Hotel Plaza Marina Mazatlan

Av. Del Mar No. 73 Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mazatlan, Pacific Coast, 82013, Mexico
Hotel Plaza Marina Mazatlan
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Forum Posts

gus gus shrimp

by upperdeck

does any one know what the cheese is in th gus gus shrimp at the gus gus restaurant. the dish is made with shrimp, bacon and stuffed with cheese. loved the dish and want recreate it at home. thanks upperdeck

Re: gus gus shrimp

by Odinnthor

Gus Gus, I believe is made with Bleu Cheese although I have seen it made with Swiss cheese. I do know that it is supposed to be made with a "kind of white cheese", which is closer to Bleau Cheese than Swiss cheese. Not a 100% sure, but I suggest trying Bleu Cheese. Good luck....d:o)

Re: gus gus shrimp

by mazgal711

The dish is called imperial shrimp and they normally use chihuahua cheese.

Travel Tips for Mazatlán


by mazgal711

Diane, High season is from November until April, low is the rest of the year, the snowbirds leave in April but May is still nice and June is not bad either, the worst months here are August and September, and maybe 2 weeks into October, then it gets nice again. Anytime is pretty good to come and investigate but but my favorite times here are May and June.

Beach Vendors

by Hermanater

Some people may call this a tourist trap. I guess it depends on how you look at it. Some vendors were annoying and rude, others pleasant and funny. At first we thought that the vendors we okay but after a whole week of them, the novelty wore off. It got to a point that you could not enjoy the beach without being hassled.

We did buy a nice blanet that we use to wrap ourselves into when watching t.v.

Don't let them fool you into believing that they are poor. Some offer to watch after the nieghbor's kids so they look like they have mouths to feed. One guy hoped into a very nice car at the end of the day, to go home.......

Mexican Culture and Ways of Behaving

by KimberlyAnn

The Mexican people value the family above all else. They may have lunch breaks in the middle of the day, and often close their shops early so that they can spend more time at home with their families. Because of this you will find many small family restaurants throughout the city. When people meet, it is proper for men to greet other men with a handshake. It is also proper for a man to greet a woman with a handshake, unless she is a friend or acquaintance, than a kiss on the cheek is customary. If you are a woman, again a handshake is the proper way to greet someone for the first time. With friends and acquaintances, however, it is customary for a woman to greet a man or woman with a handshake and a kiss on the cheek. Should you be lucky enough to be invited to visit a Mexican home for dinner, drinks, or just to visit, it is customary to bring a small gift such as a bottle of wine or flowers for your host. Do not discuss business or money in these private settings unless your host begins this type of conversation. It is better to discuss family, friends, or how lovely their city is. As in most places you visit, if you treat the people with interest and respect you will usually be treated in a friendly manner in return.

Great Winter Baseball

by MonoBichi

Mexican Baseball at it's best! Mazatlan is in the winter league, which means it gets some great American players to augment some of the top Mexican pros. Games in the big, modern stadium are lots of fun: music, food and various carnival aspects not found at Fenway. And CHEAP! Check out any local paper for schedules.
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A little town in the mountains

by Hermanater

The town of Copala

While we went on a tourist package and there were 3 other buses that day, I call it off the beaten path. Why ?

I know a few people that have been to Mazatlan sometimes more than once, and have never been to this town.

It is a small town of contrasts. Nice up kept houses, and shacks on the hill. Peolpe on donkeys and the occasional car on the street


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