Casa Lucila Boutique Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
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... watched Mythbusters, ate nachos, and went to a shfancy restaurant (El Presidio) recommended to us by Mark's cousin. It was set in a re-done abandoned building, with a beautiful courtyard full of lights and vines. One of the prettiest places I have ever eaten. The food was delicious, and brought to the table in bird cages. Very hipster-classy of them. We ate so much that we almost ...
... of us and by leaving early we had a better chance of arriving at our next stop before dark. We didn’t relish running after dark among the long lines and nets that the locals use day and night. Once again we motored all day. The highlights were many sea turtles, each marked by a single seabird standing on their back! We also saw a few rays jumping as well as receiving a dolphin escort as we neared Isla Isabela. We had bypassed this island on the way ...
... available in first class and we were the only nonrevs listed. Since we aren't eligible for first class when traveling with Maya, we were really hoping some frequent flyers would get upgraded or someone would choose to pay to upgrade. Obviously something happened because first class ended up being full and we were given two seats next to each other in the very back of the plane. We were grateful to finally be on our way to Mazatlan.
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... and there had been no escape from the continuous roll. I found it easier to sleep in the salon, but Dois kept at it in the full berth until he looked like one of those freighters had run over him. We were tired. We decided to go into the inner City harbor to drop the hook and call Marina Mazatlan for information on entering the harbor, another 7 miles north.
I dislike the entrance to El Cid and Mazatlan Marinas immensely. It’s narrow, ...
... morning. First stop was the obligatory jewellery store...not to shop you understand...but rather to wait for the tour company to collect the day's customers from all over the city....the cruise ships....all-inclusives and those time-share resorts....and bring them to one place where they divide them up into various vans for the different tours people have purchased....it just "happens" to be a jewellery store!! So while we waited Deb found [actually, Tom found for me! - D] ...