There are Pedestrian Zones, and Then There are Pedestrian Zones. We Happen to Like This One!

Puerto Vallarta was, until not really so very long ago, a small fishing village on Mexico’s Pacific Coast reachable only by boat. No road went there. No planes landed there. You wouldn’t know that now. Access has improved. Just 189 miles by a good highway from Guadalajara (and only a bit over 3 hours by air from Denver), Puerto Vallarta landed on everyone’s map after Night of the Iguana was filmed in 1963. Elizabeth Taylor…

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