Costa Bonita Condominium & Beach Resort

Address: Sabalo Cerritos 7500, Mazatlan, Pacific Coast, 82100, Mexico | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Sabalo Cerritos 7500, Mazatlan, is near Deer Island (Isla de Venados), Playa Las Gaviotas, Caverna del Diablo, and Monumento Mujer Mazalteca.
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      Travel Blogs from Mazatlan

      A Snowbird's paradise

      A travel blog entry by tigerjo on Mar 11, 2014

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      Mazatlan has a big expat community, mostly retired Americans and Canadians (known as snowbirds) and is also a busy port for cruise ships passing through so I was firmly back in tourist land but Maztlan still has plenty to discover off the beaten track.



      My visit to Mazatlan finished up with a delicious seafood dinner at a restaurant on the beach courtesy of Ana. I had a great time staying with Ana, she has ...

      A Relaxing Week In Mazatlan

      A travel blog entry by laurab627 on Jan 03, 2013

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      ... ate most of our breakfasts. We had also gone to the grocery store the second day we were there and got a few snacks to keep in our kitchen for Maya. She ended up enjoying a bowl of refried beans for most of her dinner meals. Her great-grandma Rosie is Mexican so we joked that she must be embracing her Mexican heritage :)

      In addition to the refried beans and swimming in the pool, Maya also enjoyed riding the pulmonias - the open-air taxis ...

      Chasing Hurricane Season to Mazatlan

      A travel blog entry by ashika on May 05, 2012

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      ... 30 minutes of hell, over. I believe Ginger thinks we turned it off… bless her little pea pod brain. Daisy slept through the whole thing. Deafness has its advantages.

      The hurricane season officially begins 10 days from now and we still need to go about a 100 south to our chosen hurricane hole in Puerto Vallarta. We’ll spend a few days renewing here in Maz land and then point theboat towards Paradise.

      Keep those cards and letters coming!

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      The Chihuahua Star to Mazatlan

      A travel blog entry by michellendave on Aug 16, 2010

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      ... the shady sides of the streets made it more manageable. The streets are much cleaner than we experienced in Baja. Most of the homes are much better maintained. More sidewalks, and most of them are swept. A Canadian we met on the street directed us to Panama Panderia (Bakery). Jason grinned! Then we quickly found what became our favorite breakfast haunt, El Sunami just off Flores Street. Huevos Rancheros, omelets, muesli and nuts, yogurt, fruit plates all served with a ...

      Get out of here!!

      A travel blog entry by ashirodker on May 06, 2010

      So we arrived in Los Mochis early in the morning on a plane built for 60 people but filled with 10. And the first thing we noticed is the fact that there is nothing to do in Los Mochis, so head off to El Fuerte to save a bit on the train ticket. The bus to Los Mochis leaves frequently and costs $M65. There's really nothing to do in Los ...