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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.
... fights of stairs, got the card which was under the room service tray, and returned to our group who will still optimistic about seeing those dolphins.
Sad faces confirm the fact that it's after 11 and we' re still on board. It wasn't until 11:20 that we hit ground and it was evident that the dolphin encounter was out. The tour cost would be refunded because of the time change but the opportunity to experience dolphins up close was gone. So Min wants to go ...
... only get to when the tide is low as you have to swim under a cove to get there. Got talking to a German and American guy from the boat who were both cool guys – turns out the Kraut was staying at the same hostel – just must’ve been hiding! Then as we got back on the boat to cruise round the islands and do some more snorkelling (the water was murky pap) they announced that the 2-3 hour return trip was an open bar all you can drink – well that ...
Surprsingly enough, post snooz, I took out and marked the lonely planet book toa point that it envoked fear and worry in Alina (as I'm the fully functioning individual that doesn't plan of the two). The only disappointment in flight however was forgetting to eat the lunch I had packed from the dinner before.
Unfortunately my mothering efforts were only good for jokes and laughter when I managed to smuggle roast veggies, squash and baked salmon into ...
... and cream sauce. This was OK as well, but again nothing I haven’t had better in other places. I finished with Lobster Ravioli which was nowhere near as good as the equivalent dish served at GW Finns in New Orleans. The bill came to 615 pesos – quite a lot by Mexican standards and not good value for money.
The guide for the food tour was waiting for me at Mole Rosa’s in Aquiles Serdan when I arrived at 11am. Her name is Lindsay, a ...