Casa de Sierra Azul
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCasa de Sierra Azul Oaxaca
Sensational hotel in a renovated grand casa. 2 blocks from the Zocalo with a great internal courtyard and rooftop terrace. See Tripadvisor for full review. Thoroughly recommended.
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After the mad frenzy that was Mexico City next stop was the cultural capital of Mexico, Oaxaca. This is a beautiful colonial city with a very historic centre around a vibrant market in the Zocalo.
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... an interesting restaurant attached to a gallery. I randomly ordered a few things but they brought a huge selection out so felt a little foolish! Back for a relatively early night, felt completely safe walking back along the quiet and picturesque streets at night. This place reminds me so much of Antigua, Guatemala and Granada, Nicaragua that it feel like I've been rand ported back a few years! Looking forward to meeting up with Tola and her friend for Saturday evening ...
... right time to use a certain tense there is usually not enough time to conjugate it and keep the conversation going. It is at this point that you usually stumble and bumble you way back to one of the basic tenses to finish a thought, question, or response.
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