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
... Jamie. We get into town and nothing is open. We forgot that it's Easter. We grab some cash and hop on the local bus for a 65 cent ride to the Manuel Antonio beach. The road winding down to the beach offers some pretty amazing views. Wow...I love Costa Rica already. We claim a spot on the beach by 9:00 ready to soak up some much needed rays. We immediately start getting approached by locals ,"Sunglasses" "parasailing" "jewelry" "coconut" and one ...
... sunning himself on a rock and a pretty big rodent animal that we learned about last time we were here. We felt pretty good about the fact that we didn't spend extra on the guide because we saw quite a bit on our own. Neil and Chris pretty much had to drag me out of the park because I could have stayed all day but it was about to close and we had another couple hours to get back.
Definitely worth the trip! Sun, sea, and monkeys, Hoorah!
... have been funny to move my sandals and make me think they got stolen. So, he went to go get my sandals he hid and they were really gone. Someone really stole them. It was kind of a bummer because they were my favorite sandals and I had them for 5 years. It wasn't a big deal because either way I should have listened to Brian and not left them on the beach even if Greg did move them. After looking for my sandals we loaded up and Brian took us to a ...
... national park here with a great guide who was very knowledgeable and helped us spot sloths, huge lizards, racoons, bats, more monkeys and lots of other animals too. Even more humid here so by 10.30am we headed back to sit in blisful air conditioning for awhile. Not for too long though as the pool was calling our name from which we could stare at the amazing view of where the national park meets ...
... shuttle van right to Las Cascadas, in Quepos, the base of operations for the next week. Gary, the owner and long-time friend came out to meet the van. "What are YOU doing here?" That was not exactly the greeting I was expecting. Then Catalina, his wife greeted me with a hug and kiss. The slow life here sometimes causes one to forget what day it is. Unit #6 was not yet available, so the Treehouse would be my place. While it is a nice little condo, it is a ...