Villa Mercedes Petit Hotel
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... long pants for the entire trip. We all had a good chuckle.
No, the bump in the road, so to speak, came when we were attempting to pick up our cheaper than dirt rental car – can you believe it – only $4 a day! Oh, but the fine print said you had to have collision insurance and that your credit card rental collision didn’t cover Mexico. Ok, we got the collision for another $15 a day. But when we got to the counter we ...
... a cab that took us to the old town for
US$12.00. In Puerto Vallarta, taxi fares between zones are posted on
a big bulletin board at the dock. The posting of fares is written
in Mexican pesos and the equivalent in US Dollars on a per zone
basis. There is a central square called Plaza de Armas,
where a Star bucks coffee bar attracts locals and tourists alike for
both coffee and wii-fi. The town is full of colonial architecture.
One of ...
... would be open, so our first stop was Souriana, a grocery store near the dock. I know, I know - who goes to grocery stores on vacation? Well, we love grocery stores, and try to get to one in every port. We bought packages of dried peppers, and a Chilean wine. (The wine was a Cabernet, called 120. Very good).
After that, we took a cab to Old Town, where we checked out a couple of hotels that looked interesting. Maybe one day in the ...
... boy...the especially requested chocolate cake is cooling on the rack waiting for the especially requested gooey chocolate frosting, to be enjoyed after we get back from his birthday dinner. At Eva's Brickhouse we will sit and watch the sun set over the harbour while the dogs play on the beach and both of us will gourge on the tastiest shrimp and pasta dish this side of the border. All this accompanied ...
... is made from a plant that looks quite like Aloe Vera, but is called Agave, blue agave makes the most prized Tequila, and only Tequila that is made in Mexico can be called Tequila! Tennessee Williams’ Night of the Iguana was filmed here in 1962, and from that time it has increased in popularity as a tourist ...