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Valentine’s Day, or el Día del Amor y la Amistad in Costa Rica, is right around the corner – and as usual, a wide range of hotels and restaurants are offering special meals and desserts for the occasion. If you haven’t yet prepared plans, here are our top picks for places to visit around the country. […]
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From dining to theater to live music, San José offers a variety of options for a Valentine’s Day on the town this year.
If you have ever walked through a San José park, you have probably seen people making out in a San José park. Or you have at least seen people cuddling in a suspiciously postcoital way.
There is a beauty parlor in San José where lonely hearts go.
Florists complain that higher wholesale costs of roses and other flowers are harming their business, despite the importance of Valentine’s Day for their sales.
Valentine’s Day falls on a Friday this year, and many local tourism businesses are offering discounts on hotels, local flights, one-day tours and romantic dinners.
Honduran lawmaker Augusto Cruz Asensio proposed a bill that would reward couples for staying together for 45 years, according to Honduras’ El Heraldo. On Wednesday, Asensio discussed the proposal that would give long-time couples a one-time bonus of 50,000 lempiras (or $2,500).