Courtyard Marriott San Jose Escazu
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Treystravels stayed here on Mar 20, 2011 during their trip titled: Trey in Seatlle, Washington.
Our last day began with some slightly squished muffins from the Auto Mercado in San Jose that we bought yesterday. Actually, the 3 chocolate chip muffins were in good shape, but they seemed to have given the one blueberry muffin quite a beat down in the pastry bag.
Mom did a little reading about the area of San Jose that we are in. …
Breakfast is $15/person at the Marriott, so we walked across the street to a strip mall and found a shop called "teapot" to desayunar (eat breakfast). Kate and Alex got waffles with fresh fruit. Josh ordered an omlette and Mom got a croissant with ham and cheese. When the food arrived Josh found that the kitchen had filled his breakfast with Josh …
Mainor arrived about 10am to take us to San Jose for the last few days of our trip. As we drove back over the mountains to get to the Central Valley Mainor pointed out places where Ticos like to buy cheese and they place where he and his family went for New Year's Eve. He says there are many places up above the Central Valley where you can look …
We planned to wake up early the morning of November 28th, drive from Dominical to San Jose, return our rental car at the San Jose airport, and then catch a bus from San Jose to Bocas Del Toro, Panama (since all of the flights between the cities were sold out). That was the plan. And we executed it pretty well. Until we got to San Jose. And I couldn …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCourtyard Marriott San Jose Escazu
This Marriott is fine. It's clean and comfortable. We found it annoying that they breakfast is quite expensive ($15/head) when they are usually free or reasonably priced at other members of the chain. Also, a nitpicky thing: they change the wifi password daily so you have to stop at the desk everyday and get a new one. Really? Is wifi that precious?
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