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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... been amazing. I've been able to get back into running again and attempt to eat healthily after all my indulgence of the States. I can enjoy nightly ventures along the malecon to watch the various clown shows so popular here and bask in the incredible sight that are the sunsets. We are still waiting for the rains to arrive so for the moment its blue skies and minimum 30 degrees every day, perfect for the beach!
For the moment this is home...and it's pretty awesome!
Puerto Vallarta, a Mexican "balneario resort city," is the second largest city in Jalisco State, Mexico. Proximity to the Bay of Banderas, an agricultural valley of the Ameca River and an important mining center gives this place more history than other nearby Mexican locales. Today, tourism is the main industry. Named as the "Absolute Best Pacific Coast Retirement Spot" in 2013 by The Huffington Post, this is also a major spring break site for the collegiate set. ...
... than you see their tails
disappearing into the water about a half second later......
If you want to get a picture (photo) - you have to be like an army sniper, who has his rifle
trained on a certain, specific spot, waiting for someone to stick their head up to take a peek,
than BANG - he pulls the trigger. But you do not know where there the whales are going to stick their heads up.....
When someone sees a whale - they shout WHALE, ...
... room with no balcony and a nasty, musty smell. I asked to be moved to a room that resembled what I thought I’d paid for, and after an hour or two of negotiation I was moved to a room a floor up with a balcony looking over Rodriguez street – much better, and worth the $15 a night extra I had to pay to get it.
While I waited for the said negotiations to move towards a successful conclusion I got a map from reception and asked the guy at the desk to mark it with ...
Trip to San Sebastian del Oeste, Jalisco
"This Spanish colonial town dates back to 1605, when it was a gold and silver mining center, once housing over 4,000 people. Today, San Sebastian is a retreat, hidden from the tourists of Puerto Vallarta, and home to only about 600 citizens."
We took the bus from PV to San Sebastian and it took us almost 2 hours as the bus stopped often to pick up ...