One way to find the best “Comida Mexicana” (authentic Mexican food) is to go where local families go.
It seems as if Café de Olla in Puerto Vallarta is always stuffed with Mexican families and tourists alike, all really enjoying their food and “delightfully stiff” drinks. And this has been going on for years, so you know it’s a solid, well-run place. I’ve always found the service gracious, and the food has always surpassed my high expectations. Continue reading “Authentic Mexican Food Delicious at Vallarta’s Café de Olla”
I came to Puerto Vallarta on vacation and after only one day, I decided to stay. This is one of the most fun and interesting cities in the world.
I was very lucky to choose the very best area of Vallarta by first coming to Old Town.
Also called the Romantic Zone and Viejo Vallarta, this part of the city has old-time charm with cobblestone streets overlooking Banderas Bay.
The beaches are the best in town and Los Muertos pier is great for people watching. People from all over the world mix with Mexican families to enjoy this wonderful, fun area of Old Vallarta.
By the way, muertos means dead so it’s the pier of the dead and the beach of the dead. You can ride a galleon and hear the 150-year old story that pirates were killed and laid out on Los Muertos beach.
Fully-furnished condos for 2 to 4 people, with kitchen and equipped with everything you need to spend a happy holiday, including cable TV, Internet, and weekly cleaning service.
Just 3 blocks from Los Muertos Beach, these condos are conveniently located within a few steps of the restaurants and nightlife in the Romantic Zone, and close to the Malecón in downtown Puerto Vallarta.
Daily: High Season $55-$75, Low Season $30-$45 Weekly: High Season $350-$500, Low Season $200-$300 Monthly: Available in low season
Costa Linda has two non-penthouse apartments available right now for monthly, weekly, or daily rental. Both are great deals, and it’s hard to choose between the two.
Studio Number 8 has an outstanding ocean view from its balcony, and offers a king-size bed instead of the two queens, a dining area, tiled kitchen, and a tiled bathroom with a shower — and a palm-tree mural on the wall.
Walk to Los Muertos, Old Town, El Centro, the Malecon. South Old Town above the Tropicana on highway 200, km 1.5. 1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom units. The best unit is probably #15. It had the nicest view, furniture, etc. Balconies with ocean views and city views. Kitchen, cable TV, Internet available, small pool. See price sheet below. Penthouse #13 photos:Continue reading “Costa Linda Penthouses, Amapas-Old Town ~ $1000 to $1300 a month”
Commercial with living areas: Casa Lucy in the center of Old Town, gated, ground floor house, 4 Bedrooms/4 Bathrooms, large living room, partly furnished with sofas, desk, tables, massage tables, tastefully decorated, lots of plants and artwork, cute, $1500 a month includes gas. Internet available.
Gated, ground floor house, 4 Bedrooms/4 Bathrooms, large living room, partly furnished with sofas, desk, tables, massage tables, tastefully decorated, lots of plants and artwork, cute, $1500 a month includes gas. Internet available.
Fabulous 2 bedroom 1 Bathroom condo located just 2 short blocks from popular Los Muertos Beach and all the charm & energy of the Romantic Zone with sidewalk cafes, boutiques, art galleries, nightlife and world class people watching.