Los Arcos Suites
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- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- Kids pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Los Arcos Suites Puerto Vallarta
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... cannot see this as he seemed to me to be a clean-cut kid, and
he has been at the stand since I first started coming to PV and first found the
market. The last time I saw him was the first time I saw him cleaned up in
street clothes, and he came up and tapped me on the back as I walked around the
veggie stand and made sure that I had noticed him and he gave me a warm smile
and olla and adios. I will be very sad if I do not run into him again, or if he
... fights of stairs, got the card which was under the room service tray, and returned to our group who will still optimistic about seeing those dolphins.
Sad faces confirm the fact that it's after 11 and we' re still on board. It wasn't until 11:20 that we hit ground and it was evident that the dolphin encounter was out. The tour cost would be refunded because of the time change but the opportunity to experience dolphins up close was gone. So Min wants to go ...
... and asked for the wifi password. After about 40 minutes of my poor phone struggling to connect, that hopeful little circle tracing round and round and round next to the wifi network name, it worked. BAM! My phone lit up! I admit it... I'm a wifi addict. I love my phone. My social media networks. And sharing everything I do in real time. I know, we're supposed to be beyond that. Especially travellers. And I'm certain I could ween myself off and enjoy a little bit of ...
... along Hwy 200.
Our most eventful stop past the lonely ranch that was home to 2 very active monkeys swinging on man-made branches and fences was in Puerto Vallarta.
We were seemingly expected to run out of gas in either 55km or 0km, depending on this incline of the street we were on of course. Starving stomachs and Adogs desperate need to eat tacos at Pepe's (where ...
... River Cafe for dinner. This is a lovely restaurant on the Isla del Cuale which divides the Rio Cuale into two branches just before it reaches the ocean. The service is excellent, however the food was just average despite the gushing reviews on Trip Advisor. I had three appetisers starting with the baked brie wheel. This was similar to the entree served at my local pub at twice the cost but no discernable improvement in the taste or presentation. I then had Mussels Chipotle served in ...