Taheima Wellness Resort & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTaheima Wellness Resort & Spa Nuevo Vallarta
Cet hôtel de style condo-hôtel promettait des repas santé et des séances de yoga et autres à volonté, des massages sur le toit etc et toutes ces promesses étaient bien tenues et plus.
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Voyage de repos au soleil durant lequel on voulait vivre l'expérience de Jour de l'an au Mexique. On a même rencontré nos amis Carole et Daniel qui étaient aussi à Puerto Vallarta et nous sommes allés en excursion de quadrimotos avec eux.
... as it was late and had him stop at the local marine store on the way. It’s quite large and well stocked (think West Marine) which is unusual here. Kip has always wanted a cast net and he finally found one there!
One of the first things Rick and Patti did upon arriving in Paradise Village was to meet "Scuba Steve" at the pool. He runs the diving franchise here at the resort. One of the programs he offers is a one-hour ...
... in like a hibernating turtle.
So the rain has started, it's still hot but the rain is actually helping cool things off. We are hearing that it will probably rain all day tomorrow and then the winds will come in the bay starting tomorrow night.
We'll keep you posted.
... the plane's flight via the in-flight monitoring system, and we had a laugh looking at the sheer terrain difference once we crossed into Mexico. It was barren and visibly dusty, even from 40,000 ft. above land.
“This just looks like Mexico.” Joanna muttered with a smile. The beach finally arrived in view, paired beautifully with lush, green mountains overlooking the U-shaped Riviera. Deplaning was quick, as was ...
... right behind us before we have even cleared the runway. When we turn into the general aviation apron our little lady is greeted by what seems like hundred of private jets. PV is clearly a playground for the wealthy.
We secure rooms for the night and head out to see the sites. Across the street is a large hotel on the beach – time for a long overdue beer. We ...