Crowne Plaza Mazatlan
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- Swimming pool
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... and flight loads weren't looking great on Saturday and Sunday, so he decided he would have to leave on Friday. I knew it would be challenging for me to stay there without him, but I had his parents and Audrey to assist me with the little girls, so I decided to stay until Monday.
Scott was not able to get on either of the US Airways flights leaving Friday, but he did finally get on the Delta flight to MSP - in 1st ...
... from the region. In glass cases, they have artifacts, mostly pipes, bowls, and figurines, but also including burial urns.
We walked through the small central plaza to the waterfront. The waterfront was slightly busier, and seemed to have a lot of families about. Although there were signs of rebuilding the waterfront, a number of buildings were half-built or under reconstruction, maybe after a large storm. A dog stood on a ...
... and they love them! I don't know how many we crossed previously but on one day, which was the lowest number because of the lack of villages and the motorway we used for over 50km, we crossed 103. Many are marked, a lot aren't and every now and again you get caught - they are vicious to hit at anything above walking pace!
As we headed to Mazatlan and a ferry to Baja California we used the motorway to improve our travel time - the 250km costing us over $50! ...
... lobby got real nervous and ran over and pushed the button to keep it open while we removed all our bags. It made me wonder what would have happened if they did not tell me not to put my foot in it. Would the car have gone up and taken my leg off? Or just trapped my leg? I do know the doors did not automatically reverse.
We loaded our bikes and were ready first. Jason appeared with stuff including a flat tire on his ...
... speaking to my sister and being a bit short with her (sorry sis!) I decided the best thing to do would be to leave that day instead and go find some travellors that can speak english! At the bus station after failing to buy a ticket on my own I saw a girl from the copper canyon. She helped me get the ticket and we chatted for a couple of hours whilst waiting for her bus back to Mexico City.
I bought a ticket for 11pm that night, so went to the ...