San Diego & Puerto Vallarta

San Diego is the eighth-largest city in the United States and second-largest city in California. Puerto Vallarta is a Mexican balneario resort city situated on the Pacific Ocean's Bahía de Banderas. 5.0/5

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Delta Launching New Seattle Service to Popular Ski and Beach Destinations (May 27, 2014) - Delta this fall will add new service from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport to popular ski and beach destinations, including Spokane; Maui; Bozeman; Calgary, Alberta; Cabo San Lucas, Mexico; and Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. This will give Seattle-area travelers more choice as the airline continues growing its domestic and international network in the Emerald City. All new international destinations are pending foreign government approval, and Puerto Vallarta service is awaiting U.S. government approval and is not yet available for sale. Delta began nonstop international service in March to London-Heathrow and will begin nonstop service to Seoul and Hong Kong on June 2 and 16, respectively. The airline is in the process of beginning significant new Seattle growth to markets including San Francisco, Fairbanks, Juneau, San Jose, CA; San Diego; Vancouver, British Columbia; Portland, OR.; Phoenix; Palm Springs; Tucson; an ...
**Call us today for reservations** The Smooth Jazz Cruise October 12 - 19, 2013: The annual Smooth Jazz Cruise is making its return this fall with a weeklong Mexican Riviera sailing aboard Holland America's Westerdam. As the ship makes its way from San Diego to Puerto Vallarta and Cabo San Lucas, passengers will be treated to a host of performances by jazz artists including Marcus Miller, David Sanborn, Oleta Adams, Alonzo Bodden, Kenny Lattimore and nearly two dozen other performers, as well as events hosted by some of your favorites such as Candy Dulfer and Jonathan Butler. Rates start at $1,875 per person for an inside cabin.
The Smooth Jazz Cruise has never failed to live up to its reputation as "The Greatest Party at Sea." Our next cruises will sail on Holland America's m/s Westerdam from San Diego, CA to Cabo San Lucas, Puerto Vallarta, Bahia Magdalena on October 12-19, 2013 and on m/s Eurodam from Ft. Lauderdale, FL...
Demand for the inaugural Soul Train Cruise was so great that organizers had two choices. They could get a bigger ship or they could book a second voyage. They decided on the latter and the second Soul Train Cruise in 2013 departs San Diego Oct. 5 with Earth, Wind & Fire; Gladys Knight; Jeffrey Osborne and more. Now both coasts have a Soul Train Cruise. Created to celebrate the legacy of Soul Train TV host Don Cornelius who tragically chose to end his own life earlier this year, the sold-out first adventure features a boatload of famous R&B performers such as Patti LaBelle, WAR, Kool & The Gang, The O’Jays and George Duke. The cruise departs Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Feb. 17. The newly announced second Soul Train Cruise steams out of San Diego on Holland America’s MS Westerdam Oct. 5, returning Oct. 12. With Cabo San Lucas as the destination, the voyage includes two days in Puerto Vallarta and scenic cruising of Baha Magdalena. As with the first Soul Train Cruise the second high-seas adventure is packed s ...
We got home late last night from a 15 day cruise throw the Panama Canal. What a great trip. We were at Cartagena Colombia, Colon Panama next day we cruised the Canal. It took the whole day. It was so interesting. Than we went to Costa Rica, Guatemala, Puerto Vallarta, and Cobo back to San Diego. What a great time. I feel so lucky to be able to see all of these thing's God sure has been good to us. I Got to spend Thanksgiving with My Daughter,Husband and Grandson's We had Hamburger's and Hot dog's. Ha It was a great day,
Most of the boat repairs and upgrades are done. Been in this Oakland boat yard for almost a month. Heading offshore this AM under the Golden Gate Bridge. Plans are to go past San Diego and check into mex at Ensenada around Tuesday. Then head to Cabo and get to Puerto Vallarta (sp) between the 15th and 18th. Need crew in December and again in late January. December will be spent sailing Bandaras Bay (sp) out of PV. Late January will be PV to Mazatlan (sp) and La Paz. Subject to many changes of plans along the way.
Stoney Creek to Toronto, Ontario to Fort Lauderdale, Florida to Cartegena Columbia, to Colon Panama, then through the Panama Canal, to Puntarenas Costa Rica, to Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico to San Diego, California to Toronto, Ontario and back to Stoney Creek, Ontario with numerous sea days in between. And so begins the 15 day Panama Canal cruise that I've been waiting all year for. It will be over before I know it! Cheers!
Gary's mom has just booked us on a 15 day cruise thru the Panama Canal in Sept. as a "belated honeymoon" gift. I am a bit excited as this is a trip I have always wanted to take. We leave from San Diego, with a few stops in Mexico (Puerto Vallarta, Cabo etc.), then to Guatamala and Costa Rica, all on the Pacific side, thru the Canal to Panama and Columbia, SA ending in Miami. Sounds good to me! Thanks, Marion...
Pat and I just got back from a months vacation, 2 weeks with my daughter Susan in Florida plus a 16 day cruise to the Panama Canal with many friends. We left from San Diego, California, making stops at Cabo San Lucas in Baha, Mexico; the second port was Puerto Vallarta in Mexico, then Puerto Quetzel in GUatenala where we seen the colonial Antiqua; the forth port was Puntarenas, Costa Rica, visiting the coffee and sugar plantations; then a day thru the Panama Canal; the last stop was Cartagena, Columbia. Returned to Fort Lauderdale where we met Millie, a friend from our days at Rartian Arsenal. It was a great trip.
Thank you to all who wished me a happy birthday! We have returned from our trip. Cruising is great. 18 days on a ship. First, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on to Cartagena, Panama Canal, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Puerto Vallarta, Cabo San Lucas, San Diego, Vancouver, then home. Loved it all...we agreed that we could have just stayed on the ship and headed to Alaska. Retirement is fantastic!
Returned today from a wonderful 17 day cruise through the incredible Panama Canal. Stops included Colombia, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Puerto Vallarta, Cabo, San Diego and Vancouver BC (well sort of - we arrived about 8 hours late due to some rockin' n rollin' we encountered in the Pacific). Glad to be home~~~
In Miami going to Cartagna, Colombia..Costa Rica, Panama Canal making are way to Puerto Vallarta, Cabo San Lucas, San Diego and all the up to Alaska..What a Cruise!!
Going cruising on Celebrity this week. We are leaving from Fort Lauderdale and ending up in Seattle. In between we're going to Columbia, through the Panama Canal and stopping in Costa Rica, Puerto Vallarta, Cabo San Lucas and San Diego
House sitter ready to sit! Reservations made, bags packed! We are off on a 19 day cruise from Ft Lauderdale to San Diego thru the Panama Canal. Will be visiting Grand Turk, Curacao, Aruba and various ports in Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Guatemala and Mexico. Not wine country but the cerveza and margaritas should be plentiful. Will be in Puerto Vallarta for Cinco de Mayo! Should be a great trip! DW
Timothy Real Estate Group's Taniel Chemsian flew into San Diego this month to attend a red carpet charity fundraiser held at The Cuvier Club for the West Coast premiere of the House Hunters International episode that was recently filmed here in Puerto Vallarta.
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