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I had been living in the Marina of the town of Puerto Vallarta. It had been a great time so far and I had been happy to wake up in the townhouse by all the boats. We had previously visited famous towns in the area including Bucerias, Yelapa, Nueveo Vallarta and Sayulita. I had also been traveling up along the coast of Mexico and stopped in famous places like Zihuatanejo, Manzanillo, Acapulco, La Paz, Cabo San Lucas and many more places. If you like Mexico, don’t forget to check those videos out also.
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If you are wondering which are the best restaurant to eat right at the beach, today we share our top 5 of the best restaurants to eat delicious while having your feet on the sand and the ocean breeze n your face, also are great choices to have some dinner, and enjoy the magic of Puerto Vallarta.
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Also have access to the expansive rooftop deck, with Amazing Ocean-Views,and Fireworks every night!!, barbecue grills, lounge chairs and hammocks to enjoy the weather, the ocean and the tropical breeze, two blocks away from the beach and Malecon!
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Today friends, we are shopping at Costco, Puerto Vallarta. Have you wondered what is Costco like here in Mexico?
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My video on Cost of living in Mexico in 2021 with detailed costs and tips on finding best deals for rent, car rentals etc. : https://youtu.be/GvsI0mDc78U
My video on Cost of Living in Bucerias in 2021 : https://youtu.be/zxg30o8zK9I
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Parte del Malecón de Puerto Vallarta Jalisco México, vista desde un dron en el día y la noche Diciembre de 2019 https://www.puertovallarta.net/espanol/que-hacer/malecon-de-vallarta
Desde la década de 1930 Puerto Vallarta ha tenido un Malecón, comienza en el extremo norte a un lado del Hotel Rosita – también uno de los más antiguos de la ciudad – y sigue el borde del mar hasta la plaza Aquiles Serdan, a un costado del Museo Naval cerca de la plaza principal y la Parroquia Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe (la “catedral”).
Es la parte más activa del centro de Puerto Vallarta, hay una gran cantidad de tiendas, restaurantes, bares y discotecas a lo largo del malecón. La mayor parte del antes llamado paseo Díaz Ordaz y el malecón está cerrado a automóviles, autobuses y taxis, por lo que podrá caminar con calma, sin temor a accidentes y libre de smog y ruido. Hay una pista dedicada a bicicletas, por lo que encontrarás tanto ciclistas como skaters (ojo).
El malecón de Puerto Vallarta fue remodelado hace algunos años, la mayoría de los lugareños no estaban muy contentos de que les hayan afectado su paseo y sus recuerdos, pero fue mejor planeado y mejorado al agregar lugares para descansar, muchas palmeras y vegetación, por lo que es un lugar ideal para un paseo familiar, para disfrutar del mar, las olas, los pequeños tramos de playa, desayunar u otras comidas en uno de los muchos restaurantes.
Hay muchas cosas que hacer en Puerto Vallarta, en el paseo marítimo hay espectáculos públicos y eventos. A mitad de camino por el paseo marítimo, junto al Señor Frog’s, encontrarás a los Voladores de Papantla, dando vueltas alrededor de un poste, desafiando la gravedad y mostrando un valor extremo, están los payasos, la música y los espectáculos de baile en Los Arcos, el anfiteatro, las esculturas de arena, los expertos en equilibrio de rocas y mucho más.
Se dice que el Malecón de Puerto Vallarta es el corazón de la ciudad, pero una cosa es segura, si visita el centro de Puerto Vallarta, debe incluir un día (al menos) para visitar el Malecón , no te arrepentirás.
Enlace a la página de Malecon Puerto Vallarta México, consejos de viaje de Puerto Vallarta y otros consejos sobre qué hacer en Puerto Vallarta: https://www.puertovallarta.net/espanol/que-hacer/malecon-de-vallarta
Partial view of the Puerto Vallarta Mexico Malecon, View from a drone during the day and at night in December 2019 https://www.puertovallarta.net/what_to_do/puerto-vallarta-malecon
Since the 1930’s Puerto Vallarta has had a Malecon (boardwalk, seaside promenade) it starts off on the north end right by Hotel Rosita, also one of the oldest in town and follows the edge of the sea all the way to Aquiles Serdan square, by the Naval Museum close to the main square and the Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish (the “cathedral”).
It’s the most active part of downtown Puerto Vallarta, there are a large number of stores, restaurants, bars and nightclubs along the Malecon. Most of it is now closed to cars, buses and taxis, so you’ll be able to walk calmly, without fear of accidents and free from smog and noise. There is a dedicated area with bike lanes, so you’ll find both bikers and skateboarders.
The Puerto Vallarta Malecon was remodelled some years ago, most locals were not too happy to have their memories meddled with, but it was better planned and improved by adding places to rest, lots of palm trees and vegetation, making it an ideal place for a family outing, to enjoy the sea, the waves, the small stretches of beach, eat breakfast or some other meal in one of the many great restaurants
There are lots of things to do in Puerto Vallarta, on the boardwalk, there are public shows and spectacles. Halfway along the boardwalk, by Señor Frog’s, you’ll find the Papantla Flying Men (Pole Flyers) that soar through the air around a pole, defying gravity and showing extreme courage, there are the clowns, music and dance shows at the Los Arcos Amphitheater, the sand sculptures, the rock balancing experts and much more.
So if you are asking yourself what to do in Puerto Vallarta, your best place to start finding your perfect Puerto Vallarta activities in the seaside promenade, the Puerto Vallarta boardwalk.
Link to Malecon Puerto Vallarta Mexico page, Puerto Vallarta Travel tips and other Puerto Vallarta what to do tips: https://www.puertovallarta.net/what_to_do/puerto-vallarta-malecon
Who doesn’t love tacos? In this video, we want to take you on a taco tour in one of our favorite cities in the world, Puerto Vallarta. So be sure to try one of these establishments if you haven’t done so while in Puerto Vallarta!
Taqueria Guero Vargas: https://g.page/Elguerovargas?share
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Cost of living Puerto Vallarta. Where to find the cheap rentals, different areas around the Bay of Banderas Part I
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This video is part one of an in-depth series on the cost of living, moving to, living in, or traveling in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, and surrounding areas. I’m Sandy Ingram your hostess here on Budget Retirement Options. I lived in the Puerto Vallarta area for a little over five years. Since that time, I have continued to travel throughout Mexico even while spending phase one and phase two of the pandemic in Mexico. Be sure to subscribe to the channel the coming videos in this series provides details on the cost of living, rentals, different areas surrounding the Bay of Banderas, transportation, and food costs, along with money-saving tips for ex-pats long term and snowbird travelers.
Hi, this is Sandy, and welcome back. Welcome to the lecture on where to live and the cost of living.
Let’s start with rentals. You may not want to purchase real estate until you’ve lived in a retirement destination for at least six months or a winter and a summer. Rents in Puerto Vallarta average start at $250 a month up to about $2 200 a month that’s on the average of course there are much higher rents than $2200 a month. To find a $250 a month rental, visit the online publication Mano a Mano.com. Now, this is classified information I don’t expect that you will run out and tell everyone what I am sharing with you. This is the local’s paper or newspaper and you will need to be able to read Spanish in order to benefit from all the different, different, rentals that are available for around $250 $300 a month. Now in many cases or some cases you will read that the, utilities are included, in other cases, the utilities are not included and we’ll talk about that in this lecture. Now the rental zones around the Bay of Banderas area which is 62 miles long from one point, from the, south shore to the north shore is 62 miles long. Now I always include the
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Hotels look to increase their occupancy. Did you get your first dose in the US? You MAY be able to get the second one here. SEAPAL announces more maintenance work around town. PLUS a few leisurely activities for this weekend.
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From today’s broadcast:
Local hotels hope to increase pandemic occupancy limitations. https://vallartaindependiente.com/2021/06/03/piden-hoteleros-aumentar-su-capacidad-al-menos-al-70/
If you are Mexican and received your first Covid-19 vaccine shot abroad, you can receive the second one here, but only for Pfizer. https://vallartaindependiente.com/2021/06/03/mexicanos-que-fuero-a-usa-a-vacunarse-podran-tener-la-segunda-dosis-en-mexico/
Cassandra Shaw is the featured artist of the week at Qulture today! https://www.facebook.com/events/209083407718443/
Learn paper mache with Ernesto Guerra! https://www.facebook.com/events/858884671639325/
Explore the bazaar at Comedor Versalles tomorrow! https://www.facebook.com/events/146831850762954/
Hey welcome to my channel! My name is Tally from the Valley. In this video I vlogged my experience in Puerto Vallarta with my friend Mika! Comment below where we should travel next!
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My first time in Puerto Vallarta! Filmed by my Grandma!
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