Bellevue Hotel

5 Southern Foreshore, Belize City, Belize District, Belize | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 5 Southern Foreshore, Belize City, is near Belize Cave Tubing, cave-tubing.com, Explore Belize Caves, and X-Stream Cave Tubing.
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    Travel Blogs from Belize City

    Belize City

    A travel blog entry by dannyleonisrael on Jul 24, 2014

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    ... the capital for a couple of nights. My driver was a rastafarian who was playing a very good track on the radio by a local group called lucky doobie, and sounded great. At the hotel, I negotiated the price down to B$65 with air con from B$70 and plonked my stuff down in the room. Then I went to an ATM, which was by a casino and had two guards there, bought some refreshments and showered. I met Carlos, the maintenance guy who I ...

    Spicy Water

    A travel blog entry by qbrown on May 28, 2014

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    ... I learned that the $1 bus stops in front of the hotel. No sign or markings just stand by the gate and wait. It should come every 30-45min; there's no schedule. Also since most of the locals so far speak Kriol (which sounds like broken french) my limited spanish has not come in hand yet. On my way back home, I ran into a few stray dogs. No bites, no worries. Back in my warm home with my spicy water, safe and sound.
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    Amazing Rasta Belize

    A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Mar 18, 2014

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    Wow where to start, Belize is about as far from what we imagined as possible, it's like one of the Caribbean islands got lost and crashed into Latin America. It was a British colony until 1981, still has the queen on the money, has the same holidays as England & English is the main language which is really funny as Zoe complemented our bus driver from the Mexican border to Belize city on how good his English was, he was perplexed as that is his ...

    Caye Caulker, days 2-6

    A travel blog entry by eaawright on Aug 05, 2013

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    ... room (immoveable twin beds--oh well), we walked out and were greeted by one of many of our new Rasta friends, Gilbert. He recommended a place just 2 doors down called Bambooze. Kevin ordered nachos, which had "nacho" canned cheese all over it, which wasn't what we were expecting, but was a good heads up for how we would order the rest of the time on the island. We continued to explore the entire island (which you can easily do in one stroll up and down the strip--it's about ...

    Around the Forest- of Maya and Men

    A travel blog entry by chaletaria on Jul 28, 2013

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    ... believed in a 3-plane of existence (Heavens, Earth, Underworld). The heavens were “ruled” by the Sun God Kinich Ahau (yes, lots of rulers incorporated this in their names) with Itzamna, the elder Sky God. The Underworld (linked with caves, hence the pottery and sacrifices in Barton Creek, Chechem Ha and other) was in the control of the gods of death and decay, including one still called God L (name unknown). A corn god, usually a young man, was a central part ...