Garza Blanca Preserve, Resort & Spa
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Hot tub
- Outdoor pool
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It begins at 4:45am when I awake a half hour before my alarm was to go off. I need to be at the family compound by 6:30 with the bus leaving at 7 for Puerto Vallarta for my last two days. My return bus is reserved for Saturday 12:45pm since the family bus returns on Sunday, too late for my flight home. I checked out of my hotel here in Guadalajara last night and so, with one bag and my backpack, I go the front desk, arrange for my cab and off I go. It was nice staying at the Quinta ...
... Mayan for the next three weeks. We will miss the lively atmosphere of this town so may have to come in by cab a few times. We will have a kitchen so will do some meals but we love Mexican food so....... After our time at Mayan we will take the bus to Guadalahara for a few days, then bus to Leon. We will rent a car there to visit San Migel de Allende and some of the other interesting towns up ...
... two shrimp in it. We both had clam chowder soup which was great. Ann had salmon and shrimp wellington which was stacked high and good. Dave had a steak with shrimp. This was also good with the steak cooked to perfection.
After supper we got a movie and went back to our room to watch it. Unfortunately the remote did not work and the sound was bad so were looked on the TV and Ann found a vampire movie to watch while Dave just went to ...
But back to Nuevo. When you enter into Nuevo, all you see are signs that say Riviera Nayarit. Apparently, the town of Nuevo was in disagreement with the town of Puerto Vallarta because PV was upset that Nuevo was using the word "Vallarta" to market a "new" PV which was hurting Puerto Vallarta. Eventually they agreed to change their name and now the town goes by Riviera Nayarit (a remake of "Riviera Mayan"). Really this resort town (and it's mostly ALL ...
... to Guadalajara. We decided to get on with our original plan and started the 5 or 6-hour drive. Our short getaway was very relaxing; just what we all needed to take some tension away. Unfortunately, that didn’t last long. We arrived back home on Friday evening. Saturday morning, we were notified that the weather had changed and it was a perfect opportunity to get out of dodge and head WEST. We hopped on the band wagon and ...