Occidental Grand Nuevo Vallarta
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... of us headed out for an open water dive. We paid a bit extra and had the panga to ourselves. We had a phenomenal time. We saw whales, and turtles on the boat ride and once in the water saw all kinds of sea life. In between the two tank dives we snorkeled to a hidden beach that required swimming thru an arch. The arch was about 30 feet from entrance to exit. Once inside there is a beautiful sand beach open to the sky but only accessible ...
... on the boat, and the price were closer to the other bargain summer rates, I would cast my vote here.
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Keep those cards and letter's coming! The only thing wrong with this place is you're not here! We miss ...
... My favorite ones were those people who would come up behind you while you were walking, throw their arm around your shoulder and guide you to their place of business.
“This way, amigos!” The salesmen would shout with reptilian smiles. That was one of several attention-grabbers thrown our way, making it difficult to track how many amigos I had made in the span of 5 minutes. I had warned Joanna of their high-pressure sales tactics, ...
... Moon (50 metres), as well as temples, public meeting areas and residential quarters. Archaeologists are still digging and finding more information to shed light on the society. We were proud that we managed to climb the 2 Pyramids and the temple. It is not just the height that makes it a challenge but the steepness of the stairs. The risers were almost at my knee level, but the treads are very narrow, about 6 inches, so it feels as if you are climbing a wall rather than a staircase. In ...
... 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
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center