My husband and I have been going to the Inn at Mazatlan since l983. We consider it our second home. In June we decided to take our seven members of our family so that our grandchildren might experience the joy of the nearby ocean, long walks on the beach, and cultural explorations of historic Mazatlan. On our last day, my husband, who has balance issues, flew over the top of his walker to land on the concrete, as he tried unsuccessfully to move down three steps from our unit to the pool. Within seconds, the lifeguard and concierge were at his side along with servers and even a guest who assisted the life guard (Francisco?) with applying bandages over cuts and bruises. The concierge called a doctor who came to examine my husband, then took him to his nearby office for emergency surgery for nine stitches to close a deep cut to his head. For the courtesy over the years of the whole staff, the comfort we experience being "at home" here, we are grateful. But this time went farther in caring for a dear partner-in-travel who is growing fragile at 85.