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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.
Leaving Minnesota at 4 degrees was painful....wearing short sleeves, capris and sandals! At the Humphrey terminal, the Sun Country marquee noted the temperature in Puerto Vallarta as 64....and when we boarded just two hours later it read 77 above zero! We sailed through Immigration with about 400 other souls ( yes, I am being a bit snarky!)! Then popped into Baggagw Claim to get our suitcases and each scored a Green Light at Customs, so were on our ...
... checked out and the road there was a crazy, twisting road. No way could I ride that with a bad rim and almost flat tire. So I paid 400 pesos (about $35) and watched them heat and hammer the rim into something resembling its original shape. Good to go! Off to Guadalajara and then a Monarch butterfly sanctuary in the state of Mexico.
Usual issues uploading pics so I will give you the links to my picasa PV albums. There are some nice shots of the very pretty ...
... My first week in Mexico got off to a disastrous start, followed by a nice chilled few days on the beach, and then a weekend of partying. Guillermo and the guys at Oasis made it all the more better, and Puerto Vallarta turned out to be a pretty awesome place. Adios PV! ...
... stream. There we'd chat, laugh, sunbathe, sip tequila ;) and plan our nights out. Ah, good times with Sweet Anne!
Playa de Los Muertos / Beach of the Dead - we'd often go here around sunset. It's past the colourful little cemetery, away from the vendors and surfers. A lovely little strip of beach perfect for swimming and sunbathing in peace.
Patzcuaro beach - a 25 minute hike along a jeep track and through the jungle. Leo & Suzanne shared this little piece ...