Lives in Chicago, Illinois
Since Aug 2009
An independent world traveler, boat captain, food lover.
Neighbourhoods, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Piers & Boardwalks
Historic Walking Areas
Piers & Boardwalks
Always voted No1 Breakfast in PV. Great service, affordable food.
A lot to see. Just wander along the main streets but check out the streets further away from the beach. Lots of interesting stores and places for a drink or eat.
Best at night with it's changing colors. Close to great restaurants. Very romantic.
One of my top favorites to eat. Friendly service. Great food and AIRCON when its hot outside!
It reminds me of fish and chips in Yorkshire - the home of F&C. All you can eat on Fridays but its just as good earlier in the week - you won't go home hungry.
So much to see. So many shops. Explore all of the streets.
Very affordable food. Great for a large group of people when you can share several fajita plates.
Classy food and drinks and not too expensive. How can you not have a daiquiri! Asian Chicken Salad please!
A lot better than the average tourist trap. A good evenings entertainment.
This improves every year. A lot of orchids and other local flowers. Beware the cocktails. I can't cope with two.
What watching is their best trip (jan-Feb) but also consider their sails to Yelapa or the Marietas for snorkeling.
Get away from the crowds and enjoy a more secluded beach.
Very european food. Sumptuous menu, well presented. Romantic and quiet.
Walk the full length. Take time to look at the statues and art, the entertainers and the musicians.
Eat like a local. Plain restaurant but great food.
Bruce is a gem! Personal service and a warm welcome. The food is excellent and you won't go home hungry. The wine selection is great and very affordable.
A 'hole-in-the-wall' with authentic local food. Tony has been in business for many years, even though the songwriter misspelled the name (Tony's Place).