Dreams Villamagna Nuevo Vallarta
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Since this was our 10th anniversary and we had just come back from a week long Caribbean cruise with a friend of ours, Bob and I decided to go out of town and celebrate our wedding anniversary. We had gotten married in Hawaii and since the cruise was costly we had to watch our penny's and even though I did price Hawaii, it was far to expensive …
... that car coming straight at us. The bus going the other way did the same and the little car made it back in their own lane. Our driver got high fives from all the bus drivers in the line of vehicles.
This little campground has the most beautiful flowers that we have ever seen. It is just wonderful to sit around and enjoy them. We have included many pictures and identified as many as we can but there are a lot that we don't know. Please comment if you recognize any of them.
... in the pool followed by a dive trip out in the bay. Patti and Rick had both done the in-pool lesson and an open water dive. It went well enough for us that we decided to keep going and try to earn our Scuba Diving certifications. We needed more dives to accomplish this. We asked the kids if they were interested in joining us and they said “absolutely!” Early in the week they took a pool lesson with Scuba Steve and on Friday ...
... simply required us to push a button. If your button produced a green light, you could pass freely. If it was red, you were subject to a rigorous body-cavity inspection. Just kidding; your bag would be further scrutinized. Joanna and I escaped with green lights. Well, I should not be so quick to use the term “escaped”, as we were instantly bombarded with taxi and travel offers, each one promising they were the company we had spoken with ...
... the second signal lights where you see the Tobogan sign on the side of a bodega. It is this gem of a spot, that at one time was a family ranch, but a few years back was turned into an oasis of sorts that includes 3 large pools, a small water slide, a number of polapas, a few out buildings, and a wonderful restaurant built on to the side of a mountain, with a full view of Banderas Bay and all of the towns and cities surrounding it. It is ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
TravelPod Member ReviewsDreams Villamagna Nuevo Vallarta
This is a definitely 5 star resort, it is also all inclusive and the drinks and service wonderful.
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