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What to do in San Jose Costa Rica?

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We are leaving at 6 a.m. from SJ airport. So we thought we would go up for a day if there was a lot to do in the area? We can either go on Sunday and depart Tuesday. Or Monday and I suppose just do a nice dinner.

Suggestions of where to stay?
Where to eat?
What to see?

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