Hard Rock Hotel Vallarta
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... of more than a few evening specials which included a delicious meal, a drink and live music. Twice we saw a three-piece band that included an acoustic guitar, bongos and a harp. Really, a harp! Not a mouth harp either. You haven’t lived until you have experienced Hotel California played on a harp. The harpist has 30 years of classic training and can sing like one of the world famous tenors. One night he belted out O Sole Mio ...
... day’s agenda required we get rolling in the AM. Shortly after getting the coffee going we slipped the mooring and headed back to our spot in Paradise Village. Once securely tied up in our slip Patti and the kids took a quick tour of the marina. Rick stayed behind and washed the salt and fish blood off the boat. After showers we grabbed a bus and headed for the quaint little surfing village of Sayulita. It actually takes two buses ...
... see south of here but we decided to put that off for another year. It’s easy to flit from one spot to another and check each one off of one’s list but spending time really getting to know this area seemed like the right thing for us to do. That gives us about a month to hang out before our son Kip and his gal Taylor come to visit for a week. Right after they leave Patti’s sis Ruth Ann comes for a week. Staying put also gives us a ...
... from Erin and Marc (soon to be wed April 2012); and Lindy and her good friend, Erika, from Corvallis, Oregon. (Erin is Naomi's eldest of 3 daughters and Lindy is the youngest)
We were able to squeeze in two sailing excursions across Banderas Bay; release turtles at sunset; explore El Centro, the malecon, and ...
... to this the large number of homeless dogs that are left out to survive off of the garbage which is stacked in the middle of the streets waiting for the daily pickup, and you are talking about a literal "**** load" of dogs.
I hear absolutely no traffic din right now, 4:30 am and look out through the window at the stars and the communication tower lights. If it was later in the day, 6am to 2am you would here the noise of traffic, down on the main road and in ...