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This Month’s Featured Property
Million Dollar View!
Stunning 2 Bedroom / 2.5 Bathrooms Oceanfront / Beachfront Solaria Tower Jr.Penthouse!
Occupying a private stretch of Cerritos Beach, Mazatlan’s most famous stretch of sand. Feel the life’s pressures melt away as you survey breathtaking vistas of Deer Island, golden sand and the sparkling Sea of Cortez.
Experience a world of pure relaxation at Solaria Tower in Mazatlan, Mexico. Your 2-bedroom paradise is found on the grounds of the magnificent condo on the 15th floor of Solaria Tower, a refined and sophisticated privately owned resort community. Occupying a private stretch of Cerritos Beach, Mazatlan’s most famous stretch of sand. Feel the life’s pressures melt away as you survey breathtaking vistas of Deer Island, golden sand and the sparkling Sea of Cortez.
Begin and end each day around the al fresco table of your private balcony. As the sun rises higher in the endless blue sky, take to a chaise longue and watch boats skim the horizon. Explore the grounds, where you’ll have exclusive access to beach loungers and several pristine pool areas. Indulge yourself with a gourmet experience on-site, or relax a soothing sauna. After a day of indulgence, keep active in the fully-equipped gym.
Inside, hundreds of individual touches have each been carefully planned, creating an exceptional standard of an Authentic Mexican Decor elegance. The spacious living room, with a finely upholstered lounge set, resides next to immense picture windows and a pocket glass wall.
You’ll be excused for not wanting to leave the grounds, but when you do, you’ll find adventure at every turn. Stroll the long shoreline of Cerritos Beach for a glimpse of Mazatlan’s beauty. Explore the town for shopping, dining and nightlife in excess.
Solaria Tower Amenities:
24 hrs Secured Access
Lobby & Lounge Area
Dressing Rooms w/ baths
Terrace w/ Ocean View
Lounge w/ Grill
Infinity Pool & Jacuzzi
Sunbathing area w/ Lounge Chairs
Beach AccessMaster Bedroom
Private BathroomGuest Bedroom
Private BathroomChef’s Kitchen- fully equipped with refrigerator, stove, microwave, dishwasher, small appliances, and dishes.
Learn more about this great opportunity with Mazatlan4Sale and talk with one of our friendly agents about how this can be your next home.
Venados Golf Tournament:
October 25th to 27th 2019
The Venados will present its second seasonal Golf Tournament on October 25th thru 27th 2019.
It will be hosted at Mazatlans Premier PGA golf course, the Estrella Del Mar and will allow EVERY ENTRANT (no matter their handicap!) the opportunity to win top prizes!
Estrella del Mar presents a spectacular 18 – hole golf course, and is considered one of the best and most beautiful in Mexico.
The par-72, seven thousand & fifteen – yard course, offers an amazing setting, surrounded by a tropical landscape, recently expanded greens, new exit tees and strategically located bunkers, where six of its holes are facing the sea!
The Estrella Del Mar is host of the Latin America PGA Tour and offers an unforgettable experience for players of all levels.
The Venados tournament is dedicated to the Venados icon, Edgar Gonzalez, twice selected for the Mexico National Team in the 2009 and 2013 World Baseball Classic, and Venados champion for the 2009, LMP season.
The Venados Golf Tournament “Tees off” on Friday October 25th, and then on Saturday 26th includes, a post – Venados game (Yaqis v Venados), SHOOT OUT! competition from the Presidential Suite at the Teodoro Mariscal Baseball Stadium
The winner will receive usage of an executive suite at the Teodoro mariscal Stadium for the entire remaining 2019/2020 LMP baseball season!
The winner will receive usage of an executive suite at the Teodoro Mariscal Stadium for the entire remaining 2019/2020 LMP baseball season!
To make the event even more fun and to enable all entrants the chance to win fantastic prizes, we are creating a unique competition based upon:
On Holes 6, 8, 13 & 16 the player who gets closest to the pin will win an “all – inclusive” trip for two for the Caribbean Series Puerto Rico 2020 or a Fiat Mobi 2019.
Hole in One
On holes 6, 8, 13 & 16, a hole in one gets to win a 2019 model Jeep Renegade, a Fiat Palio, a Golf Cart or up to $5,000 USD in cash!
*THREE rounds of golf (including Practice round) from October 25th thru Sunday 27th 2019, at Mazatlan´s Premier PGA Golf course – The Estrella Del Mar
*Second Day SHOOT OUT! Saturday October 26th 2019
Post – game Yaquis v Venados in the Presidential suite at the Teodoro Mariscal (Includes complimentary ticket to the baseball game). Winner receives an executive suite (accommodates seating for 15) for the remainder of the 2019/20 baseball season
*10 Major Prizes from Cars to Cash & Amazing Trips!
*System allows ALL players the chance to win!
*All entrants receive complimentary gifts including Venados Cap & Shirt
Independent Day Mexico
Mexico’s independence from Spain is celebrated every year on September 16 to commemorate the beginning of the Mexican War of Independence in 1810. However, Mexican patriotic spirit is embodied in a multitude of popular traditions celebrated over the months of September and October.
From the beginning of September, Mexico’s streets and buildings are festooned with an explosion of green, white, and red, but the main events occur when crowds gather in town squares across the nation to shout “Viva México!” on the evening of September 15, and again on September 16, when you’ll find parades and other civic celebrations.
When Is Mexican Independence Day?
Some people outside of Mexico may confuse Mexican Independence Day with Cinco de Mayo (May 5), but that is a different celebration (and a much less important one in Mexico) that commemorates Mexico’s victory over France at the Battle of Puebla in 1862 during the Franco-Mexican War.
Mexican Independence Day, on the other hand, is a celebration of the start of the Mexican War of Independence and is also referred to in Mexico by the date of the event: el dieciséis de Septiembre (the 16th of September). It is one of Las Fiestas Patrias (the patriotic festivals) and is celebrated on the night of September 15 and all day on September 16 each year in cities across Latin America.
This is one of the most important fiestas of the year in Mexico, and the whole month of September is referred to as el mes de la patria (month of the homeland).
El Grito de Dolores
Mexico’s War of Independence officially began in the early hours of September 16, 1810, when the priest Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla rang the church bell and cried out to the townspeople to take up arms and rise up against the Spanish Crown.
This event became known as el grito de Dolores (the cry of Dolores), named after the town in Guanajuato state where it took place. Within no time, the priest had assembled a large and unruly but resolute mob to march with him toward Mexico City, sparking the uprising against Spanish rule.
Each year, cities across Mexico commemorate this historic day by yelling “Viva México!” and reciting the Grito, which varies depending on where you are in the country. Some of the most popular places to celebrate El Grito in Mexico include Mexico City’s main square, the Zocalo, where the Mexican president initiates the Grito from the balcony of the Palacio Nacional; Dolores Hidalgo, known as the Cradle of Mexican Independence, where the original cry took place; and San Miguel de Allende, the birthplace of one of the leaders of the independence Movement Ignacio Allende.
The Mexican War of Independence
The Mexican War of Independence was an armed conflict between the people of Mexico and Spanish colonial authorities. The movement was initiated by criollos(Mexican-born people of Spanish descent), with mestizos (people of mixed indigenous and European heritage) and native people joining in the struggle. However, each of these groups had different motives and goals.
The war lasted more than a decade and ended with the signing of the Treaty of Córdoba on August 24, 1821, ending three centuries of Spanish rule.
How to Celebrate Mexican Independence Day
Mexican Independence Day is celebrated with fireworks, flags, food, and parades. On the night of September 15, the cry of Dolores is re-enacted by local politicians in the public squares of most cities and towns throughout the country.
On September 16, there are parades and civic ceremonies commemorating Mexico’s independence. September 16 is a national holiday. in Mexico, so all schools, banks, and government offices are closed.
Mexico’s flag, the coat of arms, and the national anthem are Mexico’s national symbols (los símbolos patrios), and they feature prominently in Independence Day celebrations and decorations. Tourists can purchase their own patriotic souvenirs from street vendors and markets in cities across the country, and participants in the Mexican Independence Day festivities are encouraged to wear traditional garb and colors on the Mexican flag.
Patriotic Mexican Foods
Wearing red, green, and white and attending street festivals and parades aren’t the only ways to celebrate Mexican Independence Day. Visitors should also take the opportunity to sample some of Mexico’s favorite dishes during this patriotic holiday.
Chiles en Nogada is a Mexican dish that has the colors of the Mexican flag, and it’s a favorite food for this holiday. Pozole, a soup made of hominy and pork, is also a popular food for Independence Day celebrations. As for drinks, tequila and mezcal fit the bill, but for a really festive touch, try a Mexican flag shooter.
Mexico is the Culinary Giant…
Let’s discover one by one the most traditional and authentic flavor dishes
Tacos de Pollo con Salsa de Aguacate
Like you, we love tacos and we love easy. Our pan cooked chicken tacos are both. We top lime marinated chicken with creamy avocado salsa and serve it on fresh corn tortillas for authentic flavor. We’ll show you how to make it.
How to Prepare the Chicken
The seasoning for these tacos is super simple, just lime and salt but the results are full of flavor. The meat has a nice citrus tang that is complemented by the mild guacamole salsa.
Gather your ingredients:
4 chicken breast about 1 1/2 lbs.
4 Key limes (Mexican limes)
1 tsp. salt
Butterfly the chicken breasts so that the meat is an even thickness.
Place chicken in a large mixing bowl and squeeze the juice of the limes over the chicken and then sprinkle with salt. Turn the chicken to coat evenly with lime juice and salt. Refrigerate for 1 hour turning meat once.
Preheat 2 tablespoons oil over medium heat. Cook for about 4 minutes until the chicken is nicely browned on one side.
Turn and cook for another 4 minutes. Check for doneness and cook for 1 or 2 minutes more if needed
We cooked the chicken in a skillet but it is great grilled too.
How to Prepare the Salsa
Gather your ingredients:
4 small avocados (2 large)
1 serrano chile
1/2 cup Mexican cream
1/4 medium white onion
1 plum tomatoes
1 clove garlic
12 sprigs cilantro
1/2 teaspoon salt
Choose very ripe soft avocados which will give your salsa a smooth creamy texture. The salsa is mild because we only use 1 serrano chile. If you prefer more heat add 1 extra serrano chile. You do not need to remove the seeds and veins from the chiles.
Chop the tomatoes and onion into small pieces. Set the tomato aside you will add it to the salsa after all of the other ingredients have been Blended.
Add all of the ingredients to your blender and blend until smooth. If you are having difficulty blending because the salsa is too thick add 2 tablespoons of water at a time until you are able to get the consistency that you want.
Pour the salsa into a serving bowl. Gently mix the chopped tomatoes in. The salsa should be nice and creamy.
How to Serve
Slice the chicken into 1/2″ strips. Preheat the corn tortillas and cover with a clean dish towel to keep warm. Place 3 chicken strips on each tortilla and top chicken with 1 or 2 tablespoons of avocado salsa. Serve with lime wedges on the side. These tacos are great served with classic guacamole too.
Pico de Gallo
Finely shredded lettuce or cabbage
Thinly sliced radishes
Crumbled queso fresco
Shredded jack cheese
Extra cream, sour or Mexican
Your favorite salsa
Detailed recipe: mexicanfoodjournal.com
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Facts about Mazatlan that probably you didn’t know…
Mazatlan means in the Nahuatl language
“Land of the Deer” located in the Mexican State of Sinaloa well known in for being the “Bread basket of Mexico” the most important Latin America fruit and vegetable canneries are established in this rich agriculture zone.
Mazatlan is also visited for many cruise ships company due to so many interesting tourist spots the city offers as: The High Divers, The Mermaid and Cupid Monument, The Continuity of Life Monument, The Fishermen Monument, The Highest Natural Lighthouse in the World, The Shrimp Market, The biggest shrimp fleet in Mexico, La Marina and all the beautiful island that decorate the bay of Mazatlan. There are also dozens of villages nearby that can be visited in a day tour as: El Quelite, Copala, Concordia, El Rosario, La Noria, San Ignacio, Cosala, Teacapan, Escuinapa, Isla de la Piedra, Las Moras, La Vinata, El Habal, El Potrero de Carrasco, El Roble, Siqueros, El Wallamo, Villa Union, Malpica, Mesillas, etc.
Come and visit us you will be very surprised of the beauty of the city, see why Mazatlan is considered the entrance of the Sea of Cortez.
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