Howard Johnson Don Pelayo Mazatlan

Address: Avenue del Mar 1111, Mazatlan, Pacific Coast, 1088, Mexico | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Avenue del Mar 1111, Mazatlan, is near El Faro Lighthouse, El Cid El Moro Beach, Golden Zone, and Valentino's & the Fiestaland Complex.
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      Back in Mazatlan

      A travel blog entry by winterhawk on Mar 15, 2014

      22 photos

      ... night and in amongst many other topics we talked about whether to leave this wonderland tomorrow or stay another day. It was a very short discussion as we unanimously voted to stick around and enjoy this beautiful island. The next day Margie wasn’t feeling well so we all just hung out and enjoyed the surroundings for yet another day. Patti sat in the cockpit watching a juvenile whale happily jumping and tail slapping.

      Friday morning we hoisted ...

      "Stuck" in Mazatlan

      A travel blog entry by laurab627 on Dec 29, 2013

      29 photos

      ... Maya two cousins close to her age to play with. On New Years Eve, Torres Mazatlan throws a big party and Audrey watched Maya and Elyse in our room while Scott, Ray, Olivia and I went to the party. Having a new baby has really worn me and Scott out and by 11:10, we finally had to call it a night and go to bed.

      We had rented the condo for a week, meaning checkout would be on Sunday, but Scott had to be back in his office ...

      Old Town Mazatlan

      A travel blog entry by ahartry on Feb 24, 2013

      57 photos

      ... try to visit the building, thinking that we might be able to get in later to see the interior.

      The streets were very quiet, which gave a very lazy sense to the city, but charming, with colorful houses and box-trees. We ended up walking past the Archaeological Museum, which was open and free (on Sundays), so we went in. There are about four rooms, with good descriptors (in Spanish and English) of the different eras and ...

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

      A travel blog entry by ronamoon on Sep 16, 2011

      34 photos

      ... each night camping somewhere along the coast at an RV park or in the grounds of a small hotel. Some of the beaches are pretty good with a good surf rolling in, nearly all have the beach, above the reach of the waves, crowded with bush and palm shelters that go under the grandiose name of a restaurant or bar. The real fancy ones are hotels!

      All through the Americas we have been plagued by speed humps. Here in Mexico they are called Topes, Reductors ...

      Who was the Genius who Thought this One Up?

      A travel blog entry by michellendave on Aug 21, 2010

      2 comments, 25 photos

      ... suited for cars & trucks than the narrow tires of our bikes. The softness of the dirt made it very difficult to peddle. After a km we spotted an open fence at a sewage treatment plant. Hoping to find access back to the paved road and a person to open gate for us at the road, we went for it. Two guys came out of a small building and told us to go back. Then, after a moment, they waved us forward. Soon we discovered we needed to haul our bikes up and down a ...