Mazatlán’s new tourist corridor

August 30, 2012

I remember when I was in school nothing irked me more than being told I could have done a better job. I always knew when it was true, too.  I believe the State of Sinaloa also knows it could have done a much better job on its Tourist Corridor project here in Mazatlán.

But you know what?  It seems to be actually turning out all right.  The pictures here are both taken last Sunday on Calle Constitución.  The top photo shows the new clock, benches, light posts, and palm trees that have been installed in the new sidewalks.

The photo below is taken from the Benito Juarez end facing back towards the Plazuela Machado.  Aren’t those palms fantastic?


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I'm Nancy, a US expat living in San Antonio Tlayacapan, Jalisco after 11 years in Mazatlán, México.

    1. Looks pretty good to me! Can’t wait to see it. Thanks for posting the pics.

    1. Can’t wait. You come to WA for vacation. I leave WA for vacation. Hmmm

    1. Wow, I think it looks really beautiful, although I didn’t have to live through the construction as you Mazatlan folks did.

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