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TravelPod Member ReviewsVallarta Torre Puerto Vallarta
The Vallarta Torre resort is one of the original PVR resorts with a quaint garden entrance. It has a nice pool and palapa bar which leads out to the pacific. A great way to prepare for retirement.
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We started our vacation in Puerto Vallarta. This was a practice run for retirement. Hurricane Norberto was in Cabo which made for huge waves in PVR. Because PVR is on the bay of Banderas it's protected from the really violent storms.
... version of Godzilla but I have, for 23 years, slept with one eye open because I know he is planning his revenge. Highlight # 2: While lounging on the beach we found great entertainment in ushering over every beach peddler to see their goods. We would argue the merits of their merchandise being peddled as "cheaper than K-Mart" and "the real McCoy", had a great debate over the origins of the phrase, "the real McCoy", (which would be the first of many ...
... very structured, full of tourists. This smallish town of some 200,000 people is situated directly next to the ocean but doesn’t have the most inviting beach I’ve ever seen - Malua Bay or any other South Coast beach wins hands down by a long shot.
Whilst very commercial along the main drag called “The Malicon” we could gain easy access to restaurants, bars, shops, convenience shops and cigar vendors - what more could you need? The only issued faced ...
The next day I was back down the beach reading my new book, Dan Brown's 'Inferno'. The one book I wanted to read on this trip and I found it on the free bookshelf at Seaside Hostel in Hawaii, result. Guillermo also told me about a bar ...
... if you like good tequila and/or you like margaritas, go to Wal-Mart in Mexico!
We got back to our room and stayed inside… it was hottttt outside and we had already walked to Wal-Mart in the blazing sun. Stepping on the boat was like stepping into a freezer, it felt that cold! It also felt wonderful!
So, to wrap-up today... The Tequila Factories tour was AWESOME!! LUVED IT!! I liked our day in Puerto Vallarta!