Belen Suites Bed & Breakfast

Address: San Antonio De Belen, Province of Heredia, Costa Rica | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from San Antonio De Belen

To town

A travel blog entry by marksmb on Jun 13, 2014

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... outside of the hotel or eating at the hotel restaurant. I prefer the cafe outside but it is a little bit of a trek...often through flooded sidewalks. Tonight students will pack for our weekend excursion to Arenal...suitcases are not coming. So that will be a little bit of a challenge for some! But this group is awesome so I know they will do ...

Exploring San Jose

A travel blog entry by joshtollman on Jun 02, 2014

... of architecture and shops/food markets. Went to this amazing sweet shop. We then went bad as it was raining and played cards and cleaned up. We then had dinner on the balcony overlooking the city and plaid Skip Do and headed to bed for an early night. 3:30 wake up ...

March 14, 2014

A travel blog entry by jeb2729 on Mar 14, 2014

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... if you travel alone). Soon all our luggage was piled on top of a mini bus and we were off on our first adventure. It was about 70 degrees and warming up quickly. We headed north west out of San Jose and visited a hardwood factory, Senor Y Senora, where they make lovely jewelry and other things from the wood. We enjoyed our first taste of gardens and birds as the area was wonderfully natural. Yes I bought a small necklace of flat wood beads of ...

Welcome to the Jungle

A travel blog entry by rhea_ on Jul 17, 2013

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... to understand. One of the most interesting points was that when the Spanish came over to Central America, they found that the most precious thing to the locals wasn´t gold or treasures, but chocolate. In discovering chocolate, the Spanish decided to take the cacao over to Africa to plant, where it acclimatized very well. This is the reason that now, today, Africa is the world's largest chocolate exporter and Latin America sells very little in comparison. Jearo ...

Poas Volcano

A travel blog entry by tlvice on Mar 13, 2013

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... I was struck with the road construction. In many places it literally sliced right through the mountain side. The very steep sides that were created as a result were not reinforced at all. Because of that, Eddie informed us that mudslides happen frequently when there are periods of prolonged rain showers.

About 300 meters from the coffee plantation we passed "Juan Dolar" on the side of the road. He was ...