Puerto Vallarta is a beautiful city. Built into the side of the mountains, it rivals some of the great Mediterranean cities as far as beauty in some areas. We took a taxi into town one afternoon and enjoyed a meal at Señor Frogs. On our last full day, we took a bus tour that took us into town, around the expensive home area, into the jungle, and eventually to a marvelous tequila distillery and an authentic Mexican seafood restaurant.

In and Around Puerto Vallarta

Our layover in Dallas

Our first glimpse of Puerto Vallarta

Our Lady of Guadalupe in the heart of the city

At Señor Frogs, Alicia got one sign over her head...

...but Dana’s produced better results

Taxi/Foot TourTraveling

Church of San Miguel Archangel in El Pitillal

Bus Tour

A look at where the other half live

Tequila begins with the blue agave plant (tl), crushing the fibers and adding water (tr), running it through a distillery twice (bl), and then tasting it to make sure it is good (br)

A nice authentic Mexican seafood lunch

Around the area

Traveling HomeThought Bubble: Cloud: I am so sick and tired of having my picture taken
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Around Puerto Vallarta

Paradise Beach Resort

Trainer for a Day

Zipline Canopy Adventure

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