Hard Rock Hotel Vallarta
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and caught the next bus to Sayulita. Once there, we first found a place to have lunch then hit the beach for some swimming and body surfing. In between lunch and the beach we managed to squeeze in a bit of souvenir shopping. As the dinner hour began to approach we hiked back to the bus stop and headed for the boat. On the way we decided to have dinner at a steak house we had heard about. It’s called Sonora al Sur. Sonora is the ...
... APPEARS LIKELY ACROSS PORTIONS OF SOUTHWESTERN MEXICO IN THE STATES OF MICHOACAN...COLIMA...JALISCO...AND SOUTHERN NAYARIT (where Ashika is)...REGARDLESS OF THE EXACT TRACK OF THE CENTER." (FORECASTER ROBERTS)
Forecast stolen from eebmike.com, map photo from passageweather.com
Bud is a blob, a non event, a blowout, blowhard, freakin' tropical storm. Yeah!
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We had such a good time with family and friends.
Here's wishing one and all İFeliz Año Nuevo y Próspero Año 2012!
Naomi and Andrew
Casa Riyo in Paradise Village
and Amizade in La Cruz de Huanacaxtle
... San Luis Potosi, SLP, but there are elaborate processions and other events in myriad cities and towns all over the country. Easter Sunday itself there are few if any activities, it’s a day to spend in church and with family and friends.
Semana Santa is also a time when half of Mexico flocks to the beaches---a Mexican spring break. Be sure if you want to travel during this time of year to make hotel reservations as far in advance as ...
... but thought I'd throw that out into the ethos...
I also thought I'd throw a few more photos from our first week here as well. The kids folkloric dancing was great, they raised a bunch of pesos for their school and there was a latin jazz band called The Cruisers of Huanacaxtle (I hope I got the name right!) that were amazing and ...