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

The Four Musketeers!

A travel blog entry by tigerjo on Jul 17, 2014

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... coconut water and eating amazing seafood right on the sand. We visited the local turtle camp, releasing baby turtles into the sea and watching a turtle lay eggs before helping to move them to a nursery; got up close to crocodiles in the swamp; visited Tequila and Guadalajara and spent a night on the beach watching for a meteor shower that sadly never materialised.

When one by one they left Vallarta it was with impatience that I counted the days when I would leave as well. ...

Sunshine,warm breezes and good food

A travel blog entry by myloweb on Jan 09, 2014

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... airfare is basically free. We just don't take the return trip home. We have spent several days just sitting under the palapas on the beach reading. Kent got an ipad mini the day before we left and I have my ipad. He downloads books. Yesterday we took the bus to the Telmex office and got a sim card and short-term data plan for my ipad. Now I no longer need the iffy (here at the Tropicana) ...

Dave tries a Spa

A travel blog entry by annanddave on Apr 01, 2013

... went into the ocean. After about an hour in the sun we both had red skin so it was time to move under the playas. We again had lunch at the beach. Ann having tortilla chips with salsa and guacamole, Dave had two chicken quesadillas; both of which were excellent. After lunch and some more sun, we went to the spa. Dave was a little apprehensive as it is his first time. Unfortunately we have to do the steam room and sauna separately but can use ...

How can we fix this??

A travel blog entry by vixenangel on Mar 25, 2012

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... you see the Tequila you will be drinking as a mulched up pit of gross with all these little bugs flying around. The barrels of fermenting agave are covered though and after they are fermented, they are cooked in huge boilers much like wine would be. This is the distilling process. The first distill is strong, much like a moon shine. It is distilled once again and then put into oak barrels to "age" where the Tequila picks up a smokey flavour.

After ...

2 Steps Forward, 1 Step Back

A travel blog entry by gatogo on Apr 13, 2011

15 comments, 3 photos

... close to where our boat was docked. He indicated that they would be expecting us and would stamp our paperwork accordingly. Unfortunately, when we arrived at the office, they didn’t know what to do with us. We were told that we were in the country illegally (even though only 178 of our 180-day visa had been used) and would have to pay a fine. The customs agent suggested that we apply for Mexican citizenship; a process that ...