City Express Mazatlan
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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... and the funeral procession began. An enormous solid coffin lifted high by very strong men needed to carry it thru the streets and up the steep hills. A mariachi band playing suitable somber durges and a procession of large floral wreathes on tall frames. The cathedral bell tolling deeply. The return to Mexico City was long and we arrived at our hotel through heavy traffic at 8pm. The traffic leaving the city bumper to bumper. Not a good city to commute ...
Ana showed me the house and the beautiful view over the sea then took me to grab some food and show me around Mazatlan. I got a delicious, fresh fruit smoothie at a bargain price and we walked to the main plaza where banda music (German polka with a Mexican twist) was playing live. In the plaza, as with every Mexican town, there were shoe shiners; vendors selling snacks, bubble machines and balloons; children chasing ...
... recently more about their civilization. According to one historian, the mysterious decline or disappearance of the great Maya civilization can be ascribed to a simple cause - peasant revolt. That the people lost faith in their leaders. Indeed the sense one gets from these massive structures and the piecing together of the history is one of very unequal societies, with the higher classes, rulers and priests, living in ...
Reno organised a tour to the Teotihuacan pyramids, through a friend of his (always seems to have a friend for everything). Tour was in a van, and we were the only ones in it, with an amazing English speaking guide called Martin, who had actually written books on the history of Metro Cathedral. Tour started with a quick stop near the Zocalo to witness more Aztec ruins and pyramids, said to be used ...
... went through customs, gathered our belongings (yes, I checked two of our bags) and found our way outside to the taxi stand. There is a booth where we were required to prepay for the taxi. This took us a few minutes to figure out the system, but we were soon on our way to Torres Mazatlan Resort.
When we arrived, Ray and Olivia were waiting for us and we quickly checked in and made our way to our home for the next week. It was a beautiful, ...