Comfort Inn Puerto Vallarta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 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 ...
... It seemed strange. The restaurant was dark where they sat us so Ann was given a flashlight so she could read the menu. Ann had bruschetta, farfalle and a veal dish; for dessert had a chocolate volcano cake. Dave had calamari dish, a sea food linguini and a chicken stuffed with shrimp. The food was not the best that we have had.
After eating we went back to our room to sleep. It seems that we need to sleep a lot, must be all of the ...
... was a kid and didn't know all the **** and politics that now goes on in the Catholic church. I wish we could have stayed for the entire mass.
From there we walked towards the Plaza. We had a great tour guide and he sweet talked the guard at City Hall to let us in so we could check it out. He showed us this great mural painted by a local citizen that depicts their history, past and present.
He pointed out the Malecon and we were back on our way in ...
After the long goodbyes to everyone we
met in Melaque we finally pulled out of the camp site, it may have
been noon. 30 minutes later we were at La Manzanilla, and it was not
possible to go any further. The beach was great, camping very good,
(that means clean flush toilets) and we are right close to town. It
would be criminal to go any further.
We checked out a crocodile viewing
area. There's a lagoon, with a fence that would not keep Kona, put