Calesa Real

Garcia Vigil 306, Oaxaca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 68000, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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TripAdvisor Reviews Calesa Real Oaxaca

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Oaxaca

Ep. 27 Oaxaca and Monte Alban

A travel blog entry by itsthejourney on Jul 29, 2014

6 comments, 22 photos

... dopo ci dirigiamo verso le montagne nei dintorni di Oaxaca per visitare il sito azteco di Monte Alban. A 2000 metri sopra il livello del mare il sito offre viste mozzafiato sulle valli sottostanti con tanto di architettura azteca.

Dopo Oaxaca ci aspettano 11 ore di bus notturno attraverso le montagne per arrivare a San Cristobal De Las Casas in ...

Biggest tree in the world?

A travel blog entry by bruceontour on Nov 27, 2013

36 photos

... Tulle. Tlayuda which is pork, negro modelo, cervezal for 100 peso (tip included) / NZ $ 9.40 / US $ 7.60.

Then supposedly the largest tree in the ...

Oaxaca Santa Domingo Church

A travel blog entry by bruceontour on Nov 26, 2013

1 comment, 83 photos

... which for me was an open grill Dela Parrilla. I chose the Arrachera ...

Wall Art of Oaxaca

A travel blog entry by marconelli on Nov 08, 2013

4 comments, 12 photos

... whatever hour it feels like, anyway.

Oh dear, the lights just turned off entirely for a few seconds. Maybe this saga isn't really over.

And now for the photos:

The sign says, in part, "Hey, thief: if we catch you, we're not gonna turn you in to the cops; we're gonna string you up."

Look carefully -- Elly's in this next one.


Land of Mezcal and Chocolate

A travel blog entry by crushe_d on Jul 10, 2013

48 photos

... tourists' favourite with the worm in the bottom. A particular delight was the passion fruit mezcal. After we had parted with some of our hard-earned cash our bags clinked merrily and we headed towards "Hierve el Agua" - a petrified waterfall in the mountains near Oaxaca. There were awesome views and a natural limestone pool fed by springs. Unfortunately for us we hadn't been told this in advance so had nothing to wear into said pool. Other smart tourists were lounging around ...