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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
TripAdvisor Reviews Casa Bonita Oaxaca
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... me a quiet apt. For the week, for the same price as the room, so I decided to take it. It's good that this place was cheap ($35/night)! I'll blame the condition on it being a very old house and I didn't see any women involved in the operation! I usually have pretty good luck with airbnb.com places, but this one was a challenge, even for me!!
The best thing about the accommodations was the location; an easy walk to everything and next door to a wonderful ...
... very hot, live fire. One of these empanadas can fill you up for hours. The biggest revelation were the tamales. At home these are weeny affairs, cornmeal filled with a little spicy meat and wrapped in corn husks. Here they are large savory affairs, masa -- cornmeal -- stuffed with one of several moles and mixtures of meat and vegetables. Fabulous! To help wash these down there are jug (juice) stands that where you can buy mixtures ...
... on the night buses but I'm happy to report that we aren't part of that statistic yet.
7am rolls around and we arrive in Oaxaca to grey clouds - boo. We grab brekkie at subway and I get a decent cappuccino from the coffee shop at the bus station. We decide to catch a taxi from the bus station to our new home - Casa Angel and it is a short ride.
The hostel is nice enough to let us check in very early (8am) and we are thankful to be able to dump our bags and ...
... and rational reason and me just being an idiot, but I would actually like to see a waterfall that looked petrified. As it was, I set off early then found myself waiting for 3 hours until enough people turned up for us to all go over there.
Was pretty impressive – kind of similar to some of the thermal volcanic thingymabobs in Yellowstone, but this wouldn’t melt you so you could actually go swimming. The weather was overcast and the water FREEZING so I was ...
We decided to make our (nearly) annual visit to Oaxaca more interesting by bringing along our cat, Rosie. This decision certainly made our travel arrangements much more complicated. We not only had to make all the necessary arrangements with the Mexican government to import a domestic animal (health forms, doctor's certificates, proof of vaccinations, etc.), but we also had to find an airline that was willing to allow us to travel with our cat inside ...