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Old February 11th, 2006, 05:57 PM posted to rec.travel.latin-america
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Any feedback or suggestions all-inclusive resorts in Costa Rica would be
appreciated.
Pura Vida,
G


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Old February 12th, 2006, 08:43 PM posted to rec.travel.latin-america
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We've been to CR 3 times, one of which we spent part of our ten days that
time at an All Inclusive--Blue Bay Papagayo. It is very prepackaged--most
of the activities centered around the pool. It was the only all inclusive
I've been to, and I probably wouldn't opt that route again. Most the people
that went there were American and Canadian and were content just to lay
around the pool reading paper back books and sunning themselves. There were
a few tours out of there, but since the resort is located in Guanacaste, the
trips out and back were long all day affairs. Guanacaste reminded me a lot
of Texas, where we are from, so we really enjoyed the more tropical parts of
CR for vacation. We preferred trekking out on our own. CR is plenty cheap
enough to cater to any budget plan. You can ride the local buses to where
you need to go that works out to be about a dollar an hour, or you can
arrange for private transportation. We did both at different times. If
you'd like to know more specifically of what we saw and did with helpful
telephone numbers, email me and I'll send the info to you. In any case,
have fun! Costa Rica is one of my favorite destinations! Jane


"G&G" wrote in message
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Any feedback or suggestions all-inclusive resorts in Costa Rica would
be appreciated.
Pura Vida,
G



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Old February 13th, 2006, 10:22 PM posted to rec.travel.latin-america
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We've been to Costa Rica 5 times and drove around most of the country. Were
considering an all-inclusive there to just relax. A great little hotel we
love is Hotel Sugar Beach near Playa Flamingo, but it is so difficult to get
to and you must have a car!
Pura Vida,
G.
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We've been to CR 3 times, one of which we spent part of our ten days that
time at an All Inclusive--Blue Bay Papagayo. It is very prepackaged--most
of the activities centered around the pool. It was the only all inclusive
I've been to, and I probably wouldn't opt that route again. Most the
people that went there were American and Canadian and were content just to
lay around the pool reading paper back books and sunning themselves.
There were a few tours out of there, but since the resort is located in
Guanacaste, the trips out and back were long all day affairs. Guanacaste
reminded me a lot of Texas, where we are from, so we really enjoyed the
more tropical parts of CR for vacation. We preferred trekking out on our
own. CR is plenty cheap enough to cater to any budget plan. You can ride
the local buses to where you need to go that works out to be about a
dollar an hour, or you can arrange for private transportation. We did
both at different times. If you'd like to know more specifically of what
we saw and did with helpful telephone numbers, email me and I'll send the
info to you. In any case, have fun! Costa Rica is one of my favorite
destinations! Jane


"G&G" wrote in message
...
Any feedback or suggestions all-inclusive resorts in Costa Rica would
be appreciated.
Pura Vida,
G





 




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