Costa Brava Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
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... last fall washed out at least 4 bridges which were now under construction. We had already decided that we wanted to drive to Puerto Vallarta a few days ahead of the caravan to give us time to explore the city - the caravan plans were to spend only one day in the city and we thought we would like more time. So we quickly packed up and left with one other rig. It was a lovely drive. We will wait for the storm while enjoying a week in Puerto Vallarta!
From the Ship's Log: "Despite a rather brief history as a Mexican Riviera resort destination, the local community has remained true to its roots without succumbing to mainstream franchise-ridden touristy malceovers. Instead, Manzanillo does a fine job of maintaining its lush tropical geography and pueblo-like vibrantly coloured houses cascading down its verdant hillsides. The local vibe is alive at the town's waterfront "zocalo" where the city's ...
Many of you know George and I have been camping and RVing for years. Our first rig was a yellow VW Thing with a Coleman tent and all the accessories Coleman had to make your trip enjoyable. Coleman Lantern, Coleman Stove ... ... ... We mostly traveled around the Ozark and Ouachita Mountains of Western Arkansas, Northern Arkansas ...
... br> On Tuesday we dropped Joan off at the airport then continued our journey along the Michoacan
coast to Zapote de Tizupan where we spent 2 nights. We were the only campers in a kind of eco campsite with campsites, cabanas, restaurant and a pool which was not in use. While it had
been a fairly busy place in the past the last couple of years there has not been much traffic. As a result we were the only people of this beautiful beach as you can see ...
... us and had some nice conversations with. Lulu shared her vocal talents with one of the neighbors who had set up his loudspeaker and played ranchero, mariachi and raegaton music most of the day. Most people we met were from Guadalajara, some were from just in-land from here, and others were Mexicans living in the U.S. Not one gringo RVer came through here this week.
I don’t think I would want to go through this experience again. It is not because ...