Casa Lucila Boutique Hotel

Olas Atlas 16, Mazatlan, Pacific Coast, 82000, Mexico | 4 star hotel
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on Olas Atlas 16, Mazatlan, is near El Faro Lighthouse, El Cid El Moro Beach, Golden Zone, and Valentino's & the Fiestaland Complex.
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    Travel Blogs from Mazatlan

    2 Year Wedding Anniversary

    A travel blog entry by hasemeyer on Aug 05, 2014

    13 photos

    Due to all Mazatlan hostels and hotels being full of vacationing Mexicans, Mark and I found an Airbnb to sleep in the spare room of a woman's house. She was friendly, gave us towells for the beach, mangos, and a delicious homemade breakfast of mango smoothie, yogurt, tortillas, rice, beans, and veggies. Yum. The city used to have dozens of cruise ships stop daily, but after the ...

    Old Mazatlan, a panga and a mercado

    A travel blog entry by bobnkaren on Jan 06, 2014

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... Latin America's all kind of blur together--interesting, fun and predictable. But Mazatlan's is by far the cleanest and best maintained. I wouldn't be afraid to buy beef, chicken, pork, fish--any of it here. There were no flies and even the fish market had no fishy smell. It was marvelous. Tall Bob tells us that fish laid out for sale one day is not allowed to be out the next day, too. They must have other strict rules also, because it ...

    El Pacifico, mi amigo

    A travel blog entry by rowannewman on Oct 23, 2012

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... Before you know what is going on you are at their mercy bobbling up and down, hanging on to reins, saddles and all sorts in all efforts to stay on the damn thing. Anyway I survive a enjoyed it! There is a video but only when the horse was walking as during anything more than a trot I was reciting the Lord's Prayer and clutching at anything that looked like it could save my life if I gripped it. Oh check out my sun ...

    Cycling days 22-24: La Paz

    A travel blog entry by hobos on Jan 09, 2011

    5 comments, 47 photos

    ... hitch" a ride on a cargo ship...darn. They do tell us there is a slightly cheaper ferry though, so Yannick investigates that option while Mel stumbles upon a place to buy 2 kilos (about 4 1/2 lbs) of shrimp for a pretty good price. Exploratory mission complete, we head back to the hotel to prepare dinner. Everyone has their task: buy groceries, de-shell and de-poop shrimp, dice veggies, squeeze limes, marinate ingredients, ...

    Kindness abounds from those with so little

    A travel blog entry by almadeleon on Dec 21, 2010

    ... night. We looked around our surroundings, we seemed alone until we heard the voices of two men across from us at a fish farm. These men were working at the fish farm, a farm for growing tilapia in huge tanks made of brick and they were there feeding the fish with a mixture of testosterone for the breeder fish, and other hormones for fast growth for the market fish. When I told them whatever hormone or additive you give to the fish, the people who eat it are ...