Villa Copa De Oro

Address: 117 Madre Perla, Puerto Vallarta, Pacific Coast, 48300, Mexico | Villa
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Location

This villa, located on 117 Madre Perla, Puerto Vallarta, is near Vallarta Zoo, Marina Vallarta, Punta De Mita, and Caballito.
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Vallarta

1st Stop - Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

A travel blog entry by pmnoyes on Sep 02, 2014

... at all like the horror stories you hear of blinding headaches and rebellious stomachs for days after imbibing. Nice as it might be, though, I doubt I’ll become a connoisseur.As our guia (guide) pointed out, Mexico is a ...

From upscale market to hole in the wall diner

A travel blog entry by bobnkaren on Jan 11, 2014

5 comments, 11 photos

... get our heads around what PV does have to offer and go from there.

Where we're staying saves us though. We're in a very traditional Mexican neighborhood where you only hear Spanish on the streets, the neighbors give you the "are you lost?" look and the streets are such broken uneven cobbles you can hardly walk them--makes driving nuts.

There's ...

Another great Day

A travel blog entry by annanddave on Apr 03, 2013

... life guard put marks in the sand so that no one could get any closer to the turtle. Medical officials then came and look at the turtle. It was hardly moving. Scuttlebutt on the beach said that the turtle and been caught in the waves and hit the rocks to the north of the resort. After a while they carried the turtle away and a vet was coming. We later heard that the turtle was going to be okay. What a great way to start the day.
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How can we fix this??

A travel blog entry by vixenangel on Mar 25, 2012

81 photos

... is like highschool) is extra. Grades go from Kindergarten to Grade 9. They go in shifts. The first classes are 8 am - 1pm and the second shift is from 2 pm - 7 pm. It's weird. Have to say. The kids in their uniforms, ADORABLE!

We stopped at the Church (The Church of Our Lady of Guadalupe (La Iglesia de Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe)) and sadly but fortunately there was an English mass being held. It was BEAUTIFUL, as a Catholic by birth, I was in awe ...

Taking the Sierra Madres

A travel blog entry by aircor on Feb 23, 2011

2 comments

... chagrin of the regulars. We share some laughs and some tequila and soon leave, knowing we will see them at out hotel in Tonala

Soon we fall out of the mountains into a large fertile valley that is centred by the town of Mascota. Mascota is a dirty little village sitting at 2296m above sea level which we have just left. This should give you some idea of the climb we have been on. The air is very fresh here, and although sunny it is ...