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Puerto Vallarta


from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A city of west-central Mexico on the Pacific Ocean west of Guadalajara. It is a popular coastal resort. Population: 178,000.


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  • He suggests you choose a destination with a social atmosphere such as Puerto Vallarta and stay close to the centre of the town.


  • Popular tourist destinations such as Puerto Vallarta, the Mayan Riviera and Hualtuco have not been singled out, although the resort towns of Cabo San Lucas and Acapulco are located the affected states of Baja California and Guerrero.

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  • Sometimes she is in Guadalajara, where she is from, but sometimes she is in Puerto Vallarta or Los Angeles, where she was born.

    Down and Delirious in Mexico City

  • Blissfully authentic, the town whose official name is San Francisco has mercifully avoided the cruise ship crowds and cookie-cutter condos that curse Puerto Vallarta, just an hour south.

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  • This played over and over in my head on my way down to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico to capture Corman on set while he filmed his latest film, Dinoshark.

    Alex Stapleton: Tales From the Roger Corman School of Filmmaking

  • The laid-back Mexican beach town of San Pancho, just an hour north of Puerto Vallarta, may be the best-kept secret in polo.

    Scenes From La Patrona Polo Club

  • Puerto Vallarta flights will launch in early December.

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  • The St. Regis Punta Mita Resort in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, is extending its luxury experience beyond the beach with a 70-foot yacht available for short trips around Banderas Bay.

    New on the Travel Scene

  • Mr. Gaxiola de la Huerta, a stout, 42-year-old former insurance manager who moved to Puerto Vallarta in 1998, said he prefers that first-time kayak fishing clients try embarking from the beach and fishing for smaller fish close to shore.

    Big Fish vs. Small Boat

  • I intended to try somewhere new and reconnect with friends when I exchanged our tickets incurring a $75 per ticket fee to Puerto Vallarta for cheaper flights to Southern California.

    Crai S. Bower: No Passport With Somewhere to Go -- Making Lemonade in Southern California


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