Hotel Villas Lirio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Villas Lirio Manuel Antonio National Park
Travel Blogs from Manuel Antonio National Park
... our way stopped at front desk n requested taxi n told him our plan. He said he would try n arrange a guide for us
-after bfast learned that we had a guide all set up for a private tour. Awesome. Fun taxi ride to park w friendly cabby n sure enough our guide Jorge ...
... meaning that Playa Playitas is fair game for everyone, despite the fact that a five-star resort looms in the background. So even though we never got to enjoy the pool, we were still able to enjoy a little refreshing beach time after finally wrapping up our time at the café. Despite the rather expensive lunch, it still ended up being a decent value, overall.
This was our last day in the area, and allowed us to reach a ...
... until Tuesday night (ahead of returning to school on Wednesday). At this meeting I discovered I would be running the workshops in Damas with Cathy (a lovely mature aged volunteer). Following this meeting I asked her if she would like to sit with me and go through the ideas that I had come up with for the workshop on Friday. She however informed me that she already had ideas for the workshop so she didn't need anymore, thanks. What a slap in the face and ...
Our day was hilarious. We started the morning at Manuel Antonio National Park, where we saw some pretty cool animals. Our tour guide had a super fancy microscope, and every time we saw an animal, he would focus the lens on it and let us view it. We saw a "Jesus lizard", which is the type of species of lizard that runs on water. IT WAS CRAZY! We also saw white faced ...
... past our hotel and that would dump us on the street that had most of the restaurants on it. Walking along a Costa Rican freeway under construction didn't seem like the safest idea so off we went.
As we turn down the road, and there was nothing but ditches and a field on the right and a huge industrial complex fenced off with barb wire and armed guards at the gates on the left. Employees were getting off work and driving down the gravel road and Christine and I had ...