Old Godzilla Movies Watch For Free

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    Does anyone know where I can watch the old Godzilla movies online for free?
    I don't mean the one where Godzilla goes to the US and gets killed. I want to watch the old ones and with english sub if they are in japanese plz!!! Thank you!!!

    • ANSWER:
      Try using http://bit.ly/FreeFilmsToday

      They have thousands of movies and add news ones all the time. I watched Inception on there last night :)

  2. QUESTION:
    How much does a trip to Mazatlan Sinaloa Mexico cost?
    If it is 4 people and includes hotel, and food. How much would it be? And also how much would the plane be if we are flying from Durango Mexico to Mazatlan Sinaloa Mexico? Debating on whether to go to Puerto Vallarta or Mazatlan! Thanks!
    :)

    • ANSWER:
      My vote goes to Mazatlan... but please, let me elaborate....

      (I know Vallarta, Cabo, San Carlos, Manzanillo, among other Northern Pacific Beaches, and they are all pretty cool places in their own right, but let me say this, out of the bunch, i moved to Mazatlan....)

      How much would the trip cost, well, It depends on many factors...

      Let's start with "GETTING THERE". As with most flights and hotel rooms, most rates depend on two things, 1.- whether you'll be traveling during a holiday/high season date, or on a regular, low season interval of dates; and 2.- How much in advance do you book your flight/hotel room....

      But fear not, cool thing about Mazatlan is that is has a several options, for all the budgets and tastes...

      You can golf, surf, hike, go sportsfishing, indulge in world class spas, fine-dine, pub-crawl, work on your tan, like you can on most other beach destinations, and still not break the bank....

      Mazatlan also offers many other activities to fill your TO DO list, that no other beach does....

      Here they are, in no particular order, a list of activities that make Mazatlan a unique destination.

      1.- Very few things compare to having a Nieve de Con Medrano (Garrafa-style Ice cream) and Find out why, after 50 years they are still the locals` favourites... Our pick: the plum (ciruela) and vanilla combination!" Note: You can find the little ice cream cart in downtown mazatlan behind City Hall...

      2.- Take a tour to the historic Pacifico Brewery, and find out how the world famous Pacifico beer is made." Oh, and the free samples at the end only make the trip that much sweeter...

      3.- Surf the evening glass at Playa Bruja...

      4.- Get spoiled rotten at Nautica Costa Bonita´s Santuario spa... THE definition of pampering....

      5.- Birdwatching at el Yugo's estuary...!

      6.- Hike up the Lighthouse Hill; the second tallest in the world. Breathtaking views of the city!!!"

      7.- Pub-Crawlin' in Old-Downtown's great mix of nice little bars, cafes and restaurants...

      8.- It´s Mahi-Mahi time!!" Spend your morning fishing for Dorados, then have family and friends, over for a great cook-out! There you can treat them both to the freshest dinner, and/or the best fisherman´s tales over a couple of Pacificos...

      9.- Race your friends to see who can raise a waist-high sand castle faster at Playa Bruja... (then then let your inner-child play Godzilla..

      10.- Enjoy the foot-long 'Criminal-Quesadillas', a few blocks South from Valentino's, after a big night-out, just before heading back home... while discussing 'The Hangover 2' movie...

      11.- Skinny-Dipping at Bird Island... hey, we only live once, right...? (I´ve been told it´s lots of fun...)

      12.- Swim with the sharks!!!" Come, visit the Aquarium..." Those who've done that before, may want to drop by again, many new, cool additions, like -you guessed- the Shark Tank!

      13.- Visit the Cathedral"... Regardless of your beliefs, you can admire this beautiful XIX century church, combines several architectural styles and it´s a trip on its own...

      If your there for more than a few days:

      14.- Going up to Concordia just for the Burnt Milk-Shaved Ice Slushies.... then stay for the day window-shopping the rustic furniture shops..."

      15.- Visit the DIF Camp by Cerritos Beach, and help release hundreds of baby sea turtles." Wildlife Preservation efforts are being done all over, you too can help, and have fun in the process..

      16.- Skating downhill on Paseo del Centenario... Sidewalk surfing taken to new heights...!

      17.- Watch time slow down, and the world smile, sitting at one of Plazuela Machado´s cafes... and fancy yourself the next Hemingway...

      And if the timing is right, and you picked the right season...

      18.- Meteor Showers on cloudless nights, over by Delfin Beach....", When the elements permit, and stars are aligned, nothing else compares... Check with your favourite weatherman...

      19.- The Dia de la Musica street festival", Enjoy a taste of all music genres on different stages, all over Old Downtown. Tonight, live perfomances by local artists, experts on their fields, a feast for your ears...!

      20.- Root for your favourite winter-sport's team wearing a hawaiian shirt, shorts and sandals!!!". Enjoy the NBA Finals, or the NHL playoffs with a cold Pacifico beer, in one of Mazatlan´s many beachside restaurants. Our recommendations: The Fish Market, Diego´s, Munchkins, and/or the Dugout... GO CANUCKS!!!

      21.- A Venados home game! (Mazatlan´s AAA league baseball team...)... Think a MLB game, if it was conceived by Gabriel Garcia Marquez, and narrated by the Farreli´s brothers...

      22.- Be taken by Delfos` newest coreographic creation at the Angela Peralta Theater...

      23.- Carnaval!!! Join the whole town and ask Mazatlan to dance on Mardi Gras...

      Never a dull moment in Mazatlan!!!

      Have a safe trip, and hope this helps!

  3. QUESTION:
    What are the best things to expierience in Mazatlan Mexico?

    • ANSWER:
      Where to start.... Ok... here we go, in no particular order....

      1.- Very few things compare to having a Nieve de Con Medrano (Garrafa-style Ice cream) and Find out why, after 50 years they are still the locals` favourites... Our pick: the plum (ciruela) and vanilla combination!" Note: You can find the little ice cream cart in downtown mazatlan behind City Hall...

      2.- Take a tour to the historic Pacifico Brewery, and find out how the world famous Pacifico beer is made." Oh, and the free samples at the end only make the trip that much sweeter...

      3.- Surf the evening glass at Playa Bruja...

      4.- Get spoiled rotten at Nautica Costa Bonita´s Santuario spa... THE definition of pampering....

      5.- Birdwatching at el Yugo's estuary...!

      6.- Be taken by Delfos` newest coreographic creation at the Angela Peralta Theater...

      7.- Hike up the Lighthouse Hill; the second tallest in the world. Breathtaking views of the city!!!"

      8.- Going up to Concordia just for the Burnt Milk-Shaved Ice Slushies.... then stay for the day window-shopping the rustic furniture shops..."

      9.- Pub-Crawlin' in Old-Downtown's great mix of nice little bars, cafes and restaurants...

      10.- It´s Mahi-Mahi time!!" Spend your morning fishing for Dorados, then have family and friends, over for a great cook-out! There you can treat them both to the freshest dinner, and/or the best fisherman´s tales over a couple of Pacificos...

      11.- Race your friends to see who can raise a waist-high sand castle faster at Playa Bruja... (then then let your inner-child play Godzilla..

      12.- Enjoy the foot-long 'Criminal-Quesadillas', a few blocks South from Valentino's, after a big night-out, just before heading back home... while discussing 'The Hangover 2' movie...

      13.- Skinny-Dipping at Bird Island... hey, we only live once, right...? (I´ve been told it´s lots of fun...)

      14.- Visit the DIF Camp by Cerritos Beach, and help release hundreds of baby sea turtles." Wildlife Preservation efforts are being done all over, you too can help, and have fun in the process..

      15.- Skating downhill on Paseo del Centenario... Sidewalk surfing taken to new heights...!

      16.- Swim with the sharks!!!" Come, visit the Aquarium..." Those who've done that before, may want to drop by again, many new, cool additions, like -you guessed- the Shark Tank!

      17.- Meteor Showers on cloudless nights, over by Delfin Beach....", When the elements permit, and stars are aligned, nothing else compares... Check with your favourite weatherman...

      18.- Visit the Cathedral"... Regardless of your beliefs, you can admire this beautiful XIX century church, combines several architectural styles and it´s a trip on its own...

      19.- The Dia de la Musica street festival", Enjoy a taste of all music genres on different stages, all over Old Downtown. Tonight, live perfomances by local artists, experts on their fields, a feast for your ears...!

      20.- Root for your favourite winter-sport's team wearing a hawaiian shirt, shorts and sandals!!!". Enjoy the NBA Finals, or the NHL playoffs with a cold Pacifico beer, in one of Mazatlan´s many beachside restaurants. Our recommendations: The Fish Market, Diego´s, Munchkins, and/or the Dugout... GO CANUCKS!!!

      21.- Watch time slow down, and the world smile, sitting at one of Plazuela Machado´s cafes... and fancy yourself the next Hemingway...

      22.- A Venados home game! (Mazatlan´s AAA league baseball team...)... Think a MLB game, if it was conceived by Gabriel Garcia Marquez, and narrated by the Farreli´s brothers...

      23.- Carnaval!!! Join the whole town and ask Mazatlan to dance on Mardi Gras...

      And the list could go on and on.... Never a dull moment in Mazatlan, i tell you...
      Saludos,
      Cayo

  4. QUESTION:
    godzilla movie for free?
    i want to watch godzilla movies for free without downloading. just watching sth rather than WATCH-MOVIES.NET cause they don't have.
    plz tell me!!!!!!!!!!!! godzilla movies look great!
    i mean not downloading... but online.
    i want to watch most of them. just tell me websites similar to watch-movies/net that has godzilla sieries.
    plz tell me!!! i really can't wait!!!

    • ANSWER:
      Old movie but its worth 2 watch buddy

      here u go...
      cd1

      http://d01.megashares.com/?d01=437f450

      cd2

      http://d01.megashares.com/?d01=8fcb825

      use IDM for fast download

      Enjoy!!!

  5. QUESTION:
    Personality test: Who are you more like, King Kong or Godzilla? 1963 was a tie when the lovable monsters met ?
    http://www.kingkongvsgodzilla.com/ is a fan site dedicated to King Kong and Godzilla.

    "King Kong vs Godzilla marks an important turning point in the Godzilla series. It isn't the first time Godzilla fought another monster (that would be 1955's Godzilla Raids Again), but it is a dramatic departure from the the serious tone and melodrama of the previous two films. Instead, King Kong vs Godzilla plays like a big colorful fantasy film, with lots of humor along the way. The movie also sacrifices some of the realism of the previous films in order to make the fights and destruction more fun.

    The plot is simplicity itself: Godzilla is freed from the iceberg he was encased in at the end of Godzilla Raids Again. OK, Godzilla wasn't actually trapped in an iceberg, he was buried by an avalanche of snow on a remote island. OK, it didn't really look like an avalanche of snow, it looked more like a someone dropped a couple of bucketfuls of chipped ice on top of him. Whatever.

    Godzilla immediately heads for Japan. Why he does this is never really explained -- maybe he likes karaoke bars. Or really hates karaoke bars. When you're dealing with a 150-foot tall monster, the end result is going to be the same, at least until they design a karaoke bar with a 200-foot tall entrance.

    Meanwhile, the CEO of a pharmaceuticals company sends some of his employees to Faro island to look for a berry they are hoping to process into medicine. The expedition finds the berry and an unexpected bonus: King Kong. The members of the expedition decide to do the only thing any reasonable person would when faced with a 150-foot tall giant ape. That is, they decide to bring it back to Japan. Probably to show off all the karaoke bars they have.*

    Before long, King Kong and Godzilla are both rampaging around Japan. It isn't all that much longer before they're wrestling their way across Japan. And of course, there's a wacky cast of Japanese character actors to watch helplessly as giant monsters destroy Tokyo once again.

    "The natives say 'You look silly in those hats.'"
    In the scene where Godzilla breaks free from the iceberg, ice comes tumbling down off the iceberg, threatening to crush the submarine that lies under the water nearby. If you think about it for a moment, you'll realize that ice floats and that the threat of sinking ice destroying the submarine is impossible. If you can't cheerfully dismiss that fact or the other scientific anomalies that pepper this movie, then perhaps you weren't cut out to be a fan of Godzilla films.

    Like Alice's White Queen, true Godzilla fans can believe six impossible things before breakfast, so long as those things involve their favorite giant green lizard. They just keep reminding themselves why they are here: to see the Big G kick some monster butt and destroy a few cities along the way.

    What can't be cheerfully dismissed, however, is the American butchering of an otherwise enjoyable Godzilla movie. As with the original 1954 Godzilla, Universal Studios thought the Japanese cut of the film to be unsuitable for American audiences. Thus, they cut out certain scenes -- mostly those which develop the personalities of the various characters -- and replaced them with infuriating "U.N. Newscasts," which serve to explain the plot details that have been removed. They also kill the action immediately. When this version is viewed against the original cut, it becomes obvious that American studio executives (and in particular, American producer John Beck) thought American audiences were stupid. What, we can't appreciate the fact that the two women back home are worrying about their explorer boyfriends? We wuz robbed!

    Air Kong!
    Another problem with this film is the appearance of King Kong. Of course, Toho chose to portray King Kong by putting a man in a monkey suit rather than using stop-motion animation. The Kong suit is pretty awful-looking, with an inflexible face and a body that looks like it was upholstered with wet dog hair. Some thought was given as to how to give the man in the suit more of the outline of a gorilla, with longer arms and bowed legs, and a compromise was reached. There seem to be two different sets of arms used, one where the actor's hands fit into King Kong's hands for scenes where King Kong needs to use his hands. In other scenes the suit has arm extensions to make its forearms longer than the actor's.

    Yet another odd feature of this film is the relationship between the two monsters and electricity. We are informed in this movie that Godzilla is afraid of electricity, and he won't cross even modest power lines. Compare this to Godzilla's reaction to the power line defense that was used to protect Tokyo in the original Godzilla. King Kong has also gained some sort of affinity for electricity, and lighting makes him stronger. The reasoning behind this seems to be that King Kong really was sort of a god back on his island. King Kong's ability to manipulate electricity
    Thanks Ruby. I omitted to say I pick to be King Kong & here's why - I have short legs, a barrel-like tummy & hairy chest, a soft spot for ladies in distress, and a ferocious temper.... :-)

    • ANSWER:
      Truthfully, I used to view those old movies of Godzilla (when it was shown on Disney channel back when I was a small child no less.)

      Anyway,I looked at them and thought it would kind of cool to be Godzilla & totally wreck tall building get into giant monster fights...

      So, I'd pick to be Godzilla.

  6. QUESTION:
    Do you like watching old movies?
    When I say old movies I am thinking more like from the 1960s and before and maybe 1970s. But it can always mean movies from the 80s and 90s and even from the year 2000. Anyways I like a lot of older movies such as Strangers on a Train, North by Northwest, Planet of the Apes, Babes in Toyland that came out in 1934 (I also like Disney's Babes in Toyland), Earth vs. the Flying Saucers, Godzilla and so on.

    Now I still like watching new movies. I enjoyed the new Batman movie and the new Spider-Man movie.

    • ANSWER:
      I love old classics, My favorite classic is Sunset Blvd. (1950) I just recently downloaded some Buster Keaton silent films. [public domain, free to download] I am also a huge fan of Charles Chaplin.

      Here is the list i plan on watching over the next two weeks. These are all Buster Keaton movies btw.

      Backstage
      Battling Butler (1926)
      Convict 13 (1920)
      Cops (1922) -------------seen
      Daydreams (1922)
      Fatty Arbuckle Coney Island
      Fatty Arbuckle Good Night Nurse
      Fatty Arbuckle His Wedding Night
      Fatty Arbuckle The Cook
      Fatty Arbuckle The Rough House
      Hard Luck (1921)
      My Wifes Relations (1922)
      Neighbours
      One Week
      Seven Chances (1925) --------seen & loved it.
      Sherlock Jr (1924)
      Spite Marriage (1929)
      SteamBoat Bill Jr (1928)
      The Balloonatic
      The Blacksmith
      The Boat
      The Electric House
      The Frozen North (1922)
      The General (1926) ------seen
      The Goat
      The Haunted House (1921)
      The High Sign
      The Love Nest
      The Navigator (1924)
      The Paleface
      The Playhouse
      The Railrodder (1965)
      The Scarecrow (1920)
      The Three Ages (1923)

      I love classics.

  7. QUESTION:
    Name of cartoon film?
    Its an old cartoon film maybe 1990's and its about animals, My sister really wants to watch it again but i can't remember the name of it all i can remember is they go to school any ideas?
    Name the 100's of films then ?? coz there really isnt that much when animals go to school Lol

    • ANSWER:
      you did say hundreds ...

      101 Dalmatians (1961 film)
      101 Dalmatians (1996 film)
      101 Dalmatians II: Patch's London Adventure
      102 Dalmatians
      20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (several films)
      A Boy and His Dog
      A Boy and His Dog (1946 film)
      A Bug's Life (animated)
      A Dog of Flanders
      A Tiger Walks
      Air Bud
      Air Bud: Golden Receiver
      Air Bud: Seventh Inning Fetch
      Air Bud Spikes Back
      Air Bud: World Pup
      Air Buddies
      All Dogs Go to Heaven (animated)
      All Dogs Go to Heaven 2 (animated)
      Alvin and the Chipmunks
      An American Tail (animated)
      An American Tail: Fievel Goes West (animated)
      An American Tail: The Treasure of Manhattan Island (animated)
      Anaconda
      Andre
      Antz
      Arachnophobia
      Arashi no Yoru Ni (animated)
      Arctic Tale
      As Good as It Gets
      Babe
      Babe: Pig in the City
      Balto (animated)
      Balto II: Wolf Quest (animated)
      Balto III: Wings of Change (animated)
      Bambi (animated)
      Bambi 2 (animated)
      Barnyard
      Beauty and the Beast (animated)
      Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas (animated)
      Because of Winn-Dixie
      Beethoven film series
      Belle's Magical World (animated)
      Belle's Tales of Friendship (animated)
      Belle sebastian
      Benji (1974)
      Benji the Hunted
      Beverly Hills Chihuahua
      Big Fish
      Big Red
      Bingo
      Black Beauty
      Bolt (animated)
      Born Free
      Born to be Wild
      Brother Bear (animated)
      Brother Bear 2 (animated)
      Cat's Eye (1985 film)
      Cat's Eye (1988 film)
      Cat's Eye (1997 film)
      Cat People (1942)
      Cat People (1982)
      Cats & Dogs
      Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore
      Cats Don't Dance
      Charlotte's Web (1973) (animated)
      Charlotte's Web (2006)
      Charlotte's Web 2: Wilbur's Great Adventure (2003) (animated)
      Cheetah
      Chicken Little (animated)
      Chicken Run (animated)
      Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian
      Curious George
      D-War
      Daktari
      Dances with Wolves
      Deep Blue Sea
      Dinosaur (animated)
      Doogal
      Dr. Dolittle
      Dr. Dolittle 2
      Dr. Dolittle 3
      Dr. Dolittle 4
      Dr. Dolittle Million Dollar Mutts
      DuckTales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp
      Duma
      Dumbo (animated)
      Dunston Checks In
      E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial
      Ed
      Eight Below
      Eragon
      Far From Home: The Adventures of Yellow Dog
      Finding Nemo (animated)
      Firehouse Dog
      Flicka
      Flipper
      Fluke
      Flushed Away (animated)
      Fly Away Home
      Furry Vengeance
      G-Force
      The Ghost and the Darkness
      Godzilla 2000
      Good Boy!s
      Gordy
      The Great Mouse Detective
      Greystoke
      Hachi: A Dog's Tale
      Happy Feet (animated)
      Harry and Tonto
      Heidi
      Hidalgo
      Home on the Range
      Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey
      Homeward Bound II: Lost in San Francisco
      Hoot
      Horton Hears a Who!
      Hotel for Dogs
      Hounded
      Ice Age (animated)
      Ice Age: The Meltdown (animated)
      Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs (animated)
      The Incredible Journey
      The Incredible Mr. Limpet
      Iron Will
      Jaws
      Jaws 2
      Jaws 3-D
      Jaws: The Revenge
      Jurassic Park
      Jurassic Park II
      Jurassic Park III
      King Kong
      Kung Fu Panda (animated)
      Kung Fu Panda: Secrets of the Furious Five (animated)
      Lady and the Tramp (animated)
      Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure (animated)
      Lassie
      Lassie Come Home
      Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole (animated)
      Ma-Mha
      Madagascar (animated)
      Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa (animated)
      March of the Penguins
      Mighty Joe Young (1949)
      Mighty Joe Young (1988)
      Miracle of the White Stallions
      Moby Dick
      My Dog Skip
      My Neighbor Totoro (animated)
      Napoleon
      Napoleon and Samantha
      Narnia
      National Velvet
      Never Cry Wolf
      Newt
      Nikki, Wild Dog of the North
      Old Yeller
      Oliver & Company
      Once Upon a Forest
      Open Season (animated)
      Open Season 2 (animated)
      Operation Dumbo Drop
      Over the Hedge (animated)

  8. QUESTION:
    Best summer in mexico?
    I know Mexico is a big big country , (but forgetting about the problems over there.) I think is a good place and nice ppl because I when for 2months and it was awesome place I didn't want to come back to NYC

    • ANSWER:
      Though i´ll always have a spot in my heart for places like Cabo, San Blas, Manzanillo and San Carlos, my vote would have to go to Mazatlan...

      Besides the obligatory beach destination options/requirements, Mazatlan´s town and surroundings offer many options to make the most out of your trip...

      Here´s a few things i´d put on my TO-DO-List when visiting the Pacific Pearl (in no particular order)

      1.- Very few things compare to having a Nieve de Con Medrano (Garrafa-style Ice cream) and Find out why, after 50 years they are still the locals` favourites... Our pick: the plum (ciruela) and vanilla combination!" Note: You can find the little ice cream cart in downtown mazatlan behind City Hall...

      2.- Take a tour to the historic Pacifico Brewery, and find out how the world famous Pacifico beer is made." Oh, and the free samples at the end only make the trip that much sweeter...

      3.- Surf the evening glass at Playa Bruja...

      4.- Get spoiled rotten at Nautica Costa Bonita´s Santuario spa... THE definition of pampering....

      5.- Birdwatching at el Yugo's estuary...!

      6.- Be taken by Delfos` newest coreographic creation at the Angela Peralta Theater...

      7.- Hike up the Lighthouse Hill; the second tallest in the world. Breathtaking views of the city!!!"

      8.- Going up to Concordia just for the Burnt Milk-Shaved Ice Slushies.... then stay for the day window-shopping the rustic furniture shops..."

      9.- Pub-Crawlin' in Old-Downtown's great mix of nice little bars, cafes and restaurants...

      10.- It´s Mahi-Mahi time!!" Spend your morning fishing for Dorados, then have family and friends, over for a great cook-out! There you can treat them both to the freshest dinner, and/or the best fisherman´s tales over a couple of Pacificos...

      11.- Race your friends to see who can raise a waist-high sand castle faster at Playa Bruja... (then then let your inner-child play Godzilla..

      12.- Enjoy the foot-long 'Criminal-Quesadillas', a few blocks South from Valentino's, after a big night-out, just before heading back home... while discussing 'The Hangover 2' movie...

      13.- Skinny-Dipping at Bird Island... hey, we only live once, right...? (I´ve been told it´s lots of fun...)

      14.- Visit the DIF Camp by Cerritos Beach, and help release hundreds of baby sea turtles." Wildlife Preservation efforts are being done all over, you too can help, and have fun in the process..

      15.- Skating downhill on Paseo del Centenario... Sidewalk surfing taken to new heights...!

      16.- Swim with the sharks!!!" Come, visit the Aquarium..." Those who've done that before, may want to drop by again, many new, cool additions, like -you guessed- the Shark Tank!

      17.- Meteor Showers on cloudless nights, over by Delfin Beach....", When the elements permit, and stars are aligned, nothing else compares... Check with your favourite weatherman...

      18.- Visit the Cathedral"... Regardless of your beliefs, you can admire this beautiful XIX century church, combines several architectural styles and it´s a trip on its own...

      19.- The Dia de la Musica street festival", Enjoy a taste of all music genres on different stages, all over Old Downtown. Tonight, live perfomances by local artists, experts on their fields, a feast for your ears...!

      20.- Root for your favourite winter-sport's team wearing a hawaiian shirt, shorts and sandals!!!". Enjoy the NBA Finals, or the NHL playoffs with a cold Pacifico beer, in one of Mazatlan´s many beachside restaurants. Our recommendations: The Fish Market, Diego´s, Munchkins, and/or the Dugout... GO CANUCKS!!!

      21.- Watch time slow down, and the world smile, sitting at one of Plazuela Machado´s cafes... and fancy yourself the next Hemingway...

      22.- A Venados home game! (Mazatlan´s AAA league baseball team...)... Think a MLB game, if it was conceived by Gabriel Garcia Marquez, and narrated by the Farreli´s brothers...

      23.- Carnaval!!! Join the whole town and ask Mazatlan to dance on Mardi Gras...

      And the list could go on and on.... Never a dull moment in Mazatlan, i tell you...
      Saludos,
      Cayo


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