Casa De Don Pablo Hostel

Address: Melchor Ocampo 412, Oaxaca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Hostel
 
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Location

This hostel, located on Melchor Ocampo 412, Oaxaca, is near Zócalo, Benito Juarez Market (Mercado de Benito Juarez), Seasons of My Heart Cooking School, and Isaac Vasquez Studio.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsCasa De Don Pablo Hostel Oaxaca

    Reviewed by simoncole

    Great

    Reviewed Nov 21, 2013
    by (20 reviews) Looe , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    Great little place, close to the centre of action. Seems a bit run down at first, but we have enjoyed our time here.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Casa De Don Pablo Hostel Oaxaca

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

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    A travel blog entry by simoncole on Nov 21, 2013

    2 comments, 16 photos

    Thursday 21 Nov

    I write this on a 6 hour bus ride to Oaxaca (pronounced wa-ha-ka), about 300 miles south of Mexico City. We are travelling with up market operator ADO and it is really comfortable. It is air conditioned and screening a film (dubbed into Spanish) with Richard Geere, a dog and gentle piano music - couldn't be nicer. The …

    The Road Less Traveled

    A travel blog entry by hoornst1 on Jun 23, 2012

    5 comments, 81 photos

    ... of it.

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