Old Mazatlan Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... was very proud to share the history of Old Mazatlan. We were especially pleased that he spoke very good English since we were with him for several hours, walking the narrow streets of this historic town.
There is a very strong police presence in town. Nancy was talking with a fellow passenger who told her the cruise ships had stopped coming here because one cruise tour bus had been held up. The cruise companies have recently started coming ...
On the second day of our stay in Mazatlan we went to the Mercado Central. It was quite the place. It easily covered several acres. It is one of the largest markets in Mexico and is housed in a building built with the same technique as the Eiffel Tower. Evidently it's the only one of its kind in the world. It’s over a hundred years old and still going strong. Everything from pigs heads to shoes was being sold as well ...
... to stay because we’d rather avoid sleeping in the car. I have nothing to lose and my evil side knows that guilt is a powerful weapon. Half an hour later I get an email recommending a B&B called “Casa de Leyendas”. I go to their web site and the place looks awesome but I can’t find the exact address or the complete phone number, only a partial one (Mexico’s phone area codes work in mysterious ways). I send an email, praying that they ...
... proud of and valuable to have such a skill.
They invited us to eat, they had made fish stew, with 2 different kinds of fish and some crabs, all of which they caught right at the beach where we were camping. They were kind and very respectful of us as older women perhaps, they also seemed to enjoy our company, they were very hospitable they were proud to offer us homemade from scratch tortillas made right there with masa, and water, and cooked over a wood ...
The beautiful weather of the winter time on the Mexican Riviera stayed with us as we enter the port of Mazatlan, a thriving commercial seaport on the western side of Mexico. It is located across the Gulf of California from the southern tip of the Baja peninsula of Mexico. The name of Mazatlan is from the Nahuatl Indians, who are the oldest documented residents of the area. The name means "place of the deer". The Spanish used the city as a sea port and it was also used ...