Villa Olivia

Address: Amapas 329, Puerto Vallarta, Pacific Coast, 48380, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Amapas 329, Puerto Vallarta, is near Canopy & Outdoor Adventures, Vallarta Zoo, Olas Altas, and Bora Bora.
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      Travel Blogs from Puerto Vallarta

      She Doesn't Need 28 Glow Sticks...

      A travel blog entry by journeyjoy on Feb 18, 2014

      4 photos

      I woke up at 6am to be at the theatre by 6:45am to help usher passengers into their color-coded tour groups. Once I was done, I led my tour group down to the gangway, got my laminex scanned by security, and was on my way off the gangway stairs when I heard the security guard yelling for me. I went back to see what the deal was and he asked if I had a tour and I said yes and showed him my ticket. He asked me to step aside and he called someone else to come down and talk to ...

      Second Port Stop - Puerto Vallarta

      A travel blog entry by gilmer on Oct 30, 2013

      292 photos

      I started the day off with my morning walk around deck 13, proceeded to get Joanne and myself breakfast and then proceeded to get ready for our excursion for the day.

      Once again, we took a tour with NCL which was described as follows:

      Jeep Safari & Beach Adventure - Climb aboard your open air Jeep and set out on an adventure to explore the scenic countryside of Puerto Vallarta. Your guide will lead you caravan style up the Sierra Madre Mountains passing little ...

      Sunrise 1: Alina, Sara, Dave, Karina are team!

      A travel blog entry by karinakr on Dec 09, 2012

      24 photos

      ... gas pedal on their green light. In addition to risky turns, roads at the fork-off unexpectedly, forcing you to swerve back into traffic, all while a car can be turning towards you from the returno lane. Stop signs are often not seen, and if they are it is only by tourist drivers.
      In towns, roads are all made of cobble stones, which as expected would bobble the shpenoozal out of your head. It didn't take long to get used to it, however sore the feet became, it was a ...

      Puerto Vallarta

      A travel blog entry by kstubbs97 on Dec 29, 2011

      1 comment, 87 photos

      ... to delete most of my photos last night – not a big deal as I’ve already posted them on Travelpod – but I spent the last hour retaking some of the shots of the hotel and the cathedral that I took yesterday. I also walked up the steps at the end of Zarazoga, called "Gringo Alley" due to the number of Americans who moved here during the 50’s & 60’s – Liz and Dick included. I found Casa Kimberley (the house Burton bought for Taylor) which is ...

      Tracking GatoGo across the Pacific

      A travel blog entry by gatogo on Apr 08, 2011


      ... land, the seasonal cycle is more subtle, as the convection is constrained by the distribution of ocean temperatures. Sometimes as is the case right now, a double ITCZ forms, with one located north and another south of the equator. When this occurs, a narrow ridge of high pressure forms between the two convergence zones, one of which is usually stronger than the other.