Wednesday 29 March 2023

Enjoy Turkey Day (American Thanksgiving) On the Beach

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QCOSTARICA – Turkey day (American Thanksgiving) is here and what better way than to spend it on the beach, at Costa Rica’s Central Pacific beach town of Jaco, and with a full turkey dinner.

Join me on Thursday to enjoy a full U.S. holiday at the Copacabana Desire beach front hotel.

The kitchen staff at the Copacabana are preparing a turkey dinner with all the stuffing, cranberry sauce, sweet mashed potatoes, steamed vegetables, apple pie, pumpkin pie and a glass of wine for US$35 per person.

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Sit and enjoy your dinner in the dining room, or the patio overlooking the ocean. Or maybe you prefer the pool side patio or bar. For those feeling adventurous there is the no-clothing pool and  jacuzzi.

In Costa Rica call 2643 3131 or 2463 1005 to make your reservation by phone. If out of the country, reserve at 1-866-436-9399 (the call is FREE) or by email.   Visit the Copocabana Desire hotel website here.

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