses. The extra memory we will take away with us, aside from Beyonce's photo of her new dog, is how genuinely helpful and welcoming the Costa Ricans we have encountered have been. As an example, when we made the challenging trek up to the waterfalls here early one morning and found the only other person in one of the plunge pools was a 60 year old local ...
... are greeted by a Toucan, an iguana, and a whole troupe of spider monkeys that paraded within feet of our balcony as we are on the second floor and the tree canopy is on the side of our room. Oh, and on the drive here we stopped to view some scarlet macaws that we're flying overhead. So everyday we see species we have not seen before. I am amazed with the diversity here. So after checking in we caught a quick lunch at ...
... We have been in some interesting places, but this one is a great fit. I'm very thankful.
I'm not sure if its the ocean air containing so much salt...but my sinuses are all clear. Brian hardly coughs at all, like not at all. Humidity is incredibly high, but its not that hot. Yes at times, but there is a continual breeze here on the hill. And we hear the waves crashing against the shore 24/7. I DO miss our ...
... actually cooked up the parrot fish Jeffry had speared the day before and I ate it with my Casada dinner (typical Costa Rican dish with beans and rice, vegetables, salad and your choice of chicken, meat or fish). Although I loved the Casada itself, I told Andrew that no one beats his culinary skills with fish.
Again, everyone was asleep by 9:00pm preparing for our boat ride back to Herredura in the morning and then onto Alejuela (San Jose ...