Next up you’ll hit the old colonial city of Guanajuato where you will learn about the history of the famous silver mining town and how the economy has shaped much of its culture.Heavy on the Spanish influence, this UNESCO World Heritage city will transport you to another time and get lost for hours in its quaint cobblestone alleyways.The theme 'getting out there' will take on a whole new meaning today.
Today Guadalajara reveals itself in a different way when you cruise up to see the city from another vantage point at, Ceboruco – a now inactive volcano.
It last erupted from 1870-1875 and is a fabulous place to gain a panoramic perspective.
Today you’re free as a bird and that means exploring as much or as little of Puerto Vallarta as you like. Today you could find yourself speeding through the jungle on a zipline, or getting spending the day away at the beachside town of Sayulita.
Punta Mita is known for perfect beginner waves if surfing in a secluded bay is your thing, if not, then there are plenty of other activities on offer, including a ride on a pirate ship cruise compete with an acrobatic performance and fireworks. And for those keen to kick it right in downtown Puerto Vallarta, then head to some beachside watering holes for drinks, giant lobster feasting, swims and people watching.
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With floor-to-ceiling windows looking out over the city, the hotel restaurant makes a wonderful place to dine – whether it’s breakfast, lunch or dinner.
As you go, local guides will kindly impart their extensive knowledge on many interesting topics so you're in the know on anything and everything here.
Tonight, re-fuel with city eats, like enchiladas, tamales, tacos and even head out and get a little loco.
Our plane had mechanical problems at a previous destination which caused a chain reaction of delays. We departed closer to 3am and arrived 3 and a half hours late.
As I result I missed an appointment costing me .
The restaurant, for example, has floor-to-ceiling windows giving a grandstand view.