Address: Calle Zaragoza No 404, Yelapa, Pacific Coast, 48304, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Calle Zaragoza No 404, Yelapa.
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    Travel Blogs from Yelapa

    Dreary, cool sea day

    A travel blog entry by richard.boase on Feb 01, 2015

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... At 11am I presented myself at the Britannia Restaurant for a free tour of the Britannia Galley. I say 'tour', but in fact we were sent off in large groups to walk through a stainless steel city in single file and emerge in the Verandah Restaurant at the other end, from which we dispersed. We saw a few starters being prepared, but we didn't get to see anything of the scale of the operations. As I expected, all the fruit and veg is restocked en route at selected ports. ...

    Stranded and Waiting

    A travel blog entry by koppkilla on Dec 23, 2012

    1 photo

    After arriving at the Puerta Vallarta Airport alone in a new city and country, I seem calm and ready to embark on this adventure. Personally confident with spanish, I saw no issue that I couldn't solve myself if I needed to ask for help.
    Knowing that I would be arriving 50 minutes before Coopers family, I was alone and would have to guide myself thru the airport until they arrived. Little did I know....

    After ...

    Life in Puerta Vallarta

    A travel blog entry by swanning_around on Jan 14, 2011

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... there. After a couple of hours enjoying the sun and watching the world go by, we started walking home but stopped to watch a game of volleyball which lasted until it was too dark to see the ball. I have to tell you about the buses as they are a big part of our exploration here. The town buses run so frequently that we have never waited for more than 2 minutes and it costs 6 pesos (about 30 pence) each journey however far you go. It would probably have been fair to describe them ...

    Cruising Is More Than Sailing

    A travel blog entry by ashika on Mar 28, 2010

    11 photos

    ... and girls in pleated dresses and bobby socks. The heat of the day sends everybody into shady homes, cabanas and bungalows for the afternoon siesta, but as the sun sets the streets and plazas fill with people: children running and laughing, teenagers walking behind their parents while talking on cell phones, and adults (or almost adults) holding babies with big smiles for everyone they meet; people in Mexico are very colorful.

    Our first anchorage in Mexico's Gold Coast

    A travel blog entry by gatogo on Dec 12, 2009

    13 photos

    ... we got the fishing poles out in hopes of some fresh fish for dinner! Our first catch wasn't a fish, but a bird; we had hooked one of the adorable brown-footed boobies. Luckily, we were able to reel him in and remove the hook from his beak without any problems. He was soon flying again, but probably a little more hesitant as to the "fish" that he was going after.