Hotel De Cima
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... stick to toll roads when we are following this route and most often when traveling between cities in Mexico. The toll roads are mostly quite good and on par with many US Interstate highways. There are always some areas where the road is in need of repair or where there is construction going on, but this is true everywhere. The cost to travel here is more than in the US because of the tolls and because fuel costs are higher than in the US ...
... three different sizes and priced accordingly. We chose one and off to the fillet table it went. After filleting they seasoned it and put it in a metal basket. It took a while to cook but it was worth it. Paul and I decided it may have been the best fish we have ever had. I am sure the ambiance played a small part but still it was muy delicioso. Oh, and the best part besides the taste? It cost about $15 US per couple, tortillas, drinks ...
... birthday seranade)
and Happy Birthday.
Next up on the birthday entertainment was the street buskers, they did
some amazing tricks, juggling fire, glow clubs, riding unicycles,
walking on stilts, all at the same time ... but not by the same
person. The show was right on the street beside our table! You
really put on a good birthday party Mom. We all had such a wonderful
evening. Kona was well behaved beside ...
We've been in Mexico for 11 days and the locals’ reaction is very consistent when they see us walking our dogs Manly and Biela: fear. Men cross the street to avoid sharing the sidewalk. Women quickly grab their kids in their arms. Macho men pretend to scratch their heads so they can get their hands out of a snout’s reach. The most common question: Muerden? Do they bite? Little do they ...
... central market. The custom in Mazatlan is to do daily grocery shopping to ensure the freshest of meats and vegetables. The large indoor market has everything from food supplies to clothing to tourist items. You can get everything that you want at this Mexican Alice’s Restaurant. Throngs of local shoppers mixed with tourists were milling into and out of the many doors that allowed access into and egress out of the market. We entered near the meat section of the ...