Villa Varadero Hotel & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Travel Blogs from Nuevo Vallarta
... at least get to come out of their cage every day and sit on perches. We had no idea how noisy those guys could be.
There are four pools in the resort. Three of them have hot tubs alongside. The biggest hot tub and smallest pool is at the Vallarta Yacht Club. We never saw more than one or two people there. Most of the time it was empty. There is a lap pool tucked away from the hubbub of the village. A few more folks use it ...
... and do some souvenir shopping. The trip requires two buses but luckily no running across a freeway! They had a great time shopping and haggling with the vendors. It really is a lot of fun if you’re in the mood for it. We also strolled down the Malecon. We have mentioned the Malecons before. They are wide paved promenades along the waterfront. This one has quite a few large and interesting statues to see. On the way home we got ...
... day and night. The cost of living is crazy cheap. You can stay in the marina or save a few pesos and anchor out. There is live music somewhere nearly every night of the week. The music choices go from a single guy sitting on a stool with a flute or guitar to Rock and Roll bands to Cuban Rhumba. There is a different, special market set up in the square, along a street, or on the waterfront many days of the week. Anything that isn’t available here ...
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 ...
... Vallarta is purely a tourist resort with big hotels and lots of people trying to sell to you on the beach. The hostel I stayed in is also a big party hostel. By the time we got back at 8pm I was so ****** from the free tequila on the boat plus it was raining hard, so we just got some tacos and chilled in the communal area until bed time. The next day I went to the beach with some boys from Bristol and got lost on the way back to the ...