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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Atardecer Montezuma
Travel Blogs from Montezuma
... we could flag down the first passing 4x4 taxi and negotiate a price for the 10 minute ride to our accommodation.
What has struck us here is how much pride everyone has in their country. At the bus stop, even the local coconut seller was washing down the bus-stop and pavement where he works.
Another observation is how incredibly friendly people are. They all ...
... however I had to wait and wander a bit more before a seat became available. A few minutes later I was reported with two seats opening up a lady had his seat and a couple of minutes later I said 10 she looked over and smiled at me, but guessing from her age and her professional attire, I assumed she wasn't a prostitute.(they seem to be rather popular here in San Jose and Costa Rica,as prostitution is legal) she had ordered an empanada and a coffee, and she looked up at me and smiled. ...
... each other on Beyonce's latest Instagram post and to convince themselves they were having "the best time ever...Costa Rica 2014 rocks!". This sounds horribly judgemental and I want to record that we did get on well with everyone, but there was a lot of time wasting caused by the groups reliance on the leader for help with such trivial matters (like how much to tip a waiter and whether there would be wifi on a small car ferry) that was slightly frustrating, so we ...
... Quepos, Catalina asked if we could stop at the bakery so she could buy some fresh bread. For some reason, traffic was being re-routed through the little town, but I got her to the bakery. Getting out of town was more challenging. Roads were blocked by police at several key intersections, making our exit painstakingly difficult. In desperation, I swerved past a few cones and placed us directly in the path of an oncoming parade. I heard the beat of drums, and ...
... were served before dinner. For dinner Carolyn had Mahi Mahi, and I had steak. Dessert was chocolate lava cake, and now we're heading back to our room. It's so dark here that you can the nose in front of your face. We can sleep late tomorrow as breakfast is not until 7:30 am.
All in all, it was a fantastic day, and we're really looking forward to the next several days at Manuel Antonio National ...