Costa Rica Dental Team – Blog 2017-11-16T00:13:10+00:00

Visit the Katira Maze in Alajuela, Costa Rica and its Wonderful Topiary Garden

If you are a fan of labyrinths Costa Rica offers several options for you, one of them is the Katira Labyrinth in Guatuso, Alajuela, the country’s biggest circular maze. The Katira labyrinth or Rafa’s Maze, covers 3,000 square meters, and it’s a fun stop if you are in the area of Rio Celeste since is just 1 kilometer away. Traveling from San Jose, it’s about a 4-hour drive. The record in finding the way out of the maze is of 15 minutes. Read more here: http://bit.ly/2Mt925r Shared from: The Costa Rican Star

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Costa Rica’s can’t-miss coffee destinations

Finca Rosa Blanca sits less than 30 minutes from the airport.  That proximity is a key appeal of the hotel: guests can snooze in a lush landscape before or after an inconvenient flight without spending a night in San Jose. Read more here: https://usat.ly/2yKBais Shared from: USA Today

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Can too much exercise cause tooth decay? 

"To enjoy the glow of good health, you must exercise." So said Gene Tunney, an American boxer and world heavyweight champion between 1926 and 1928. He's not far off. Keeping physically active is crucial to leading a healthy life, and exercising regularly can reduce the risk of numerous physical and mental maladies. But it's not all rosy, because exercise, according to new research, can leave our teeth far from glowing. The study, published in the journal Community Dentistry and Oral Epidemiology, looked at more than 350 sportsmen and women from 11 professional and Olympic disciplines, including GB Cycling, GB Athletics, England Rugby, Reading FC and Team Sky. Read more here: http://bit.ly/2yQdcSQ Shared from: The Telegraph

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11 Ways to Save Money When Booking Travel

Booking flights, rental cars and hotels can add up quickly, but with a few simple tips you can save big when booking your next vacation. We asked a few travel experts how to travel luxuriously on the cheap. Earlier this year, Brian Kelly flew Singapore Airlines’ new first-class suite on its A380 airbus, taking off with a glass of Dom Pérignon and 50 square feet of legroom. The market rate for his flight from Sydney to Singapore was over $3,000. Mr. Kelly’s cost? “150,000 points and $72,” he said. “So while not the best redemption in terms of the value I got per point, the flight itself was one of my most memorable ever. It actually has both a seat and a bed.” Mr. Kelly is perhaps better known as The Points Guy, the guy with the website that tells you how to maximize your travel dollars. As founder and chief executive, Mr. Kelly knows a thing or two about traveling on the cheap, so we asked him and a handful of other experts for their best advice on how [...]

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