Comfort Inn Puerto Vallarta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Vallarta
... br> We were driven a few miles then got off the bus and visited the square. There is a huge statue of a seahorse with a statue of a person riding the seahorse waving his hand, a welcome gesture. From there we walked to the church, small, and like most Catholic churches, lots of murals.
We rode along the country side up to the base of the jungle. From there we went to a tequila distillery and learned about ...
and from there we went to the small market near the dock. It was
filled with all kinds of vendors selling silver trinkets, pottery,
leather, and woven goods. There were lots of charming things to look
The entrance to the port now had become crowded. Bus loads of ship passengers were now being dropped off from their day tours. Local people sat and stared,
waiting for the sun to set. The cloud was a deep purple haze and ...
... guards were telling people not to go out past the breakers (past the white water). We talked with a fellow from California, who surfed and was teaching a younger man, maybe his son how to get through the waves. All of a sudden two jet skis came to the area. They got the attention of the life guard and dropped a sea turtle into the water. The life guard grabbed his fins and went out into the surf to save this turtle. He brought it in ...
... okay to wait.
To our pleasant suprise, Theresa and I were two of only 4 people left, another couple we later found out was from Los Angeles also got left behind. Shortly after, our driver Andres came and got us and ushered us to a small white van. We struck lucky and ended up being on a small tour group of only 5 people including Theresa and I and we were on our way into Puerto Vallarta with our "private" driver.
Our first stop, Puerto Vallarta. ...
... took touched larger cities like Los Mochis only briefly, and didn't go through Chihuahua at all.
Don't be afraid of the red travel alert that's showing up on tripadvisor when you look up some of the places we stayed.
All opinions I can give will be biased, as I live in this country and love it.
However - here's some links for more research:
Seattle Times - ...