Vallarta Shores International Hotel
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- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... with native Mexicans. We actually love this and find that this is what attracts us the most. Our neighbors are Mexican people who have owned these homes here for generations, and like other areas, for example Florida, the people who have lived here over the generations, could not afford to move back or buy back property that is here, and are forced out into the newer subdivisions.
The home has to be considered to be a 4 level. The ...
... my afternoon swim in the lap pool at the Sanctuary section of the boat and then for a steam and sauna. Unfortunately, I came back to my room a little depressed. I’m probably the first one to admit that at 60 I’m a little (ok, a lot) more than out-of-shape. Yesterday I ran into the Spa Fitness guy by chance in the steam room and of course you start to talk. There I sit, all 235 lbs of me, towel around my mid and my man boobs maybe a little more pronounced ...
... It was late in the afternoon, so the sun was nearly setting and there were no tourists out there. BUT, there were
dozen’s of vendors. It seemed that their radar went on and they swarmed me like
a pack of wild dogs. They were selling everything from jewelry to trinkets, to
cigars. And if you didn’t want that, they could get you marijuana, cocaine and
hookers!! They wanted to sell you something, anything, and a polite no was not
... of the game, and mid consumption of courage, master card gamer Adog took control as we each started riding the bus.
All 4 shifted in their own special speed as we left he hut and were instantly seated next to the city's mayor at the restaurant up the block. four plates of Mexican delicacies filled our table. Sara drenched her taste buds with a tortilla soup; Adog folded herself a corn tortilla envelope of sauteed meats and veggies; my tase buds swam with mahi ...
... children. I’ve opened the bottle of Licor del Almendra, the almond flavoured tequila I bought on the tequila tour, and have sipped my way through almost half the 500 ml bottle. It’s much cooler now that the sun has gone down, and I could quite happily sit out here all night sipping what tastes like a Mexican version of Amaretto.
January 2, 2012
Asked Mara and Jayling at reception to confirm my flight to Mexico City tomorrow then walked to the Post ...