Margarita Airport Hotel, San Jose
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Margarita Airport Hotel, San Jose Alajuela
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... The hostel was really quite nice, very small, but had a really nice homey feeling. She gave me all the tour info for the area and helped me book a few things for the next day. I then ventured into town and got groceries, got out cash, and ran into the British girls I had met on the Corn Island. We chatted for a bit before I went back and made myself food. Then I watched a movie and made myself dinner before calling it a ...
... the final hill and see our destination, high-five each other and head towards the ticket gate. We pay the $12 entry fee and walk in and see the waterfall straight ahead at the view point. As with all waterfalls, the mission to get there was well worth the reward of the end product. There's a few cables around the canopy where zip lining is done and there's a lot of stairs staring us in the face. Now going down stairs does sound easy, but after our run there we knew at some point we ...
... bill making up about a third of its total body length.
We stopped briefly at a coffee house, called Cinchona, overlooking a vast green valley, and got good looks at an Emerald Toucanet, Red-headed Barbet, Silver-throated Tanager, Prong-billed Barbet, and more hummingbirds! In all, over 50 new life birds for me just today!
I am so amazed at the beauty of this place and the kindness of its people.
... known destination the GPS knows about that is near what you want and put that in as your destination. Second, for all the coffee grown here, the locals really don't get or drink the good stuff. There are plenty of american style coffee houses, but we didn't see too many locals hanging out.
In hind sight, I would skip the visit to Alajuela. It's not a bad town, but not worth losing a day.
After a cheap dinner of rice, beans and plantains we go to bed early in preparation for tomorrow’s early start. Monteverde is beautiful. The place is so rich in wildlife that you don’t even need to go into the national park to see multi-coloured butterflies and humming birds - they’re everywhere.
We have come all the way up the mountain for a taste of Monteverde’s world-famous ...