Condo Casa Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCondo Casa Inn San Jose
Very nice and quiet hostel.
I can definitely recommend it to anyone who wants inexpensive accommodations. It is safe, has a kitchen with washing mashine that is shared with other tenants, but when I was there, I was the only occupant, so I had the entire apartement to myself.
I will stay there again.
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Today we woke up at 7:00am and packed up all our stuff and headed down to catch our taxi. Of course there was no taxi waiting for us AND we had paid in advance. But the only thing giving us hope was that we paid with a professional agency so we were hoping they wouldn't rip us off. We walked down to the agency and it was closed of course and then finally this man comes to tell us that the taxi is coming but he had to take a ...
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