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

      Down time in Mazatlan

      A travel blog entry by azcook on Feb 11, 2015

      1 comment, 32 photos

      ... adventure for exploration and discovery and taking a vacation primarily to relax. We have had some of those "relaxation" moments over the last while, but mostly we have been on the move and kept quite busy. This will be like a period of relaxation, interrupted by some work and some exploration. Ted has some things to do prepare for some upcoming work assignments and also has some writing to do to document some of the projects we have ...

      Lovin' Mexico

      A travel blog entry by scott_and_kerry on Sep 07, 2013


      Well, we just spent 4 days in Mazatlan and it was great! We
      stayed at a much better RV Park. It was SOOO hot, but at least there was a pool
      with an ocean view. It was a 2 minute walk to the beach, which had huge surf. Lola
      was not yet accustomed to the undertow and the crazy waves. I took the dogs to
      the beach by myself and let Lola have at it! Mabel is a big scared baby still,
      so she has to ...

      Feliz Día de la Madre (or Happy Day of the Mother)

      A travel blog entry by ashika on May 13, 2012

      1 comment, 16 photos

      May 13, 2012

      Mother's Day

      Mother's Day is just another day under the hot topical sun here in Mazatlan. I am sure our routine is much like yours: we awake to make the coffee, go online to catch an update on the hurricane, go chase iguanas, have breakfast, take some photos, get in a little SCUBA, and miss our moms.There is a tropical storm roaring about 500 miles south of us; it had only a forty percent chance of becoming a tropical cyclone (hurricane). ...

      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 ...