10263Re: [CostaRicaLiving] Best place to search for rentals?
- Aug 3, 2002Hola:
Re rentals: if they are furnished, Tico Times.
Unfirnished: La Nacion
Best bet: find the area you're interested in, just walk it. Most people
advertise in the paper maybe just a weekend ($50 for a 3 line ad/ 3 days),
and then just hang a sign.
Let me know if I can elp, specially if you're interested in the Alajuela area.
At 08:49 AM 8/1/02 +0000, you wrote:
>As the subject line might imply, I'm looking for an online site
>where I can look for places to rent. I've searched the
>amcostarica.com and ticotimes.net websites and found a few ads, but
>there's got to be more places for rent than just the few places
>listed there. Can anyone recommend some good resources?
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She is sooooooo blonde that she thinks Taco Bell is the Mexican phone company.
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