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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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This morning breakfast is at Casa Oaxaca (my hotel) and I'm still a little late. Breakfast is not my friend. But we get fruit, breakfast burritos with stringy cheese and mushrooms and juice and it's probably the most authentic breakfast we have had yet! After breakfast there is a quick site inspection for those staying at the other hacienda and …
Breakfast again at the Four Seasons - before we depart for the 2 hour drive to the UNESCO listed city of Puebla. Its a very smooth highway so the journey is easy. Along the way we view 2 active volcano's - Ictacihuatl (sleeping white lady) and Popocatepeptl. White steam blows out of one of them and they are shrouded in puffy white clouds. It is …
... in Oaxaca. Soon, a great clamor began: The state government wanted the five-acre parcel in the heart of downtown Oaxaca City to create a hotel, convention center, and parking facility. A restoration team brought in by the National Institute of Anthropology and History wanted to establish a European garden in the 17th-century baroque style. Some of Toledo’s fellow artists wanted to use the grounds for workshops and exhibition space. ...
... Oaxaca is derived from the Nahuatl name for the place, Huaxyacac, which was Hispanicized to Guajaca, later spelled Oaxaca. "de Juárez" was added in honor of Benito Juárez, who was a native of this state. The coat of arms for the municipality bears the image of the decapitated Donaji, who was an indigenous princess in the years immediately after the Conquest.
Museo de las Culturas de Oaxaca
$64 Pesos entrance fee per person
it was a must to see ...
... br> They have a lot of set menus called Menu el dia (Menu of the day) that are really nice and great value our 3 course one with a beer cost $7 and it was on the main square near all the music. Mexican’s only really seem to eat two meals a day. They eat breakfast and then a big meal between 2-4pm that has taken a little getting used to. You can eat in the evening but it’s not what the locals do. So ...