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Learn Vallarta Malecón Sculpture Walks Continue
email this pageprint this pageemail usSandra Cesca - PVNN
November 01, 2010



Learn Vallarta's free Malecón Sculpture Walks will continue through the winter from 5:30-7 pm on Tuesday evenings.
The free and informative Malecón Sculpture Walks offered by Learn Vallarta will continue through the winter from 5:30-7 pm on Tuesday evenings. The walks begin at The Millennia sculpture at the north end of the Malecón, and end at the sculpture of Saint Pascual Bailon on the Malecón extension.

Puerto Vallarta is known for its stunning sunsets as well as its delightful bronze sculptures along the downtown beach walk. Enjoy both as you take an evening stroll along the Malecón with Learn Vallarta's friendly guides who will present background on each sculpture including dedication dates, artists' inspirations and anecdotal stories.

Beginning with The Millennium sculpture at the north end of the Malecón near the Rosita Hotel, the walk proceeds south ending at the sculpture of Saint Pascual Bailon on the Plaza of Chefs in front of Vitea Restaurant.

Along the way you will also experience other interesting scenes: sand sculptures along the ocean, the young man who balances muscle-straining rocks to create his own version of beach sculpture, the flying Voladores from Veracruz, perhaps a mime or two, and a quick explanation of the popular and refreshing drink "tuba" which you may purchase from the local vendors for $10-15 pesos. The Los Arcos Amphitheater, which is adjacent to the Friendship Fountain and the Angel of Hope statue, can be enjoyed for its evening clown shows and other free performances.

No reservations are necessary; just meet at The Millennium sculpture at the north end of the Malecón near the Rosita Hotel. This walk, which is normally $18 USD/person, is being offered as a complimentary activity by Learn Vallarta. Learn Vallarta delivers personal and helpful assistance to anyone interested in learning more about this charming tropical environment and its friendly people as a place to visit or live.

Located at Atmosfera #194 in downtown Puerto Vallarta, Learn Vallarta's office hours are Monday through Saturday from 9 am to 7 pm. For more information, call (322) 223-1566 in PV or 1-888-856-3120 toll free from the US & Canada, send an email to info(at)learnvallarta.com or visit their website at LearnVallarta.com.

Learn Vallarta is a new service in town dedicated to education and cultural integration. Owned and operated by two Americans and their staff who live in Vallarta fulltime, they deliver personal and helpful assistance in learning more about this charming tropical environment and its friendly people... especially recommended if you are thinking of moving here. For more information, call them toll-free at 1-888-856-3120 or visit their website at LearnVallarta.com.

Click HERE for more Learn Vallarta information.



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