Hotel Villa Del Mar

Address: Francisco I. Madero #440 Col. E. Zapata, Puerto Vallarta, Pacific Coast, 48380, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Francisco I. Madero #440 Col. E. Zapata, Puerto Vallarta, is near Puerto Vallarta Botanical Gardens, Lucy's CuCu Cabana & Zoo, Gallery's Dante, and Isla Cuale.
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      It's all fun and games until...

      A travel blog entry by laurapoff on Jan 06, 2015

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      ... and discussions over trivial knowledge), and on many occasions bartered some great deals scoring some sterling silver jewelry and heavy Mexican blankets.  I'm not saying anything negative about the blankets because they are quite warm but I will ask this, "Exactly how many pastel heavy Mexican blankets with the Mexican Flag does one REALLY need?"  (The answer, my friend, is apparently four) Tequila may or may not have been involved in the bartering ...

      Puerto Vallarta Super Styling and Rancho Relaxing

      A travel blog entry by markjezek on Jan 18, 2014

      1 comment, 34 photos

      ... bedroom - including day bed, full kitchen, bathroom, the largest walk-in-wallrobe you could have imagined in a rental apartment (you could have fitted a day bed in there also…. and not to mention the largest living area - again with two day beds - that leads directly out to the pool. No this is not your average B&B at all… loved it! So this pool that I spoke of, it became exclusively for the use of Amanda and I as the rest of the tenants rarely (if not at all) ...

      The Day of the Dead

      A travel blog entry by thelees on Nov 02, 2011

      3 photos

      ... to passed infants and children or "Little Angels". They gather their family and friends to pray for their deceased at dedicated altars and hold vigils- at their house or at the cemetery.

      But in Sayulita the altars are displayed in the plaza in the town centre. It was interesting to see the goings-on and to get a closer look - candle-lit photos of the deceased surrounded by their favourite foods and clothing items, letters to ...

      Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

      A travel blog entry by i.d.k. on Sep 28, 2011

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      ... had soaked the town and they had over 10 inches of rain the previous evening.

      On the way to the first tequila factory (which was a very short drive away from the port) we drove by a local prison. It is called a “Rehabilitation Center” on the sign outside and according to our guide, there is a difference in Mexico between a prison and a “rehab” center. He said rehabilitation centers do not cost the taxpayers ...

      Into the jungle

      A travel blog entry by ruthperelstein on Oct 12, 2010

      9 photos

      ... of the chairs had an unnatural slat to the back of the seat. They were tied together with that scratchy yellow rope, a very Mexican solution I thought. So eventually we get on the road to old town PV. First stop is a jewelry factory where we are encouraged to buy Mexican sliver. Of course, there are margaritas available to start the day. I opted for water and skipped the tour of the ...