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Costa Rica store tour - with lots of photos

The Arenas store at the
The Arenas store at the Multiplaza Escazu in San Jose, Costa Rica. For more details about the stores, see the Costa Rica store tour story. All photos by Shelby Stanger.
By Shelby Stanger
June 02, 2010 7:30 AM

In Part II of our Costa Rica report, Shelby Stanger visits several stores in different areas of the country to get a feeling of what is happening on the ground there.

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