Tag: Princess Cruises
Our final port of call on our Princess cruise to Mexico was Puerto Vallarta, and once again we were blessed with mild temperatures and a beautiful sunny sky. The shore excursion I'd booked promised "Rare spirits and traditions at a private countryside resort," but we first stopped in downtown PV for an opportunity to stroll the Malecón and do a little shopping.
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The second port of call on our Princess cruise to Mexico in March was Mazatlán, and as with Cabo San Lucas, we were blessed with beautiful weather. Unlike Cabo, Mazatlán boasts a deep port and a modern cruise terminal, so once the ship was tied up, we were able to come and go without having to catch a tender to shore.
A few weeks ago I wrote about visiting San José del Cabo on a Princess Cruises shore excursion during our first port of call visit on our seven-day Mexican Riviera cruise aboard the brand-new Discovery Princess. I really only covered half of our experiences there, for after our wanderings and beer tasting in the historic town center, we bumped our way over dirt roads and along a dry riverbed to an organic oasis just a few miles from town but seemingly a world away.
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