Casa de Sierra Azul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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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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Oaxaca, Monte Alban & Mitla
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.
Our hotel was a restored Mexican casa, built about 100 years ago with a wonderful central courtyard …
The night air was cool but not cold, a result of the arid climate, as we walked north from our hotel into the zocalo. The zocalo is a large open square ringed by shops and restaurants and dominated by massive trees and a beautiful cathedral glowing with lights. The center was filled with a city of tents - the temporary domicile of teachers protesting union benefits and the incarceration of fellow protestors, an event which Louise ...
... thinking we would take a break of the tacos and enjoyed the Mexican live music being played on the streets. 23rd May, Friday We were pretty unorganized for today but decided we were keen on seeing Hierve Agua although. It was a fair way out of town so we caught a taxi to Mitla, then two pick up trucks up the mountains, a bump ride but we loved it crusing in the back of the ute. ...
... taxi by some miracle and begin the four and a half hour journey to Oaxaca. Poor Mario was dosing me up with meds and let me wear his jumper (by this point I had three layers on which I immediately peeled off as soon as we were off the bus). By the next morning I started to feel a bit better. Thank God for drugs. Day 7: Our first real day in Oaxaca. I manage to stomach some juice and what look like giant corn chips (tostadas) with beans and avocado for breakfast. We ...
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