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 Basílica de la Soledad, Muyil, Xlapak, and Dzibichaltun.
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      Hippies, Monkeys and Beaches

      A travel blog entry by curto on Feb 04, 2015

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      ... turns out we weren't the only ones who liked the idea of staying close to nature however, a large gaggle of French hippies were domiciled in the area, and while the gentle scent of pot smoke carried softly by the jungle breeze was frequently detected it wasn't quite apt foil for the fact these creatures hadn't been near a shower for what seemed like a month. A couple of things that bug me about this particular brand of Hippie, I can look past the dreads, ...

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      ... through markets when bus dropped off, tried mole negro, local specialty, was a little spicy but ok. But got leg or thigh of chicken so hardly any meat on it. Had yummy Costa Rican apparently based passion fruit drink with it. Mole is chocolate based sauce. In evening chilled and tried to get up to date with diary but didn't quite ...

      OAXACA - HOLY MOLÉ

      A travel blog entry by breadstickstu on Jan 30, 2014

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      ... the busy streets, Stuie bought a gorgeous hand woven clutch from a beautiful Mayan lady, who sits for hours making bags, puses and all sorts of items weaving the straw like material into the most amazing patterns and shapes. I held so much respect for this woman. She was an true artisan. I loved watching her fingers as they almost danced, using a technique so old in their culture yet still so alive in this modern world. They were all so colourful, I wished ...

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      A travel blog entry by marconelli on Nov 23, 2013

      3 comments, 24 photos

      ... in front of Fernanda you'll see the white queso de Oaxaca (similar to ricotta or cottage cheese) that goes into the cheese-stuffed version of chiles rellenos. The cheese was pressed nearly dry before it was stuffed into the chiles.

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      One of the funnest days of my entire life

      A travel blog entry by ryanpatrick on Sep 17, 2013

      5 comments, 42 photos

      ... Mitla, I stopped in a lil hut with belts, in hopes of finding a guitar strap. Sure enough, I got a very nice and uniquely designed strap for only 30 pesos. The tour guide had arranged a buffet at a restaurant for after Mitla. To my surprise, it was 130 pesos. In Oaxaca, you can find a buffet for 35 pesos. This was not an ideal price for me as I had already spent a lot and wanted to stay until 500 pesos for the day. I ate my snacks and sat with Gal, Netta and ...