Motel Marley

Address: Playa Gaviotas No. 226, Mazatlan, Pacific Coast, Mexico | Motel
 
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This motel, located on Playa Gaviotas No. 226, Mazatlan, is near Teatro Degollado, Bahia de Puerto Marques, Bodegas de Santo Tomas, and Bahia de Los Angeles.
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    Travel Blogs from Mazatlan

    Mazatlan

    A travel blog entry by cincy on Dec 03, 2014

    1 comment, 56 photos

    ... the town's economy was really hurt, and their government promised better protection.

    The cliff divers were in an area where there were many aggressive merchants selling their wares. Ron forgot his hat, and he just happened to be in the market for a new one. He talked the merchant down from $15 to $4.

    We ended the tour in a local restaurant that served a complimentary drink and chips with salsa. One of the servers made hats out ...

    This was Mexico's BIG Baja

    A travel blog entry by panamericalandy on Mar 13, 2013

    2 comments, 36 photos

    ... one road I would NOT attempt in the dark! Before getting to St. Javier we crossed several vados or fords where even at this dry time of year there was some water in a few of them. One particularly grabbed our attention as a possible place to stop on the return leg and give Jambo a much needed wash. In fact we didn’t do so feeling that the locals might not approve, especially if they likely relied on that same water for drinking and washing. Piped water as we know it just ...

    Chasing Hurricane Season to Mazatlan

    A travel blog entry by ashika on May 05, 2012

    7 photos

    ... lure right off the bat, thinking we are cruising the best fishing grounds in North America, the islands off of Baja. I pulled in seaweed over and over again. There were lots of flying fish doing their skipping- soaring- crashing- back- into- the- sea- thing, but only the occasional dolphin sighting. We would see large areas in the distance that would be teaming with fish, birds and dolphin, apparently feasting, but we continued on with only these distant ...

    Northern Baja .... and even better adventures!

    A travel blog entry by ronamoon on Sep 30, 2011

    41 photos

    ... thought of 'catch and release' either - this was 'catch and haul them in'! Once the fish was close to the boat Alfonso would lean out with the gaff and that was the end of any fighting on the fish's part!

    A bloody big sealion turned up and started grabbing the fish before we could get them in the boat - he would then shred the fish on the surface as he ate it - just teasing us as well as getting our catch! After losing three nice fish to ...

    Ensenada, Mexico

    A travel blog entry by i.d.k. on Sep 24, 2011

    12 photos

    ... by the City of Ensenada and is maintained with the funds from weddings, parties, and annual events held in the ballroom.

    Our next stop was the oldest winery in all of North America, started by the missions in the 1700s, Bodegas de Santo Tomas. The winery is currently ran by a female winemaker, a first for Mexico. Since she took over in 2005, they have won lots of medals. We tasted four wines. I was not impressed by any of them however, I ...