Margarita Airport Hotel, San Jose
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Club Rio restaurant, and then ventured a little farther to the special hot springs down here. They were supposed to be better, so we had to check them out. We walked up what seemed like a billion stairs, and came to a hot spring that was so hot I wanted to fall asleep. We kept going and more and more hot springs seemed to fill us with energy for what was to come up. We went back to the river, and took a five minute bus ride through some jungly areas and came to a tiny path ...
... Crested Guan and the Great Curassow were also observed. They were the size of turkeys and navigated the lush forest with fast flaps of their massive wings. The trail's path turned into boulder sized craggy lava rocks and the trees who struggle for a foothold in the shallow volcanic soil suddenly disappeared. Short plants peered out from every crevasse between boulders. David froze in place at the sight of a flower. How lucky were we?! It's called the 'One Day Orchid'. It blooms twice ...
... spend the last few days of my trip here. If not for being constantly cold and wet, it is by far ...
... These are the two largest families of birds and they are *everywhere.* We hiked further and into where only a few trees grew in a clearing - one of them being a wild avocado tree (related to the kind we eat. However, this tree produced avocado-like fruit that is the favorite food of the quetzal, the elusive and elaborately plumed royal bird of the Aztecs. Ever since arriving in Costa Rica, I had avowed the goal of seeing a quetzal, and ...
... a driveway elsewhere.
The town of Jaco was not much to see- imagine a 1960s surfer burnout town, overrun with KFCs, Pizza Huts, and cheap beachwear shops, filled with tourists in various stages of filthy dress and intoxication levels, and you got Jaco. Needless to say we didn't stick around long- we got back in our car and continued north.
We stopped for lunch around 1pm at Atenas, a small town mentioned in our guidebook as a ...