Boana Torre

Address: Amapas, Puerto Vallarta, Pacific Coast, Mexico | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Amapas, Puerto Vallarta, is near Vallarta Zoo, Marina Vallarta, Punta De Mita, and Caballito.
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    Travel Blogs from Puerto Vallarta

    Mid month update.

    A travel blog entry by ninamaclaverty on Jan 18, 2014

    3 comments, 54 photos

    ... stay. Then slept for two days. Six days of driving for 5 to 8 hrs a day, plus the stress of the house hunting left me quite pooped.
    By the time Bob and Jo Anna arrived we had walked most of the town to reacquainted ourselves, and I had perfected the art of making Margaritas.
    Bob & Jo have rented their own place and are moving out next week in time for Darrell & Trevor to move in for a week. Then ...

    A Day in the Life of Me Right Now...

    A travel blog entry by tmm on Nov 13, 2013

    6 photos

    ... That's what happens to me after two days of not speaking to anyone, I guess. I have A LOT to say.  And then the next day we rolled out of bed just before noon, feeling icky. The only thing that seemed to help at all was a dip in the pool (you gotta go all the way under for it to work it's magic on a hangover) and then ordering up another margarita!!  It was a fun weekend... but I'm back to enjoying the quiet for these last few days.    Sigh. Retirement.  ...

    Puerto Vallarta

    A travel blog entry by kstubbs97 on Dec 29, 2011

    1 comment, 87 photos

    ... 8211; two Margaritas for 25 pesos, or $1 each! Read on the veranda then walked along the beach until the bars ran out and found a place called walked back to a bar called Fedicio’s next to a little arched bridge which had a great view of the bay and the mountains to the south and looked to be the perfect place to take some photos of the sunset.

    Sunset was still 30 minutes away so I ordered a Tequila Sunrise and sat at a table on the sand a read some more ...

    Suspicious black & white things

    A travel blog entry by cedric.brehaut on Jul 16, 2011

    ... place) if these are mice droppings. He smiles and tells me that there are no mice here, these are from “cuisa”. I ask him to spell the word, having no idea what it means.

    Within minutes I am surfing the Internet for a translation – and hopefully an adorable picture of a “cuisa”. Nothing in the dictionaries, however one animal comes up a few times in my searches: the guinea pig ("cuy" in Spanish). I am convinced this is good news: guinea pigs ...

    Taking the Sierra Madres

    A travel blog entry by aircor on Feb 23, 2011

    2 comments

    ... hot. The town is a good size, but is confusing as hell as you travel from one end to the other, which is probably a kilometre, watching the signs the cobblestone the construction and the brick and cement buildings which are attached one to the next as you go through at 5 km an hour to keep the car from falling apart. I should mention at this time we do have GPS and it is working fantastically as we weave ourselves in and around Jalisco. Amazingly ...