Villas Mediterraneas

Address: Hortensias Sur s/n, Lote 49, Puerto Vallarta, Pacific Coast, 48390, Mexico | Motel
 
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This motel, located on Hortensias Sur s/n, Lote 49, Puerto Vallarta, is near El Centro, Santa Maria del Oro, Old Town Market Viejo Vallarta, and Galeria Flores.
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      Travel Blogs from Puerto Vallarta

      Viva la Mexico!

      A travel blog entry by winegalcj on Jan 19, 2014

      5 photos

      ... and a huge outdoor restaurant that serves three glorious buffet lines a day. That is, if you have a green wrist band. We chose to take the European plan – no meals or drinks included – and we wore the dreaded yellow wrist band. The pool was just as chilly, the ocean just as beautiful and down the street a block or so away we had the most awesome shrimp tacos and ceviche I’ve ever had instead of the aluminum hotel pans full of ...

      A Romantic Port Stop

      A travel blog entry by lottyh on Dec 23, 2013

      2 comments, 4 photos

      ... round the pole, going ever faster
      and faster. While the ropes became longer as they unwrapped from the
      pole. Each turn, they made, it was just a bright red blur. It is
      like those swing chairs in carnivals that go higher and oh, so fast!
      This is the reverse, they go downwards. With their speed, it took a
      few minutes before they reached the ground still in that head down
      position.

      We watched, and we took many pictures. “I ...

      Back to Puerto Vallarta

      A travel blog entry by carolsegal on May 13, 2013

      ... Guero le Marisco.

      We wandered and shopped for a while, then hopped on a bus back to the ship. Now that was an adventure. Of note: the bus driver whose seat was a lawn chair lashed to a frame in front of the wheel; the man who got on with his guitar, who played and sang until his stop; the box where people deposited their fare, which looked more like a cigar box, than anything else. It was wide open, and not one person tried to steal from it. ...

      One last trip to wrap up our year off from work.

      A travel blog entry by yippeeyahoo on Mar 22, 2012

      3 photos

      ... with other guest, plus more booze than ever but only once an early evening nap. One too many 'dirty monkey's." that round.

      I enyoyed a game of golf, but we took it easy and never really counted our shots especially when we encounter the waterways being full of real life crocs. The staff failed to warn us but there are plenty of signs and the men we followed, gave us the heads up. Most of the crocs were about ...

      Travelling is Hard Work

      A travel blog entry by thelees on Oct 21, 2011

      5 photos

      ... our own space. Somewhere we could chill for a while. Somewhere relaxed but not boring. Somewhere we could practice our Spanish. When we put forward our criteria to Moises (co-owner at Hostal Galeria, Guadalajara) he suggested Sayulita.

      And so it was!

      We loved Sayulita from day 1. It's a great little surfer town somewhat off the beaten track and is 40 minutes north of it's better known (hence more ...