Hotel Cantera Real
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... 10 am when I arrived in Oaxaca City. I didn't have any problem getting a taxi to my airbnb.com apartment. I originally rented a room for 3 nights, thinking that I might spend a few nights in Teotitlan de Valle, an indigenous weaving community, but Kay and Bliss talked me out of that idea. When I contacted Victor about staying longer, he let me know that it was a holiday weekend (Labor Day) and the room was next a lively restaurant that would be quite noisy. He ...
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... We had a nice outlook over the rest of the Centro Historico. Another observation we have made about Mexico is the slightly lax attitude they have towards Health & Safety. The wall around the top of the roof was only about 700mm high with no balustrade. One wonders if any people with too many cervezas under their belt have come a cropper! Early night tonight for all as we have an early start with a flight to Mexico City and then on to Havana, ...
... to do that anyway.
For example, transportation to nearby places, when you say you want to go stop off at a place along the road, but then they just drive straight past it and your sat at the back of the bus, drowned out by Mariachi trumpets like ermmm… you gonna stop then?!
Wanted to go and see what was apparently the biggest tree in the world, but the driver blasted past that and then was like nah we don’t stop here. Again, similar to all the ones in the US, ...
... among relatives, neighbors and friends. You wouldn't want all that good food to go to waste, would you? So it really works out well for everybody.
Dia celebrations take place all over town. Squares and plazas are filled with elaborate skeleton-themed decorations, and altars are built in the various panteónes (cemeteries), festooned with flowers and gifts. We watched the preparations taking place at the Plaza de la Danza and visited the Panteón San Miguel ...