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

      Places where it's at!

      A travel blog entry by nico0064 on May 29, 2013

      ... other choice. Definitely would recommend booking some where to stay over this busy time. 2nd night- Hotel Garcia off Calle Santander. $220 for a private room with two single beds. The room was clean and nice to stay in. The door had a padlock on the outside which was good when you weren't there. However, when sleeping inside the door didn't really lock properly. San Marcus- Hostel San Marcus. Dorm room was nice. It was a bottom level of a house so had our own bathroom. Beds ...

      Arrival in Puerto Vallarta

      A travel blog entry by claudetheriault on Mar 23, 2013

      ... home in Bucerias (small town about 15-20 mins from Puerto Vallarta) so that they would pick up stuff such as swimsuits and food. Afterwards, an essential stop to the grocery store to buy food! Finally, before going home, and to bed, a small tour of Puerto Vallarta: the marina, the main street and the downtown with its pedestrian areas, its bars, its ...

      Never Say Never

      A travel blog entry by tnaworldtour on Feb 16, 2013

      1 comment, 22 photos

      ... love shared not just between Adam and me, but to also honor the love shared between us and our friends and families. Everything we did for this wedding was out of affection and appreciation for the people that have been a part of our lives in one fashion or another. We tossed aside typical wedding traditions (no wedding favors, sans bouquet toss) in favor of things we knew would be a hit with our guests (jet skis, lighting of Chinese lanterns ...

      Two weeks in paradise

      A travel blog entry by wmaxtman on Feb 04, 2012

      1 comment, 46 photos

      ... at one of their favorite restaurants. They also took us to a couple stores where I could look for some Mexican oilcloth for Kristin. She uses it make bags and has a hard time finding prints that aren't big flowers. We had the same problem but I found a couple that had fruit instead of flowers and another that was a geometric design of some sort. Rigoberta wants us to go on vacation with them for a week to visit his parents the next time we travel to Mexico. That would ...

      Disaster to Paradise

      A travel blog entry by aircor on Mar 13, 2011


      ... in a big wicker basket on our granite topped island. We start each day with a grapefruit and after my morning workout in the pool we have a coffee and tea by the pool, and enjoy a breakfast of star fruit, pineapple, passion fruit, banana, and whatever other strange fruit, along with yogurt and granola. Christ you would think I would be shrinking away. During the day we will open a tangerine, the size of a grapefruit, and enjoy its freshness, **** I am going to miss this as much ...