www.TravelCostaRicaNow.com La Fortuna is known for the Arenal Volcano, but it is also known for it's Hot Springs. There's Tabacon Hot Springs, Baldi Hot Springs, Eco Termales and also this hot springs, Los Laureles. D'Angelo and myself, along with our friend Christopher spent the afternoon at Los Laureles. This hot springs was definitely done in more traditional, Tico-style way; which is basic, adequate and practical. Los Laureles was designed to give Tico families and friends a place to hang-out and unwind after a long work week. There is no comparison between Los Laureles, Baldi and Tabacon, but that said, this hot springs with its .50 admission price, just may be a great option for backpackers and travelers on a budget. Check out this video and get an overview of Los Laureles hot springs in La Fortuna. Formore helpful travel information on Costa Rica make sure you check out our website and our blog. Our Travel Tip Website- http michael alan's blog - www.DoingCostaRica.blogspot.com Our pictures from around Costa Rica - www.flickr.com Our Gay Travel Tip Webpage - travelcostaricanow.com michael alan's gay blog - www.DoinGayCostaRica.blogspot.com
・Hyogo Tourism Association：www.hyogo-tourism.jp ・Kinosaki Tourist Association：www.kinosaki-hotsprings.com ・P-CUBE：www.pcube.co.jp ・Clara De Gobert I was born in France and studied Japanese at Louise de Marillac High School in Paris. I've been in Japan for 6 months studying at Kansai Kokusai Gakuin. Since I was 15, I've been interested in the fashion, food, cameras, culture, art and underground culture of Japan and really wanted to come here. I've especially enjoyed seeing the beautiful and interesting cities of Kobe and Kyoto. ・劉 夢莎(ASA) I'm from China. My mother studied translating in Japan and, through that influence, I also became interested in the country. I first came to Japan as an exchange student in my first year of university. I'm currently studying marketing at Kansai Gakuin University. I absolutely love the Kansai region. The people are friendly and interesting. The food in Kansai is also very delicious; Kobe beef, Osaka takoyaki, the ramen in Wakayama but to name a few.