Playa Grande Park Hotel

Address: Main road into Playa Grande estate, Playa Grande, Province of Guanacaste, Costa Rica | Inn
 
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This inn is located on Main road into Playa Grande estate, Playa Grande.
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    Travel Blogs from Playa Grande

    Day 8 - Monday - Starry Starry Night

    A travel blog entry by tonyrussell on Mar 23, 2015

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    ... and then they were joined by signs for the 'Austrian bakery' and the 'gingerbread house' - thought we'd somehow jumped to the Blackforest! When we eventually saw the German bakery, we thought it would be unkind not to stop and buy a cake, after all the effort they made with the signs. Cakes = additional 10 lengths of the swimming pool! On we went, and eventually, after another stop, ...

    ¡¿ Donde esta mi pasaporte?!

    A travel blog entry by amelisheva on Jul 10, 2014

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    ... my bus overheard the office talking about the bank calling for a lost passport. Ice I got that bit of news and confirmed that it was mine, huge sigh of relief and off to class. No worries, I can go pick it up later. Class was tough.... Lots of verbal exercises and new verbs, new vocabulary and my mind was blank because of the morning's excitement.... Eh, all in a day of traveling abroad, Pura Vida! No dancing class after Spanish lessons, never figured out ...

    Today We Finally Take Our Hike...OR Do We?

    A travel blog entry by liebling on Sep 25, 2013

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    ... natural sauna, which was a small rustic building built over natural springs. It stunk a little from sulphur, but not too bad. We detoxed for a few minutes (I know, I should have made it a solid hour) & then headed to the mud bath, only to find that it was nothing more than a mud "bowl". We slapped the mud all over ourselves & had fun doing so with another tour group. Once it dried, there were showers to rinse off, glad ...

    In The Shadow Of A Volcano

    A travel blog entry by jameshardy88 on Apr 05, 2013

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    ... Tragically it buried the nearby small villages of Pueblo Nuevo, San Luís and Tabacón however it sparked off interest in the area and ever since tourists have been flocking here to see the lava flows and enjoy the other bonuses of having a nearby volcano. Cerro Arenal was actually until very recently one of most active volcanoes in the world, with activity virtually every day until ...

    Day 11-12: I'm an emergency responder, may I help?

    A travel blog entry by blondesontour on Feb 14, 2013

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    ... water here! But yeah, that's another $40, diving is an expensive hobby/employment. The devil rays were back in force today and I saw 4 or 5 all jumping out of the water at the same time. I really want to see one under the water. I'm here for a while so it's got to happen some time. The only other interesting thing I really saw today was an octopus. To be fair the visibility was not brilliant today so it was harder to actually spot stuff. Did finally ...