Hotel Mision Mazatlan
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Mazatlan
... are no dramatic shifts like we have seen in the US. The good thing at the moment is that the US dollar is strong and the exchange rate is quite good - almost 15 pesos to the dollar right now. So, that helps.
The trip down was a bit nostalgic for us. We haven't made this trip for a few years now. For the last 30 years or so, we came to Mazatlan almost every year for spring break with our kids as they were growing up. The roads ...
Mazatlan “Country Tour”
Our guide picked us up in a van and took us on a fascinating “country tour”. We visited a village called La Noria in the center of dairy farms and learned that village inhabitants commute to their farms. At one farmhouse, we stopped to see where “dancing horses” are bred and trained for performances in Mazatlan. The horses were beautiful! At ...
... watch the Seahawks play the Giants and then head out on Monday.
This next leg is going to be another overnighter. We are shooting for Isla Isabel. It’s supposed to be very interesting. There are lots of birds and other wildlife to see. If that doesn’t work we’ll keep going to the next stop which will be San Blas. It is a quaint town which has a jungle tour, including crocodiles! So for now,
Feliz Navidad and fair ...
... valuables in a hotel room? Leave the dogs in there. Just parked the car with all your luggage in plain sight? Keep the dogs in the trunk. Even a bodyguard won't do that for you!
Today we are walking Manly and Biela on the Mazatlan malecon (beachfront) and I sense a disturbance in the force: an old man with a bodybuilder stature smiles as we get closer to him, and without any warning he ...
... vehicles passed carry fully equipped and armed federal troops in the open rear sections of the cars. They were not dressed in ceremonial costumes but fatigues and battle gear. This was the protection for our adventures here in Mazatlan.
The time was running short on our stay in the port of Mazatlan, so we turned and began our exodus from the city center. Back we walked thru the streets always toward the commercial port wall that would lead us to the ...