Can someone put up pics of what’s happening?
I haven't taken pics, but construction continues with a lot of dust. Something I haven't been able to figure out is that traffic has been slowed in the Golden zone as they tear up the streets to emplace bricks for pedestrian crossings--even where there are no intersections. What I find ironic is that pedestrians don't seem to have the right-of-way in Mazatlán anyway, and even at traffic lights pedestrians have to look for turning vehicles that barely slow down. How are these crosswalks supposed to help pedestrians and motorists? Personally I think it is only cosmetic. As a motorist, I would prefer that they repair the driving surfaces.
Chuck, the entire project is purely cosmetic. NONE of it will help any business or any tourist. When they get done not any restaurant nor business of any kind will have ANY perking for customers, from Valantinos south to Old Mazatlan. The 'Bike Lane' is separated and 'protected' from passing vehicles by some thin posts and a cable that would barely stop an out of control motorcycle. Extremely unsafe in my opinion. But gee, it will 'look' pretty. Glad I don't own a business out there that relies on customers being able to park within 4 blocks!
Yes, i would love to see pics of the DQ site and Marriott site. Where can we find pics?
Does this mean that the Dairy Queen is closed?
I am heading back to Mazatlán after almost 2 years, and DQ is one of the mandatory places to visit!
Dairy queen on Camaron Sabalo has been demolished, however there is another in Gran Plaza food court.
Thanks. Stay away for a couple of years, and things change! I hope I find some changes for the best to make up for DQ being torn down!
And at Woolworth’s mall!
Fear not, there are 4 other locations, a couple of which have been mentioned above.
Insurgentes (in the Soriana parking area, drive through or sit inside)
Sendero Plaza (opposite end of Woolworths) enclosed with tables/seating, a nice quiet break from mall stuff.
Check for maps on this link and zoom in for closer location views (if you don't want DQ Radio playing while you browse, mute your sound first) http://www.dairyqueen.com.mx/mx/stores
I added photos of the Inn entrance, DQ site and Los Arcos site to flickr.