Hotel Yazmin

Address: 168 Basilio Badillo, Puerto Vallarta, Pacific Coast, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 168 Basilio Badillo, Puerto Vallarta, is near Puerto Vallarta Botanical Gardens, Lucy's CuCu Cabana & Zoo, Gallery's Dante, and Wild Vallarta.
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      Travel Blogs from Puerto Vallarta

      It's all fun and games until...

      A travel blog entry by laurapoff on Jan 06, 2015

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      ... purchasing of said four Mexican blankets. Highlight # 3: When you are offered an excursion called a "booze cruise" you go.  Ours was a snorkeling trip on a catamaran called the "Bora-Bora II" to the small island of Los Arcos. The fact that it was an excursion swimming in the middle of the ocean while punch drunk on Mexican rum punch seemed completely legitimate. Which brings me to: TRAVEL RULE #2: Travel without inhibition or reservation. "I'd rather have a life of ...

      Puerto Vallarta Super Styling and Rancho Relaxing

      A travel blog entry by markjezek on Jan 18, 2014

      1 comment, 34 photos

      ... pool during our stay. Seriously what better place to have pulled up stumps for a 5 nights.

      To make the most of our time in Puerto Vallarta and do our best to avoid the tourist strip, Amanda and I wandered the streets in downtown and found local eateries (5 tacos for $3.5 AUD), fresh tortilla producers, fish mongers, local cigar vendors and to top this all off, we watched all of the beautiful sunsets from either the beach and from our roof top terrace - with beer in hand - giddy ...

      The Day of the Dead

      A travel blog entry by thelees on Nov 02, 2011

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      ... and sugar skulls.

      Initially we felt like intruders. We hesitated to turn people's sadness into photo opportunities so we just observed. That is, until our restaurant owner buddy, Josue, explained: "That's what it's there for! Besides, people aren't sad. Their loved ones are in a better place. They're celebrating. And... they're all hoping to win first prize".

      Not sure who won in the end but the Smoking Granny gets my vote!

      Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

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

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      ... country any money because the inmates must work every day to pay for their time there – he said they make souvenirs, they paint, etc.

      Our guide was Raul… who was hilarious and fantastic! He was the perfect guide because he told you just the facts, was funny, and moved on to the next subject quickly so we didn’t get bored. He explained the production of the blue agave tequila in detail. The factory we went to first ...

      Into the jungle

      A travel blog entry by ruthperelstein on Oct 12, 2010

      9 photos

      ... the prices were inflated. We checked out the gold as well and decided I could get what I wanted from Costco for a more reasonable price. As we passed through old town, our tour guide pointed out the iguana in the tree. He was about 2 feet long and bright green. Now that's some usual animal life in a city.

      Then we were off to the jungle, we climbed the foothills and saw many ...