Copacabana Hotel & Suites
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCopacabana Hotel & Suites Jaco
not clean,the pool was merky,the rooms smelled,and the owner was classless
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Travel Blogs from Jaco
Our final day in Costa Rica was spent at Punta Leona, a
resort community on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica. There were many wonderful
things about going here instead of heading all the way to Manuel Antonio
National Park. First, the bus ride was only an hour and 20 minutes. Second,
there were both beach and pool options for enjoying the sun. Third, there were
amazing margaritas available as well as full service restaurants and ...
... were planted there purposely for the tourists to see. We have a 1' x 1' laminated reference card to check the names of the birds in three languages.
"No 23, it's a bleu heron," I volunteered after spotting a heron. "Not that one, it's French," the guide replied referring to my card. "It's okay, I'm from Canada, we're supposed to parlez vouz Francais!" I replied.
The Taracoles River is part of a National park rich in flora and fauna. Soon we saw ...
... of days so this is a big change of pace for us.
Jaco (pronounced 'haco'- j sounds like h, e sounds like a, z sounds like s, v sounds like b, etc etc- the "v sounds like b rule" has largely rechristened me as Bic or BBB- Big Bad Bic) has a large American ex-pat community along with a plethora of tour offices and souvenir shops, so it's not exactly an authentic Costa Rican experience but it has the infrastructure we're looking for. In addition to ...
... that left them slaves to an unapologetic open market, then government that (in many campesinos' eyes) essentially capitalised on their downfall. Meeting the locals, it is clear coffee is crucial to these people's livelihoods. Broke, homeless and hungry after Brazil and Vietnam took hold of the global coffee industry with massive yields and low market rates, whole farming communities were unable to pay back crippling government loans on equipment and land taxes, let ...
... in the mid 80's. The trip to Tortuga took around an hour and a half I had no watch so just a guess.
The island plays host to at least three other companies with each having their own private areas with outdoor bar and kitchens. When we got there the area was simple picnic tables under some trees. When we got back from snorkeling it had transformed into a tropical dinning room complete with linen table cloths and napkins ready for ...