BTW, I can't stand TS BS, but I just smile, exchange a few kind words and thank you and good bye and on to other matters.
Don't know what airport you have been going to but PV has 3 taxi booths plus the one at the parking lot exit. I have never been attacked by taxi drivers. If you choose to bypass the booth option and walk out the door you will have someone ask you or your porter (if you have one) if you want a taxi. Then you stop and pay at the booth exiting the parking lot and you get a receipt from the cashier. Just make sure if the taxi driver doesn't give you the receipt that you ask for it. In over 20 years of going to PV I have not had a problem, it's not hard unless you make it that way.most places have a booth with a big taxi sign, if you want a taxi you go to the booth, and our not attacted by 10 screaming taxi drivers, you'd think they would protect there tourism industry better
As of June 1, 2010 Marianna was still operating with total impunity at Tino's. She appears as the establishment greeter at the top of the stairs, takes good care of you, gains your trust, then starts the pitch as you are winding up dinner. We were a party of six, departed with bad feelings, and told the manager we would never come back as long as this stuff happens. Too many good places to frequent in PV where you are not bothered. Regards, Harrythisisthis wrote:always loved Tino´s in Pitillal, so we went to their newest location in el centro the other evening. we were approached by Marianna, who we believed, and who led us to believe, that she was a Tino´s employee. after chatting briefly, she left us, only to return again later in our meal and finally the timeshare solicitation for Grand Mayan, would pay us $200, . . . we said no, but she kept talking. we should have been more firm, but didn´t want to lose our temper in the restaurant. if you don´t want to spoil your entire evening, AVOID TINO´S AND THE TIMESHARE SALESWOMAN MARIANNA.