Hotel Del Rey
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Del Rey San Jose
Enough Eye Candy to make a man go blind! Great Experience. The Rooms are a little outdated but works for the single guy. Bell Boy Carlos is your go to go for anything you need help with.
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... B) We had ham and cheese sandwiches with watermelon... for breakfast. Don't get me wrong, the food was great, but having what seemed like lunch food for breakfast made the meal seem much less like breakfast. The one breakfast item we had was coffee. I was told before I got here that the coffee was good, but I didn't think it could be this good. Back home I rarely drink coffee, and when I do it's doused with sugar and creamer, but this coffee although strong was ...
... Many boats with outriggers and advertisments of a billfish competition last week.
Quepos is also 7 kms away from the very popular Parque Nacional Manuel Antonio but it is a lot cheaper to stay in Quepos.
A local bus 40 p, took us to the entrance of the park,16 US ea. entry, and one can walk on the clearly marked trails. A guide will set you back 20 US each, but we saw so many sloths, (not another one!) 3 different species of monkeys, ...
We eagerly left Tortuguero, a little nervous about losing our belongings to the river! We saw 2 monkeys, another big crocodile, 2 toucans, a caiman and a lot of other wildlife on the boat back, may as well not have booked that canal tour! Our boat and two buses worked out well, only an hour wait at a bus station. When we arrived it was absolutely pouring down. We trekked across town waiting ...
... by the most joyful-sounding screams and shouts, like he was actually enjoying himself and not completely terrified.
Thomas’s jump provided the biggest laughs as we watched him madly flailing his arms through space..
And then it was all over. All five of us conquered the highest bungee jump in Latin America (143 meters) before breakfast.
We relived the experience watching the ...
... sweet! We saw the process of chocolate making from the cocoa beans in the pod, which taste surprisingly sweet, a little like mango, to the end product- delicious melted chocolate. We finished our tour by seeing coffee production which is very important to Costa Rica's economy. The majority of Costa Rican coffee is Arabica coffee which is considered the highest quality in the world by many. We saw the coffee bushes which have beans that are red and berry like when ...