Hotel Belmar

Address: Ave. Olas Altas Sur #166, Mazatlan, Pacific Coast, 82000, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Ave. Olas Altas Sur #166, Mazatlan.
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Travel Blogs from Mazatlan

Day trip to Mazatlan

A travel blog entry by ironworker025 on Feb 11, 2014

1 comment, 18 photos

... Pulmonia to the central market. A Pulmonia is a taxi that looks like a four seat golf cart that is put on a VW chassis and engine. The back seat is raised and can fit three people. They are open and cool to ride in.

We walked around the market, did a little shopping, mostly just looking around then walked over to the Fish Market restaurant on the malecon ...

Queretaro and then a week in Mazatlan

A travel blog entry by ladyandtramp on Mar 06, 2013

58 photos

... Captain Moe's house is a few streets away from the main road, actually in a very quiet part of town, about 3 short blocks from the beach. Lots of restaurants are nearby, and easy-to-catch buses are constantly running up and down the main road. Everything is close by.

I will not go into great detail about our week here but want to mention a few facts about Mazatlan, and some of the highlights of our time there.

Mazatlan is Mexico's closest resort city ...

Do You Know What Today Is?

A travel blog entry by thelees on Nov 30, 2011

8 photos

... south instead. But many members of the North American silver-haired brigade remain. Local gringo newspapers echo their presence with articles and ads that concern the aged. Anyone need a hip replaced?

We chose to stay in Old Mazatlan that has a much more Mexican feel to it, and less of the bad bits associated with the cit. We got a lovely sea-facing room in an old hotel with a perfect sunset view. Simply revelling in the fresh air ...

The beginning of the unbearable heat

A travel blog entry by propyr_teidi on Aug 11, 2010

... films on offer were the kiddy classics 'G-Force' and 'Alvin and the Chipmunks', which I highly enjoyed in their dubbed-into-Spanish form. Curiously, they even translated all the words to the songs in the Chipmunks film.

We reached the border at about 5am, which was to be expected as we'd heard it took about 11 hours to get there (now we take that in our stride, but it would be so weird to say that in such a blase way in the UK!). This was the bit that I was ...

Topolobampo & El Fuerte

A travel blog entry by tomtravel on Apr 19, 2009

1 comment

... people from a local dance school. It was OK but nothing spectacular. Zorro made an appearance and D,D & D got to dance with the big circle skirts and sombreros for a while. I just took pictures! Frankly I could have just as easily scrapped the dance performance and spent the time in the Fort Museum across the street...but it was, according to Adrian, too large to be toured in the time we had left so it was not on the activity list. Following the dance we finally got ...