Monday, May 07, 2007

Casa de Leyandas



The Best Bread and Breakfast in town! Wouldn't you like to stay here??

15 comments:

Fénix (Bostonscapes DP) said...

I'd love to! What do they serve for breakfast?

angela said...

Book me in, Kate, and I'd like a romm giving on to that balconey..
Angela

Olivier said...

voila une bonne adresse, si un jour je passe par Mazatlan


veiled a good address, if one day I pass by Mazatlan

Seda said...

Lovely colors. I would very like to stay there :)
Seda
Istanbul Photo

Fabrizio ikol22 said...

I definitely would stay there !!!!

kris said...

definitely! did you?

Paris Set Me Free said...

Oh! I love architectural details, and you blog is very rich in them! Marvellous - I didn't realise that Mexico was so full of great things to capture and you do a good job of it.

I find variety of picture one of the keys to keeping things interesting and for that you need a lively imagination and a good eye, and you have that.

Thanks from Paris for a nice blog, where we are now in the aftermath of the French presidential election where we have M. Sarkozy as our new Numero Uno. No se gusta a todo el mundo! Buenas dias!

magiceye said...

would love to!

Olive said...

Wow love the colour of the building. And I would never, ever turn down a good breakfast!
I keep coming back and being afraid that you have stopped MDP BUT, it's always there... Thanks for taking so many pictures!

denton said...

I like the balcony. However, to really enjoy a balcony one needs a rocking chair ... I really liked yesterday's photo of a barred window.

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

looks good to me!

Zsolt said...

looks very inviting:)

Ming_the_Merciless said...

I've never stayed at a B&B before mainly because I prefer places right in the middle of the city.

One of my best friends' parents run a B&B in the South of France. I visited and stayed with them 10 years ago but that was before they opened the B&B.

Running a B&B is A LOT of work.

Keropok Man said...

I think I would love to stay there!

But actually, I have not search the map of the location of Mazatlan.

Maybe it's time to turn on Google Maps!

Sally said...

Yep!