Los Quatro Vientos

Address: Matamoros No. 520, Puerto Vallarta, Pacific Coast, Mexico | Inn
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Location

This inn, located on Matamoros No. 520, Puerto Vallarta, is near Old Vallarta, Malecon, Marigalante - Mexico on Board Cruise, and John Huston Plaza.
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Vallarta

Cabo San Lucas & Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

A travel blog entry by rdavey on Apr 23, 2014

2 comments, 2 photos

... as we have tickets in a raffle to win a free cruise. The weather is becoming warmer as we head further south. We are finding we need afternoon naps, still getting over our jet lag or that is my excuse. Funny story the chap sitting next to us at breakfast this morning still had the price tag hanging off his shirt. We all had a good laugh when Mark told him about it. We have another day at sea and will arrive at our second last Mexican stop Hautulco on the ...

Death By Jason Sausage

A travel blog entry by doove on Oct 27, 2013

35 photos

... concoction. A couple of beers in the afternoon and a Comida Corrida (set menu meal) of soup and carb overdose, more beer, and then depending on the amount of beer consumed, tacos, Jason sausages or ice cream as a late snack. Also, having now been in Mexico a month, a meal is not satisfactory unless its burning my face into oblivion! Good stuff… but I think it’s a minor miracle, or the fact I walk about about a million miles a day, that I’ve not turned ...

Sunrise 1: Alina, Sara, Dave, Karina are team!

A travel blog entry by karinakr on Dec 09, 2012

24 photos

... interruption.

Surprsingly enough, post snooz, I took out and marked the lonely planet book toa point that it envoked fear and worry in Alina (as I'm the fully functioning individual that doesn't plan of the two). The only disappointment in flight however was forgetting to eat the lunch I had packed from the dinner before.
Unfortunately my mothering efforts were only good for jokes and laughter when I managed to smuggle roast veggies, squash and baked salmon into ...

Puerto Vallarta

A travel blog entry by kstubbs97 on Dec 29, 2011

1 comment, 87 photos

... Geraldo (who was educated in the States and still spoke with an American accent) explained how the spirit is made and gave us a small taste of five of the different varieties they produce here; Reposado (aged for a minimum of 6 months), Anejo (aged in wine barrels for 18 months), and three types of flavoured tequila – chocolate and coffee, mandarin, and almond. They were all excellent, particularly the chocolate and almond varieties, so I bought a bottle of the latter for ...

Taking the Sierra Madres

A travel blog entry by aircor on Feb 23, 2011

2 comments

... down sheer rock, again not protected by heavy steel guard to keep you from going over if that is what you have a mind to do, or if fate should put you into that position. We carry on, along our Mexican road, the Lopez-Cortilla as near as I can figure, away from any sign of habitation, but also experiencing little villages, and small wayside stops which may sell and make tequila, and the ever present taco and cervesa stands that will pop ...