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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... perfect for swimming in the warm clear waters. We also trekked to a famous waterfall close to town, which conversely was the centre of the party, packed with Ticos trying to start BBQs or jumping from ever higher and ever more precarious ledges on the cliff face into the deep pool at the base of the falls. Montezuma is also the home of some great restaurants and we were lucky to enjoy a fresh and deliciously prepared selection of sushi one night at Puggos, ...
... ticket to Paquera. Of course, this wasn't without the usual bureaucratic nonsense, as those taking vehicles could only purchase a ticket for the car and the driver. If they wanted to take any passengers, they then had to join a seperate queue to buy additional tickets. Who thinks up these schemes?
I watched the ferry pull into the port and within half an hour, we were able to board. I noticed it was similar to the roll on, roll off ferries at ...
... translates into Fatal Attraction but I’ve never seen the movie in English. It is SUCH a good way to learn Spanish! It was all about bank robberies and it was funny to hear a super deep Mexican Spanish come out of Ben Affleck's mouth. The girl they had dubbing the femaie actress was possibly the WORST crier I've ever heard in my life... It finished at 11:30 and then Bambi decided he wanted to go out. We left and went to find some of his friends, keeping ...
... manged to trip and fall over trying to get the boathook over the side ,but Tony saved the day again . We found a lovely bay called Ballena (whale) , which was a mix of fishermen's shacks, nice gringo houes and a little town. We went to do some shopping ,but kept our money as it's soooo expensive here in CR. However,had a lovely cup of local CR coffee in the shade and then met a couple who invited us to there house ...
... what happened. It was about a 3 hour drive to our Arenas Del Mar – a drive that gave us a good feel for the countryside.
Upon arrival, we found out that the main restaurant was closed for renovations. In hindsight, it was a good lesson in learning about setting expectations that turn out to be different than reality. And really, is it so terrible to have to eat amazing meals at ...