Copacabana Hotel & Suites
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- Airport Transportation
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- 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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For the last three weeks we have been enjoying the sun in Jaco, Costa Rica. It's a small town of about 5000 people and has everything we could want or need. There are grocery stores, restaurants, nightlife, a movie theatre, a stage theatre, tours, medical care, and more! Our first three weeks have been relaxed, slow paced, and quite enjoyable. Jaco has some great restaurants and we've found some that we frequent often. From American owned restaurants, to sushi, ...
... assembly where they sing the national anthem and the salute to they flag and a few other songs, all in Spanish so I have no idea what is going on, but everyone is singing very enthusiastically. Now comes 6th grade. I am more like another student in this class, although I have now idea what everyone is saying. They did a test earlier in the week and the teacher is going through the answers with them. Some of these kids have really good English and ...
... take so long, is hit and miss and sometimes non existent. I think moving staff from their night time stations confuses them – I don’t know what Princess just doesn’t leave waiters at a permanent station so they know which tables they are serving regardless of who the passengers are. Anyway, I digress … again.
We finished our breakfast and went back to the cabin – I simply have to brush my teeth before I go ...
... boy right before we went home. Yup, I'm going to be a child photographer - it's what brought me happiness and everyone just has to follow their heart - so I will.
Carlos also brought us to the bridge overlooking the crocodiles. Thank God we were up high because they started moving and I definitely wouldn't have known what to do had I been closer.
Then at 11:30 (more like 11:45 since we got back to school late after photography class field ...
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