Apartotel La Sabana
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
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TravelPod Member ReviewsApartotel La Sabana San Jose
This is a great place, I have stayed here numerous times and feel like it is home. Great, no... amazing breakfasts here!
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A good, long but easy enough trip, with a lot of turbulence and rain... but here we are waiting for our ride to Limón for the conference.
Its good here or as the Ticos say ˇPura vida!
... very beautiful Botos Lake. When we came back down the trail to the first crater, the fog had lifted a bit and we were able to see the crater.
Last stop was La Paz Waterfall and Wildlife Rescue and Refuge Centre an lunch. This is a lush 70 acre park set in the rain forest. It is home to about 20 species of humming birds. I even had one land on my finger as I was taking a picture. I just stood as sill as possible as he ...
... the other in beige. Just learn to love the beige and browns whilst here that's what I say!
It's strange how things seem so very different when your mind is clearer and you have a better understanding of the place you're in. This time when I went in I smiled and was like yes- this is good. And the balcony with the view- How could I not remember that? Although it was exactly the same as the first time, in comparison to ...
... building. Carlos said that a woman at the local Channel 6 has been asking him to do an interview and explain his recipe and what he does differently. He is nervous to do this just yet as he does not have copyrights to his recipes, and he does not want other people stealing them and upping his competition. Right now, he is able to produce dried fruit that is much more affordable than his competitors, so keeping it that way is definitely most desirable. His lawyer keeps very ...
... hero of Costa Rica, Juan Mora Fernandez who was the first prime minister and personally brought over the first printing press. Surprisingly, San José was the third city in the world to have electricity (New York first, Paris second). San José is also the home to the Red-crowned parakeet, a vibrant green bird with bright red feathers on its head that intermingles with pigeons in the local square and atop historical monuments. The ...