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    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Marina Pez Vela is hosting the single largest Super Bowl party on the Pacific coast.  Marina Pez Vela, located in the heart of the port town of Quepos, will be airing the Super Bowl match up between the New England Patriots and the Seattle Seahawks outdoors and on the big screen.
     
    Their big screen television measures more than 30 feet in length and 15 feet in height. It will have a live English feed, complete with all the infamous commercials during the big game.  
    There will be food specials at both restaurants, the Runaway Grill and Mercato del Porto, as well as booths selling chili dogs, popcorn, and other snacks.
    During the afternoon there are giveaways for kids and families, games  and a magical sunset just behind their enormous screen right at kick off!  
    Marina Pez Vela offers secure parking. They are expecting a turnout of about 1,000 people for the big game and a Super Bowl party unlike any other in all of Costa Rica.  
    You can get more information on the schedule of events at www.marinapezvela.com.

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