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Travel Blogs from Mazatlan
... tagged along to Mazatlan.
We got there early and got room at a hotel overlooking the beach, just like Brett wanted! Here is birthday boy philosophizing on how he'd had worse b-days...
I regained consciousness the following morning. Not quite cured but feeling tins better and up to hopping back on Big O. The kiwi's would be staying an other day so we bade farewell and parted ways. They'll be going down ...
... 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.
We spoke to ...
... 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, ...
... ring in a silver setting that matches a necklace she bought in San Jose del Cabo a couple years ago. So before my wallet was even settled comfortably in my pocket it was a couple bills lighter..... then we could leave for the tour. The destinations on this tour were mainly a Tequila distilery and a small colonial town to see artisans at work producing pottery and leather goods. The Tequila distillery is a family operation that has been run by the same family for about ...
... while Michelle waited at the restaurant. . We had to ask directions of 4 or 5 people before finding one. It may have gone more quickly if our Spanish did not suck. They had what we wanted at surprisingly low prices. It was low end stuff but we were happy to find what we needed to get us back on the road
We pulled out of Mazatlan about noon in the hottest part of the day. The road was hectic with all kinds of ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services