Costa Rica Guesthouse
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Multilingual staff
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCosta Rica Guesthouse San Jose
Nice place with free bfast but a bit expensive. US35 for a double room with shared bathroom.
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... To kill some time, Carolyn and I walked across the street to visit a mall as there was nothing else to see in this area. As dinner came to a close we knew that this would be the last time in all likelihood that we would see one another. These were people we shared this adventure with, who became our friends and family for 8 days. Email addresses will be shared, but it's hard to say goodbye. It was a great group, as everyone was punctual and very ...
... is at an altitude of 2500 Mts. A hike of around a mile will take you to next point in the national park called as Blue lagoon. Hike is steep at some parts but not much. There is natural rainwater water reservoir in the middle of mountains which looked spectacular. The water was
blue in color and if lucky you can see some beautiful birds. The key to enjoy beauty of this place is to go early in the morning and non cloudy day. May to July is considered as rainy ...
... i use it for all the accomodation i book and that i liked his set up here and that i would be giving him a good review on Trip Adviser. Later as i was lying on a lounger i thought "i wonder if that room is available and how much to upgrade to it as a surprise" so while jean is giving it zzzz's on the lounger i go and ask the guy who is now at reception. he tells me we can have it tonight but it is taken after that but he will let ...
... are off on their own so it's just the two of us. Dinner was delicious but there was way too much food. I explained that I don't need that much to eat but she hasn't really cut back.
Thursday was my first day at the Costa Rican Language Academy. My host mom accompanied me to show me how to take the bus to school. I was pleased to discover that I had been placed in a class designed for those who are fine writing in Spanish but need to work on ...