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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in La Fortuna. It appears they were doing a tour of beach resorts before heading home after a short vacation.
My sole purpose in visiting Montezuma was to take it easy after so much recent travelling and hit the beach and maybe catch up on some reading. I had great intentions of doing a lot more reading. I thought I would have plenty of time for that on the buses, but I've found that I quite like to look at the scenery (if I can) and at night, I ...
Wow. Today was my last day of school and it was still quite strange. We had civics and gym and math. Except the gym teacher was "sick" and we spent like an hour and twenty minutes doing nothing. I finished my book today. I read "The Art Of Racing In The Rain" for the second time and it's one of my all time favorites. I highly recommend it, unlike the Costa Rican school system. We went to school later today and left early and only had two of the three classes ...
... and more commercial side of Costa Rican tourism. This meant that aside from the group transportation and the odd group activity, we felt very little need to spend much time with the other 14 group members, all aged between 19 and 30, and the slightly underwhelming group leader, who acted as a guide throughout. First impressions count for everything, and when I was introduced at the start of the week to a blue haired, tattoo covered creature calling herself 'Rogue', ...
... br> After we checked into our hotel Los Pris we went on a short walk around town with Cindy and then onto a Catamara boat cruise from 2 to 6PM. We were lucky to see a mother and baby humpback whale swimming along side of our boat. We also enjoyed some salsa music, hot tubs, snorkelling, swimming and a nice meal on board. We had unlimited drinks available to us but were well behaved. There was a water slide from the upper deck into the ocean and Anthony hit his head on the side of ...
... to park was followed with lunch at El Avión . It is a restaurant in shape of a plane. One can never miss it as it is so unique and food is amazing too.
Though San Jose international airport is 3 hours drive from Manuel Antonio, me and my husband stopped at so many places on our way to enjoy the scenic beauty that we missed our flight. The annoying thing at the airport was that we had to pay leaving tax of 28$ per person in order to get our boarding pass ...