Hotel Casa Conzatti

Address: Gomez Farias 218, Oaxaca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 68000, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Gomez Farias 218, Oaxaca, is near Muyil, Basílica de la Soledad, Xlapak, and Aké's Mayan ruins.
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        Our casita and Pablo es la chingonada!

        A travel blog entry by lmatsueda on Jul 03, 2015

        2 photos

        We happily arrived that evening to our home for the month after a long day of travel. Our casita is more beautiful than the online photos let on and quieter than we expected. As we have come to find out, it's a great location and close to many of the things in the city that we need and want to explore. Thanks to Elise for making this happen. There was a moment where we were not sure where we were going to stay because it turned out a place we liked ...

        Streets of Oaxaca

        A travel blog entry by ldhensel on Feb 23, 2015

        14 photos

        ... dates back to 600 BC (well, OK, there were folks hunting, gathering, and farming here going back some 20,000 years) when the Zapotecas leveled off the top of a mountain and founded Monte Alban, but I'll save that story for another day. Jumping ahead 2100 years to the early 1500s, the Spanish conquistadors moved through, then followed by Spanish settlers. The Spanish maintained a firm hand on the area right into the early 19th century when the ...

        Thoughts on language, culture, kids and leaving

        A travel blog entry by dlareau on Jan 16, 2014

        8 photos

        ... not be literally translated) is, "may it go well with you" and your response is, "equally". Every time Daphne or I manage to hear it, as it is usually mumbled, and we get in a Igualmente, the kids give us a high five.

        We are also coming along enough with our language that we do not sound like total idiots despite still having trouble conjugating verbs on the fly. It is part of the problem of knowing about the other tenses is that when you realize it ...

        Noche de los Rabonos, Night of the Radish Part 2

        A travel blog entry by dlareau on Dec 23, 2013

        1 comment, 4 photos

        ... night turned into a crazy sea of people an one of the more amazing firework shows that we have seen. Mostly because there is no OSHA so the fireworks were being set off right next to us, and were right overhead (and landing on us too!) The best part was when the light the fireworks over the church, check out the video because when a church is draped in fireworks it is quite a sight. The Mexicans lover their fireworks, and it is one more reason I love ...

        Monte Albán

        A travel blog entry by marconelli on Nov 10, 2013

        5 comments, 17 photos

        ... and explorers throughout the colonial and modern eras, serious archeological investigation did not begin until 1902, albeit on a small scale. In 1931, the first large-scale archeological study began, and it was during the next 18 years that the bulk of the excavation and restoration that can be seen today was completed.

        Below are some photos from our visit to Monte Albán.