Marina Puerto Dorado Hotel

Avenida Lazaro Cardenas 101, Manzanillo, Pacific Coast, 28210, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Avenida Lazaro Cardenas 101, Manzanillo, is near El Centro, Nevado de Colima, Zocalo, and Playa Olas Altas.
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    Travel Blogs from Manzanillo

    Carnaval Cuyutlan 2014

    A travel blog entry by steveandgeorge on Mar 18, 2014

    1 comment, 90 photos











    In Mexico, unlike the United States, Carnaval celebrations do not end on Fat Tuesday with the beginning of lent but go on for weeks. This past week friends told us about the big celebration in Cuyutlan and so we decided to check it out. Cuyutlan is a small Pacific beach town one of the closest to Ajijic. Friday night the fiesta began with a Rey ...

    Beach bums

    A travel blog entry by 2hunters on Mar 16, 2014

    3 comments, 35 photos

    ... been having a few issues with the drug cartel, but the vigilantes and federales have really been doing a good job of removing the crooked politicians, and other bad guys. We saw several vigilantes that had set up check stops, but had no issues getting up the Michocan coast. They may have been afraid of our water gun / shower on the roof.

    Now we find ourselves in another one of our favorite places La Manzanilla, just north of Manzanillo and Melaque. ...

    Havin' a whale of a time!!

    A travel blog entry by jpjourneys on Mar 15, 2014

    24 photos

    ... of this yet but I have been becoming increasingly aware of how much of a "bread basket" Mexico is for the rest of North America and Canada in particular. We have been driving by extensive fields growing various products and thousands of square feet of green houses or remay covered growing shelters. Now we are seeing fields of bananas whereas we had previously seen orchards and fields of corn, asparagus, avocado, mango, jicoma, limes, strawberries, papayas and ...

    We started out just watching...

    A travel blog entry by bobnkaren on Feb 16, 2014

    18 photos

    ... to do a good thing. Check out the flyer tho--as much as they try, English is dang difficult for them, but then I'd hate to have to write a flyer in Spanish, either.

    So the four of us get duded up and walk over to the restaurant at 6:30. Starts at 6:30, right? Flyer says 6:30 and like dummies we show up on. the. dot.

    Oh dear. Have we learned NOTHING yet? Of COURSE we're the only ones there--they hardly have the tables set. I believe ...

    Where did all the tourist go??

    A travel blog entry by gigglesbugg on Nov 22, 2011

    6 photos

    ... to clear customs when it should have only taken 10 minutes on a normal day.

    Funny thing was, I never saw any of these tourists the 2 days I was there. Where were they hiding? I was told there are timeshare communities dotted around the city. But having seen none in the city was certainly odd.

    The friend I was meeting up with got held up in the northern part of the country but he made hotel and pick up arrangements for me. He chose a cute ...