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12/14/05 8:12 PM
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Jacob Lamb
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Looking for info about Mazatlan... Is it nice in January/February? Things to do/see? Stay? Eat? How much does it cost to have fun there for a week? Not into drinking and partying, just nice relaxing vacation with family... Any info is appreciated... Thanks!
12/20/05 4:12 AM
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barbarian
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I went when I was like 12. That was like 9 years ago so I can't really answer any of those questions... but all I can say is that it was awesome! Great food and beaches, and pretty cheap too. Cheers
12/20/05 8:56 AM
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Jacob Lamb
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Thanks man... Anybody else?
12/31/05 1:39 PM
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I stayed here 2 years ago for Christmas. http://www.pueblobonito-mazatlan.com/ I am not sure of the price, because we stayed there as a timeshare. It was right on the beach. It was a little ways down from the Golden Zone (the shopping area), but cabs are plentiful. I had actually rented a car, so everything was accessible.
1/2/06 1:44 AM
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Jacob Lamb
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How was it?
1/2/06 1:27 PM
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The grounds were nice. There were a few restaurants, two pools (one with a waterfall), a swim up bar, a place to rent beach activities (jet ski, boogie boards). They also had various daily activities for families and kids. I had a room with a small kitchen. It had tile floors with like plaster walls. It had a nice "Mexican" feel to it. I would stay there again. If you want a newer property out of the city, they had a new place called Emerald Bay. http://www.pueblobonitoemeraldbay.com/ We went there on a Timeshare tour. It was beautiful - just a ways out of the city.
1/2/06 10:21 PM
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Jacob Lamb
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Thanks man...
1/12/06 3:42 PM
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Edited: 12-Jan-06
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There is actually a pretty big American retiree community down there. From all accounts it is a great place to visit without all the Spring Breakiness of places like Puerta Vallarta or Cancun.

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