Margaritas Hotel & Tennis Club
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... the area for drugs, the tourism stopped. Recently things have been picking up again, especially as a place for locals to come on holiday. It's a nice city with a cute main square and goofy matching boxy giant golf cart-like taxis. Our day and night in Mazatlan also happened to be exactly on our 2-year wedding anniversary. To celebrate we relaxed at the beach, walked around town, ...
... washing dishes we used a bucket and you probably guessed it, a trip involving the ladder. So when the bottom job was complete we were very excited to get back in the water. After a few hours of scrubbing and rinsing, Winterhawk was back to her old beautiful self. After another few hours of scrubbing, so were her crew!
The day before we left started ...
... of getting there and experiencing all this beautiful city has to offer. Plus, we've been to Detroit, St. Louis, Oakland, Memphis, Birmingham, and Atlanta - the six most dangerous cities in the United States. We were hardly afraid of staying in a posh resort in Mazatlan.
We arrived at the Phoenix airport with plenty of time to check-in for our flight and get to the gate. When we checked the flight loads the night before, there were ...
... a good dog she is. She has also developed what we call “the 3 pat”. When she would like some water or a wants us to do something for her, she will raise her paw and tap you very gently 3 times. It’s oh-so-cute and usually gets her whatever she wants.
The sun greeted us through the haze the morning of May 4. We arrived at the entrance of Mazatlan’s City Harbor at dawn after 41 hours of motoring. The southwest swell had ...
... ring in a silver setting that matches a necklace she bought in San Jose del Cabo a couple years ago. So before my wallet was even settled comfortably in my pocket it was a couple bills lighter..... then we could leave for the tour. The destinations on this tour were mainly a Tequila distilery and a small colonial town to see artisans at work producing pottery and leather goods. The Tequila distillery is a family operation that has been run by the same family for about ...