Raintrees Villa Vera Puerto Vallarta

Address: Paseo de la Marina Sur No.21, Puerto Vallarta, Pacific Coast, 48354, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Paseo de la Marina Sur No.21, Puerto Vallarta, is near Canopy Tours de Los Veranos, Venus Sunshine Spa, Marina Vallarta Club de Golf, and Geronimo Cruise: Whale Watching/Kayak/Beach Trip.
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      Zip line day!

      A travel blog entry by bmwbret on Jul 17, 2014

      1 comment, 2 photos

      Got up early, coffee and bagel for breakfast, then board the bus for our zip lining adventure in the jungle. Two miles if zip lines followed by lunch on the river, sipping a frozen mango margarita. Ordered chicken enchiladas for ...

      Feliz año nuevo

      A travel blog entry by minicooper on Jan 01, 2014

      14 photos

      ... day of 2013 on a boat around the bay, stopping for a very short snorkling experience, as the waves were too fierce, next to "Los Arcos", and on two different beaches. On the first, I managed to wangle a free ride on the boat pulling the banana and on the second, we managed to wangle three extra meals between the five of us from a generous American family who had ordered pizza on the first island and donates us their food vouchers. On the way back we stopped and had the luck to ...

      Tour of town

      A travel blog entry by annanddave on Mar 31, 2013

      5 photos

      ... tequila a chocolate and an almond. We found that the chocolate and almond were not that great. Dave bought a bottle of the smoothest one.

      We then went to a village that was divided by the highway. The locals could not decide on a name after the highway was put through so the village has two names; one for each side of the highway, Las Juntas or los Veranos. The restaurant for lunch had all of the fish out on display with the prices so that we could choose what we ...

      How can we fix this??

      A travel blog entry by vixenangel on Mar 25, 2012

      81 photos

      ... with you. They can be overwhelming but in a weird way I was grateful to see them. They are the ones keeping Mexico safe and as long as you play nice, they will too.

      Tourism is their #1 industry here. Without it, this city and really this country would suffer greatly. There is NO reason to be afraid to travel here. They are grateful for the Canadians traveling as we are now the only reason they are staying alive. Sadly, with the economy in the States, ...

      Life in the City

      A travel blog entry by aircor on Feb 02, 2011


      Wednesday, February-02-11

      It has turned very quiet here at night, the Christmas parties seem to have subsided, the fire crackers have run out, this week we have not yet had a neighbourhood party and even the dogs across the street in the rooming house have stopped barking all night long.

      The neighbourhood parties can be something else. Have you ever wanted to complain of a neighbour who was playing their music too loud, or have you ever worried ...