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Topic: lodging
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Topic: lodging
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Gabe

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lodging

Where exactly do I want to stay in Costa Rica, Ive been once before and stayed in Tamarindo but it sucked i was thinking of stayin in Jaco, i need a centrally located place where i can drive to all the surf spots but still have a surf spot directly infornt of my house.... Any ideas?



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Marco

RE: lodging

Hi,

Last year I went to Esterillos Oeste and have been staying in a little but confortable hotel in front of the playa, about 80 yardes from the bus stop. It's the hotel of some Italian friends of mine. The name is La Dolce Vita. If you are two person you will spend between 20 and 25$ per day. You go out of the room and you are on the beach. It's 20 minutes from Jaco.
Ciao
Marco

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