November 2009by Liz Drayton
Taking a deep breath to recover from the thrill of seeing Las Manderinas Villa (MIT MAN), we headed back into Puerto Vallarta town for a quick drive around the downtown and to have lunch at Tinto’s, one of PVs favorite cafes. We headed up to the second floor balcony and looked out over the street below to the hustle and bustle of people coming to and from the Malecon as we dined on Oysters Vallarta and Marlin and Crab Burritos. There is so much more to discover in and around Puerto Vallarta, I fully understand the attraction, and what keeps people coming back for more.
For those clients who seek a cultural experience, in an area with a sense of history and intrigue, with stunning views and a certain sense of adventure, and who don’t mind being in the shadow of tall resorts … Puerto Vallarta is a wonderful place to be.
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