Hotel Belmar

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

    The new Highway

    A travel blog entry by ironworker025 on Jan 30, 2014

    2 comments, 16 photos

    ... out of town. Anyway we got out of there and headed for Durango. Had to gas up there as there are no gas stations on the new road from Durango to Mazatlan. The new highway is beautiful, it has 63 tunnels and 32 bridges. I took some videos of the road and some still pics. The one video shows a car parked right at the entrance to a runaway truck ramp. The person ...

    Just work

    A travel blog entry by ahartry on Feb 25, 2013

    15 photos

    Today, we worked all day. It's not bad, considering, but the wifi infrastructure made it challenging at times. Fortunately, skype worked when we needed it. It was clear but very windy again. We took a walk on the beach at sunset. In the evening, I was too full for dinner, so we just snacked ...

    Hola Mexico ...... Gulf and Pacific coasts

    A travel blog entry by ronamoon on Sep 16, 2011

    34 photos

    ... are thinking its getting better and you'll be in camp early, you end up caught in a political demo and road block. This one stopped us for over two hours and resulted in a build up of traffic that went for 10km or so. Then the RV park we were going to camp at had turned into something more akin to a refugee camp with rubbish and squalor everywhere.

    That night we ended up in a motel in the local and huge Pemex service station (there is only one brand of fuel ...

    The beginning of the unbearable heat

    A travel blog entry by propyr_teidi on Aug 11, 2010

    ... we didn't get our passports stamped, which is annoying because 1) it's cool to get loads of stamps and 2) we hope that doesn't mean they're going to assume that we have been in the States since the time we landed in Miami a month and a half ago and then try and make us leave or something within the 90 day period as they see it.

    Got to Tucson about 7.30am. It is flat and very hot. Our hotel is possibly one of the coollest places on earth (in both senses).


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    Average working city in Mexcio

    A travel blog entry by joelmunoz1968 on Apr 03, 2009

    Nothing really special in Los Mochis on the Sea of Cortes. This is where we were catching the train to Copper Canyon. We drove around a little bit but nothing too exciting. The traditional city grid setup and a short drive outside of town is the car ferry terminal. This is where you can catch a car ferry to La Paz, Baja Califorinia. We were up at 4:30am to catch the 6:00am train to Copper Canyon. Yes, when the ...