Hotel Corintios

Address: Obregon 580 Poniente, Los Mochis, Pacific Coast, Mexico | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Obregon 580 Poniente, Los Mochis, is near Galería Atenea, Galería San Miguel, Instituto Habla Hispana, and Academia Hispano Americana.
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Travel Blogs from Los Mochis

San Carlos to Los Mochis

A travel blog entry by 2hunters on Jan 03, 2012

4 comments, 19 photos

... pump, hope this one last a long time.
It was noon by the time I had finished the mods and had it installed
and Hazel back togeather.

We headed south and made it to Los Mochis. Nice drive, lots of
desert, we detoured off the cuota road (toll) and took the libre
(free) through a few towns, just for some extra variety. It did get
preety warm today. We have actually gone from 32 deg.F to 32 deg.C.
By 4 pm it ...

Patricia, "Chicken" of the Desert

A travel blog entry by jmabro on Dec 29, 2011

12 photos

... other foods on offer at these stalls. When the lady came to open her fries stall we took that as our cue to move on.

We wandered along the "Malecon" for a while to admire the water, boats and birds and then set off for the ferry terminal. Along the way we had offers from taxis looking for a fare, quickly dropping their prices in hope as there were so many of them and so few possible passengers. We declined them all in favour of a walk.

We had a quick stop along the ...

Mario y Victor en Guanajuato

A travel blog entry by andreajoy76 on Jul 29, 2011

1 comment, 5 photos

... We noticed tons of cars heading up the hill too and taco and ice cream vendors setting up shop. It seemed a very unusual location, so we asked what was going on. The next day would be one to honor the town’s Saint Ignacio (I think was the name) and villagers would be trekking up the mountain to camp overnight and pray and honor the saint. Amazing.

Halfway up the mountain, in what felt like the middle of nowhere, we noticed men carrying TONS of empty ...

Project, Project, Project

A travel blog entry by hmplewa on Jul 28, 2010

503 photos

... that it would be easy to just stay here. I’d hate to say that I went to Mexico and didn’t even go to the ocean, though. I’m not sure what will happen, but I plan to do some research on it this weekend. While we were chatting, I ended up having a banana and some milk for dinner.

After talking with everyone, I worked on downloading more of the songs we listened to in my music class. I also organized our project documents so everything would ...

Mummies, Torture Chambers, and Mines

A travel blog entry by hmplewa on Jul 17, 2010

138 photos

... for my Peruvian host family because they always would ring bells when it was time for our breakfast. I figured it would be a cute and funny gift to send them. I also got myself a keychain and a book about the city.

After the mummy museum, we went to this prison where the Spaniards used to torture the native Mexican people. We saw all sorts of terrible torture devices and even some skeletons of people who had died there. It was really depressing, actually. I know it ...