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Mazatlan City Sightseeing Tour
"This sightseeing tour of Mazatlan brings you face to face with a fascinating city whose early settlers included Aztecs mid-16th century Spanish conquistadors and mid-19th century French and American colonists. After hotel pickup your guide will take you to Watchers Hill to put the city into perspective with a great panoramic view and offer expert narration throughout your tour.Explore the outer areas of Mazatlan such as the golden zone and watch the famous cliff divers from a prime location. The antics of these daredevils who jump from 45-foot (14-meter) platforms into only five feet (1.5 meters) of water
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Old Town Mazatlan Segway Tour
"The tour begins at a centrally located location.  After a brief training session on your Segway you will be off to enjoy Old Town and the Water Front. You will cover more distance than the typical walking tour and have the opportunity to stop for photos along the way. Your tour guide will point out local landmarks such as Plazuela Machado the beautiful Cathedral Olas Altas and the Clavadista. Mazatlan has a diving tradition centered in a small oceanside park on the Malecon named Parque Glorieta Rodolfo Sanchez Taboada. The divers must time their jumps perfectly to take advantage of the slightly grater water de learn about and photograph the architecture of two centuries past."""
From $49.00
El Hechizo Tour from Chihuahua
"Choose between a morning tour with a pickup time of 9:30am or an afternoon tour with pickup at 3pm. You will be transported to the nearby Tarahumara community of San Ignacio de Arareco. On your 3-hour tour you will explore 3 valleys and Lake Arareco. Your knowledgeable local guide will teach you about the culture history and daily life of the Tarahumara Tribe.""""Explore the majesty of Copper Canyon with an experienced
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Gringo Lingo: Mexican Grilled cheese (seaffod) GREAT!

Went to Gringo Lingo for all you can eat seafood. Was GREAT! 4 of us ate (and drank) for $58 USD! You must try the mexican grilled cheese (seafood), you'll be surprised at how it comes served. A must. Looking for the recipe if anyone has it, send it my way.

Favorite Dish Mexican Grilled cheese, grilled shrimp(s)

Feb 23, 2009

Gringo Lingo: FUN!

Gingo Lingo is a fun place to sit and have a few drinks. There is always music playing and a lot of the time people dancing. I had a fun time here, but the food really isn't anything too fantastic. I tried to order the lobster on the menu, then tried to order shrimp, both werent available, so I got a chicken dish that was kinda gross, and I'm probaly the least picky person when it comes to food. Other than that I'd definately go back for a drink or two....or three.

Favorite Dish The drinks.

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Jul 15, 2004

Gringo Lingo: it was just okay

the food was just okay, nothing fancy or special. An average toursit spot for one to say I have been there and done that. Maybe the folks off the cruise ships would be impressed.

Favorite Dish I had the all you can eat special for dinner. the garlic shrimp was average. I guess I was expecting more from a seafood town and a restaurant that advertised seafood.

May 04, 2007
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We went to the Mazatlan with some friends that we have made in Mazatlan. It was a little more expensive than we thought it might be. We walked around the main area and saw all the fish that were in...
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I finally went parasailing.. «after so many years of going to Mexico. It was fun. »The scariest part was going up and coming down. It was so nice and peaceful up there and wow what a view!!...
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This is the place to shop. It is soooo interesting and lots to see. The prices can not be beat....I love the local flair...The spanish language the people visiting and going about their...
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When in Mazatlan, most tourists will head for the Malecon. Why not? This is the area with all the great restaurants, hotels, beaches, and shopping. The beach seems to run forever along the Malecon....
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Immaculate Conception Basilica

On my second trip to Mazatlan, I was reminded of how beautiful this cathedral is on the inside. There's a gilded, hand-carved baroque triple altar, over which you'll find the city's patron saint, the...
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