Puerto Vallarta, Mexico an Unforgettable Experience
When I was fifteen, I visited the beautiful beach city of Puerto Vallarta. I was only there for two days, but they were an unforgettable two days. I never forgot the beautiful hotel and the wonderful hospitality I received there. When my family and I went to have dinner at the hotel restaurant, they treated us like royalty. The food was marvelous.
I never forgot the beautiful pool area the umbrellas that were made of palm leaves. It was beautifully designed. We had breakfast on the patio, and what a fantastic breakfast it was. The beach is so beautiful; the waters were wonderful for bathing in. I couldn’t make up my mind whether I want to swim in the pool or the beach. The people at the hotel were very friendly. The hotel offered a variety of tours.
My family and I took a tour across the town. It was amazing. We got to see Elizabeth Taylor’s Puerto Vallarta resident. We also got to see incredible views of the ocean and beach while riding to the town. I got to see my first Venus flytrap while being shown around by the tour guide. The town was spectacular. The town had so many shops to choose from, with incredible shoes and purses. I will never forget the incredible restaurant we dined at. The food was scrumptious and the cheesecake they served there was out of this world. One word of advice, my mom got the Montezuma Revenge, so be careful not to drink the water. Be careful when eating any fruit. If you feel funny, throw up immediately, that way you are less likely to get sick.
If you are looking for a vacation spot that is friendly, beautiful and affordable, check out Puerto Vallarta. A great way to celebrate Cinco de Mayo would be to visit Mexico. If you do choose to do that, then check out the beautiful, relaxing and scenic Puerto Vallarta.
Liz Taylor's Residence in Puerto Vallarta
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