In planning this blog post I had a bit of a puzzle – what to call the area in Centro that is West of the Plazuela Machado but South of Angel Flores? Paul had a great idea, taking off from SOHO in New York (for South of Houston), SOMA in San Francisco (South of Market) and SODO in Seattle (South of Downtown.) So, we hereby christen this area SOFLO for South of Angel Flores (or, perhaps in Spanish SUFLO?) Do you think it will catch on? At the top of this post is Calle Angel Flores – one of our most photographed streets – and prettiest, too.>
The aerial photo below shows the SoFlo area highlighted in orange.
The map below shows the area outlined and a few places marked for reference. Now, let’s get going!
The video below is a must-watch, Mazatlán’s Fernando Shann singing his hit Café de Rosas in the streets of Centro Historico!
I hope you’ve enjoyed the tour of the SoFlo area of Centro Historico. See you soon!