Casa Pereyra Hotel And Bungalows

Address: Independencia # 304, Oaxaca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 68000, Mexico | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Independencia # 304, Oaxaca, is near Basílica de la Soledad, Muyil, Xlapak, and Dzibichaltun.
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    Travel Blogs from Oaxaca

    Oaxaca City - Street food capital

    A travel blog entry by shaunandlouise on Apr 21, 2015

    149 photos

    ... br> The next morning we started our day well with a hearty breakfast of eggs, beans, bread and salsa, free on the hostel. Today we spent the day walking around the city and enjoying some street food and tajate, a pre hispanic drink of maize and cocoa. We walked around the markets taking in all the colours and smells. It is a well kept, beautiful city with a relaxed feel to it. For dinner we headed into town for more street food ( corn on the ...

    Monte Alban - Coyotepec - Arrazola - Cuitapam

    A travel blog entry by dieter44 on Feb 06, 2015

    30 photos

    ... impressive ruins in Latin America.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monte_Alb% C3%A1n

    Coyotepec
    San Bartolo Coyotepec is famous for the production of various products of black mud, executed manually and baked in oven under ground. Coyotepec comes from "Coyotl" Coyote and ...

    Beautiful Oaxaca - should have stayed longer

    A travel blog entry by heinzdora on Jun 04, 2014

    2 comments, 30 photos

    ... Hinesh and I first take photos in the rain (lots of rain drops on our shots - boo). There are some sections of the little pools where we see the water bubbling up, that's where the name Hierve el Agua comes from "the water boils". Hinesh jumps in the pool and it is not as warm as we thought it would be. He chills and enjoys his swim. There are others in the pool with him - mainly Mexican tourists.

    Hinesh initially wonders how he is going to get dry given he didn't ...

    Una Calenda a parade to the patron saint of Oaxaca

    A travel blog entry by dlareau on Dec 17, 2013

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... knew I had to get Daphne. But the apartment was on the other side of the parade. I waited for the part where it was just people, all who seemed to have a little cup of what could only be Mezcal, and blended in. That was a joke since I can not blend in anywhere. Kind of like being the black guy in Paonia. But they were amiable and had no problem with me getting to the other side. While there I saw a muneca, only a few ...

    Getting started

    A travel blog entry by marconelli on Oct 31, 2013

    8 comments, 19 photos

    ... the Dead. It is really three full days of activities which Marc will describe later on, but with attendant Mexican horn bands playing until 1 am outside our window, firecrackers, big explosions setting off multitudes of barking dogs and car alarms ... all of which make Rosie a bit, let's say, jumpy. But when worse comes to worst, underneath the master bedroom bed is a great place to hide, Rosie says. She is pretty comfortable in general, though.


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