Playa Bonita

Address: 27 Avenida Playa Gaviotas , Mazatlan, Pacific Coast, Mexico | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on 27 Avenida Playa Gaviotas , Mazatlan, is near Huana Coa Canopy Adventure, Salsa, Salsa & Sunset, El Faro Lighthouse, and Valentino's & the Fiestaland Complex.
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      Travel Blogs from Mazatlan

      La Casa de Familia

      A travel blog entry by dinojay2 on Jan 10, 2014

      13 photos

      ... a very public yet strangely aimless beach workout while gazing at each other longingly. Besides being a mode of transportation and scenic route to get some token exercise, the malecón also served as a terrific place for fishing, people watching, posing for photos and, when combined with a stroller or two, transformed immediately into a powerful sedative for anyone under the age of two, or over the age of 40 and drinking tequila out of a brown paper bag.
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      Depature

      A travel blog entry by ahartry on Feb 22, 2013

      29 photos

      ... It was also so obvious when we hit the matsaleh area.

      Still, I am not here – for once – for education or broadening my horizons. I am here to listen to the wind in the palm trees and hear the sound of the surf in the distance. I am here to work and relax simultaneously. It will be a challenge.

      So, the resort seems fine. We checked in, then went immediately to the restaurant for a late lunch. The food was tasty; ...

      Ty Comes to Visit

      A travel blog entry by cwaldron on Mar 19, 2011

      5 photos

      ... down the street from the roof of a best western that had a restaurant with unfortunately mediocre food and drinks but an amazing view. We also went to a place called Isla de la Piedra, which means Stone Island, on the second to last day. Boats take you there from a port about a twenty minute walk from our hotel and it only costs $50 total round trip for both of us which is like $4.50 USD, so it's really cheap to get there. Then we ate at one ...

      Kindness abounds from those with so little

      A travel blog entry by almadeleon on Dec 21, 2010

      ... a simple gesture really sets a tone of kindness and good wishes.

      We walked around and passed several places of business, everything from candy and chips to brooms and nails, hair and nail salons, and a tortilleria. My friend had not experienced a freshly made tortilla so we stopped and I ordered a half a kilo of tortillas, they were warm and steaming out of the paper they were wrapped in, so we each took a tortilla to eat right then and there, ...

      Who was the Genius who Thought this One Up?

      A travel blog entry by michellendave on Aug 21, 2010

      2 comments, 25 photos

      ... feet off the ground and a mosquito net was strung from the poles above. We crawled into our warm tents. The breeze had died completely and left us in our hot, sticky, humid tent. We managed to clonk out for a few minutes but soon awoke to what felt like bugs crawling on my legs. It was drops of my own sweat rolling down , not bugs. Without a breeze, the hot night was unbearable. Michelle got out her battery operated fan which provided some comfort. We picked up ...