Hotel Casitas Sollevante
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Casitas Sollevante Montezuma
Travel Blogs from Montezuma
... a freshly caught red snapper, barbequed and served whole at a local soda on our last night which we enjoyed while gazing at the red moon of a lunar eclipse. So it was that on our final day as we were woken by the loud grunts of nearby howler monkeys we were sad to leave this tropical beauty behind, but ahead of us lay the road into the highlands, where we hoped the air would be fresher and the sun less intense. We were truly ready to leave the coast and cool down in ...
... as soon as I was on board, I made for the back of the boat where there was a shaded area on the top deck. I guessed that unlike a normal ship which would have to turn around, the ferry would simply move straight out and so it proved, so I had a good view as we made our way across to Paquera.
The crossing is fairly short and just over an hour and a bit. Once again, the taxi drivers were out in force when we landed, however just as the guidebook ...
Up and did our usual routine. It was our last day in Montezuma and we wanted to do something fun. Took our laundry in because you know things pack better when they are clean! Decided to eat breakfast at Sano Banano because we always enjoy sitting outside in the garden and watching the comings and goings.
Decided to go to Cabo Blanco and hike some of the park before heading back to Luna Llena to get ourselves ...
Got up early to catch the 6:20 a.m. bus to Cobano. We had to go the clinic to administer the step-up to Robert's new allergy drops and had to be done where there could be medical assistance if needed. We had been shown where the clinic was as we came through Cobano on our way to Luna Llena so it was easy for us to find.
The drops were no problem and we got to see what the clinic was like. There were posters ...
... Costa Rica.
The driver was talking to the lady in charge of the group of tourists and stopped and backed up the bus so we all could see the gigantic fig tree along the roadside heading to Cabuya. Got off the bus early and so we walked up to the bakery and sure enough across the street was the bookstore that had been in Montezuma. IT was the same lady running the bookstore as before and we visited with her for awhile as we ...