Ocean Breeze Hotel
Travel Blogs from Mazatlan
... Pulmonia to the central market. A Pulmonia is a taxi that looks like a four seat golf cart that is put on a VW chassis and engine. The back seat is raised and can fit three people. They are open and cool to ride in.
We walked around the market, did a little shopping, mostly just looking around then walked over to the Fish Market restaurant on the malecon ...
... one-bedroom condo with a balcony overlooking the resort. There was a pack-n-play waiting for us in the bedroom and Maya immediately pointed to it and said, "Maya's bed." We put her RooRoo and BabyDoll (the two plush toys she sleeps with at home) in the crib so they would be waiting for her at bedtime.
When traveling, I do my best to recreate the experience Maya is used to at home:
-sleeping in her own bed
... later the
terrifying crack and roll of thunder. It was a thunder and lightning storm coming right at us and Ginger wanted me to do something about it. As the storm drew closer, the lightening would explode all around the boat, a cannonade explosion practically pealing the paint off the walls. You could smell the ozone in the air. Being in a marina feels safer than being out in the wide open
sea where you are the only target, but it was difficult ...
... on this route proclaiming it 'Ruta Tourista'. This way will add 30km/20 miles vs. going on the truck route 15. And as expected, it proved to have very little traffic and, from that aspect, a great way to cycle. We made good time for two hours…..then the sun broke through the clouds and put the brakes on our muscles. There was no way of getting around the life sucking heat and humidity.
We enjoyed seeing small town life with Little League ...
... no one batted an eye. We were shown a few rooms (we got off the bikes for that) negotiated a good rate for 3 person room with air-co. We were on the 4th floor and were happy to see the lines on the rooftop there with lots of sheets hanging to dry.....a sign that the sheets get washed!! In fact we got crispy clean sheets every day.
We cleaned ourselves up a bit and went explore the town and find some breakfast. The minute we ventured outside we became wet again. ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services