Address: 1200 Av. del Mar, Mazatlan, Pacific Coast, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1200 Av. del Mar, Mazatlan, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Mazatlan


A travel blog entry by cincy on Dec 03, 2014

1 comment, 56 photos

... each of its 28 stained glass windows); Teatro Angela Peralta, an Italian-styled theatre which has been restored to its 19th century splendor and is now a concert hall, art school, and a highly regarded conservatory of music and dance; the Golden Zone which has numerous four and five star hotels, restaurants, and shops; and finally High Diver's Point, where daring high-flying divers perform dangerous plunges into the rocky surf.

Milton is a ...

Hola from Mazatlan

A travel blog entry by winterhawk on Dec 16, 2013

59 photos

... It turns out that what we thought were the sounds of jackhammers was actually automatic gun fire. The police were busy having a shoot out with some bad guys. We were never in any danger and we’ve been told by many folks that this hasn’t happened here in many years. We hope that it doesn’t happen again, ever!

After all that excitement we headed into town to visit the central square and to have something to ...

San Carlos to Mazatlan

A travel blog entry by cedric.brehaut on Jul 09, 2011

3 photos

... take the dogs on a long-awaited walk along the ocean – the B&B is located one block away from the ‘Olas Altas’ beach (it means ‘Big Waves’, and it is very aptly named). A rat runs for cover as I step onto the sand…

Dinner is in a restaurant on the beachfront recommended by our B&B host: La Cueva del Leon (the Lion’s Cavern). Excellent food and humongous portious – even though we only ordered guacamole ...

Kindness abounds from those with so little

A travel blog entry by almadeleon on Dec 21, 2010

... in soups, grilled, dried out on a stick, etc… whatever was caught is what everyone ate, man, or beast, everyday. Funny thing…people seem alarmed to give their dogs chicken bones, this seemingly malnourished dog was eating fish bones. I think it is the source of his malnutrition, perhaps a stuck fish bone. I did healings on this dog, I also fed him some eggs I made, he really enjoyed that.

I asked the guys if they ever left the farm, they ...

A real Mexican port

A travel blog entry by danharriet on Dec 01, 2010

30 photos

... into this port on the Mexican Riviera. There were vans, buses, golf cart-like taxis, and even small pickups with a top cover and seats in the bed of the truck. We chose another option of seeing the town. It was not as popular as the others but walking was the other alternative. The temperature was good, the sun though out in the sky did not bear down relentlessly on the sidewalks, and the distance into town was just two miles. Walking gave us a chance to use some of ...

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