Copacabana Hotel & Suites
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
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
... at just one of their plants here in C.R.
The Costa Rican government is on the leading edge in terms of many things here, things that include:
- 25% of the entire country is environmentally PROTECTED, more than any other country in the world;
· There is a 96.3% literacy rate here in C.R. – One of the highest in the ...
... lost on the way to try to find the starting point. We had told Augusto that and he told us his family does the hike every Sunday, so when we saw him that Sunday afternoon, he invited us to join them. The hike up the mountain took only about an hour and along the way we got to know Augusto and his family better. He's from Peru initially and left the country by himself during a period of terror in the 1990s. He knew no english, had no money, ...
... monkeys -- the leader is the alpha male with several females in tow and they live about 30-35 years. Back on the bus we head to a pontoon boat to take us along the Corobici River where we saw 1 crocodile, some scarlet macaws, white ibis and their young, and swallows. it is so hot and humid that the animals and birds seemed to seek shelter from the heat as well.
On the way back to the ship the bus driver stopped to pick some cashews (they look like a ...
... trumpo in the middle of the gazebo.
When Aleksandra and I got back to school after photography, we went to the fruterias to buy vegetables for our pasta salad that were making for tonight's potluck. Then, we went separate ways and she went into town to make arrangements for her trip to Montezuma this weekend. The smaller supermarket did not have the salad dressing that I wanted, so I had to make my trek to the bigger supermarket in ...
... in Esterillos and the smaller surrounding towns are so friendly. Not as much the Ticos in Jaco where the mobs of tourists are. I don't blame them. I want to run away from the loud, gaudiness of some of the Gringos too!
Having travelled to several different countries (and still counting!), I'm learning more about what's important to me in either a travel destination or a foreign place to live. Of course everyone's list of must have's and ...