Laguna del Tule
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLaguna del Tule Puerto Vallarta
This is such a nice RV park and hotel complex. Beautiful, well cared for grounds, lovely pool with swim up bar, palapa restaurant totally open to ocean breezes and view of sunsets, and a lagoon with lot of birds dashing about. The hotel and restaurant are painted and decorated with great care and there's an office with really friendly people too. There's a guy with a kiosk right on the grounds with great little dresses at reasonable prices and you can order custom made ones also--delivered next day. Town is a bit of a hike away but there's a small store with essentials close and another only a block away. We're parked right on the beach and enjoy wonderful cooling breezes every day. You get the sunrise over the lagoon and the sunset over the bay--gorgeous.
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Lounging at the pool Saturday we heard about a Mexican fiesta the next night there at the restaurant. With dancers and "especial Dinner" of Mexican tacos, we were in! We LOVE folk dancing whether it's Mexican or Peruvian or Thai. We love the music, the colors, the dancers--it's always great entertainment.
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... daily activities, as just the other day I had to say to myself "Take a Break, Your to Old for this" as my knees and lower legs are starting to take there toll on me from walking the cobblestone, and climbing up and down the mountain side to and from the ocean and the market and the Malecon. Thank god for the beer stops, you can even go in the OXXO and buy a cold one for 10 pesos and continue walking the streets.
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So many times we see only what we see. Our narrow vision then becomes the total of what's around us. We all do it. We may try not to, but it's like swimming upstream. This trip we've spent entirely too much time around gringos to have any kind of idea of the "real" anything.
But this may show more of Puerto Vallarta then you've seen before, and totally more than anyone staying in the ...
... to them. After several attempts, and trying to strike up some small
talk, they would find out that I was not there on vacation and I was living in Mexico,
they finally dropped me like a hot potato. It was not a comfortable experience.
I was glad to see them go.
The following day, I took the local buses up to Nuevo Vallarta to pick up Alyssa and Josh and we took another return bus to downtown PV. We had lunch and walked around ...
... try our best to see them again!
We also bid a fond farewell to Mario, aka Duende (our landlord) and his 4 chihuahuas (you may recall that one is the love child of the star of Beverley Hills Chihuahua). It was during our goodbyes in our bungalow that we spotted whales in the bay, spurting water. What a send-off!
With our backpacks back on the backs of us backpackers, we were ready to hit the road again. Kindly one of Duende's workers dropped us at the ...