How has this inn rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Hacienda Alemana Puerto Vallarta
Travel Blogs from Puerto Vallarta
... market is loaded with fresh fish that is
brought into the market daily by numerous trucks that are coming in from the seaports.
Please keep in mind that most of the restaurants and smaller markets and
butchers and fishmongers around the town are coming to this market to also pick
up their daily requirements of meat fish and fresh veggies.
Anyways there is an array of shrimp to choose from, ranging
from shrimp the size of lobster tails down to ...
... 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 ...
... kept you up until sunrise and subsequently spending the entire day wasting away on a couch, watching bad television, avoiding the sun, other people, sweating profusely and of course accomplishing nothing, and then feeling bad about yourself is better. It's not. I swear. I did do one late night. My PVR bestie* Judy had arrived Thursday to spend the winter here, as her and her boyfriend John do every year, AND Kaley, my real life bestie from home had flown down for the weekend ...
... she would rather forget the experience. I got Jen's horse this time; Diamonte, small and as my daughter had alluded to; really not into the riding on the beach thing. Dois rode the big one; WinniePoo (seriously?). Our guide was the typical mexican rancher type; hand made leather sandles, ragged dirty pants and shirt and of course; a greasy straw sombrero pushed back on his head. He was nice enough, quiet, humble, and very polite and he carried ...
... at the large outdoor amphitheater Los Arcos (the Arches). I stopped at a bar called Taza Blanco which occupies the first and second floors of a building that sits across from the Malecon’s large nativity scene. Once again, the place was empty but most of the tables had Reserved signs on them. I had a rum and coke (40 pesos) then ordered a Go Cup of the same and continued walking.
There were a few boats anchored just offshore, presumably private parties enjoying ...