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The Vallarta Palace – Concluding our Vacation with a Bang!

The Vallarta Palace – Concluding our Vacation with a Bang!

November 8, 2010 No Comments It had been a wonderfully relaxing and enjoyable family reunion with my three boys and my parents at the Vallarta Palace in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. After the dolphins and waterpark adventure of the previous day, we elected to lie relatively low for our last day of complete and total indulgence at this amazing resort. Believe ...

 

Vallarta Palace–Dolphins and Karaoke!

Vallarta Palace–Dolphins and Karaoke!

November 3, 2010 1 Comment Our week at the Puerto Vallarta Palace had been a relaxing, indulgent, stress-free and wonderful time thus far. We had had a great amount of beach time, pool time, play time, entertainment–and food. Especially food. So much food, in fact, that I had switched from wearing bikinis to one-piece bathing suits, and nearly every piece ...

 

Activities and Pampering at the Vallarta Palace

Activities and Pampering at the Vallarta Palace

October 28, 2010 No Comments This is the third installment about my family’s recent trip to the Vallarta Palace in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.   Part 1: Getting the Royal Treatment at the Vallarta Palace Part 2: Puerto Vallarta Palace – Living Like Kings and Queens The boys woke up early in anticipation of the exciting day they were going to have. ...

 

Puerto Vallarta Palace – Living Like Kings and Queens

Puerto Vallarta Palace – Living Like Kings and Queens

October 23, 2010 2 Comments After a long day of travel and a fun-filled first day (Getting the Royal Treatment at the Vallarta Palace) at Puerto Vallarta,  no one bothered to get up terribly early the next morning.  It felt good to sleep in for a change, and it was about 9 a.m. before we dressed and went down to breakfast at Mar ...

 

Getting the Royal Treatment at the Vallarta Palace

Getting the Royal Treatment at the Vallarta Palace

October 12, 2010 3 Comments Right off the bat, I was not thrilled. About the idea of traveling to Mexico by myself–or rather, with my three boys (as my husband, who was working, could not come along). It was to be a mini-family reunion with me, my kids, and their grandparents, who were flying out from New Jersey to meet ...