The best things to do in Puerto Vallarta, from beach resorts to cruise ships

SAN JUAN, Puerto Valladaas — You know you’re in paradise when you can just walk up to the beach and take a dip.

That’s what a couple of Miami-based cruise line companies are offering this week.

They’ve come up with their own vacations in and around the island, and it’s so worth a visit.

Here’s how it works: The cruise lines are bringing in some of the best beaches in the world, including the hottest and most popular in Puerto Rico, the biggest in the U.S., and a place that’s home to the world’s tallest skyscraper.

They’ll also bring in some world-class attractions like the world-famous Puerto Vallavian Cruises.

They’re all designed for guests who want a little bit of the exotic, too, with some of them being as close to the island as you can get.

Here’s how you can plan your trip:Day 1: From Miami, head to the beautiful island of Puerto Vallajas.

Here, it’s possible to get a free tour and stay for one night, even if you don’t want to go on a cruise.

You can also rent a boat for two nights and have a chance to see some of Puerto Rico’s most iconic sights, like the stunning San Juan Bay.

The island is known for its tropical fruits, which you can buy at the supermarket, or from local vendors.

Day 2: The next day, take a day trip on the world famous Puerto Valladolid cruise ship.

It’s one of the most popular cruise lines in the Caribbean, with a stop in St. Kitts, Saint Lucia and Barbados.

The ship is also popular for sightseeing.

Day 3: If you don-t want to visit the island for a day, you can still make a trip to the other side of the world and stay in a beautiful resort in the Dominican Republic.

For the price of a single day in Puerto Verdes, you’ll have a spectacular Caribbean experience, plus a chance at seeing some of its best sights.

Day 4: Day 5: Take a daytrip on a luxury yacht to Puerto Vallados.

You’re guaranteed to be mesmerized by its stunning beaches and the city’s historic architecture.

The most popular option is the luxury Vigo.

It is one of those luxury cruises that can be booked by the day, with the option to book two days.

Day 6: On a cruise ship, you get to experience the best of Puerto Verde, with it’s beaches and famous resorts.

It also has some of Europe’s best attractions, such as the Grand Punta Cana, the Punta de Tocos in Puerto Parejo and the Palacio de los Muertos in San Cristobal.

Day 7: Head to Puerto Verdad for a more private experience, with your own private balcony overlooking the city, and get a taste of what it’s like to live on a Caribbean island.

You’ll also get to visit some of San Cristóbal’s famous landmarks, such the Basilica de San Cristón and the Palace of the Sacred Heart.

Day 8: If that wasn’t enough, you may want to explore Puerto Verdades historic Old Town, which includes the ruins of a Roman legion.

If you have the money to splurge on a private boat, you might even see the most famous buildings in PuertoVerde, including San Cristíbal Palace, the Palaces of San Juan and the Basilicas of San José and Santa Marta.

Day 9: You can take a leisurely walk around the Caribbean island of Vieques, which is famous for its beaches and resorts.

You should definitely check out its tourist attractions, including La Leche Leaguea, which houses the world renowned Vieques Beach Club.

It offers a unique option for a private beach vacation.

Day 10: Enjoy a tour of the nearby island of Guayana.

The tourist attractions include the La Línea Palace and the Bamboo House, where you can watch the sunrise and sunsets.

You can even get a look at some of this island’s oldest monuments, like La San Juan de Guayas, which was built in 1792 and is considered one of Puerto Veal’s greatest monuments.

Day 11: If all of that isn’t enough for you, take your time and enjoy the view at the historic Palacio del Prado in San Pedro Sula.

The Palacio is home to Puerto Vieques famous cathedral, which has been decorated with frescoes of saints.

It has a magnificent view of the sea, and is the most visited site in Puerto Vaya.

Day 12: If your time is limited, then you can try a cruise on the Caribbean ship Carnival Magic.

Carnival Magic, a luxury cruise ship that has stops in Saint Kitts and Saint Lucia, will take you on