Casa de Siete Balcones
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... regularly in her annual visits to Oaxaca. We sat down at a small table on the corner and enjoyed our first taste of the much anticipated Oaxacan cuisine. Vanessa and Louise enjoyed a delicious sopa Azteca, similar to a chicken tortilla soup, served with a side of quesillo which is a stringy cheese that is a specialty of Oaxaca. Shane had a tlayuda, a crispy fried tortilla covered in cheese, chicken, and an amazing sauce known as mole negro. Mole is ...
... joking saying 'cultcha' (culture) in a real Aussie accents . Hierve al Ague mean 'the water boils'. The name comes from the water tricking down of a cliff edge forming a white crystallized looking like a frozen waterfall. The natural spring pool at he top was where anyone could swim in and enjoy natures beauty overlooking beautiful mountains. In this area there were lots of little ...
... the Santo Domingo cathedral and take a four hour walk around the zocalo. We meet David the Clown as we walk and he makes me a balloon flower. Which after five minutes of carrying around we gave to a little girl. She beamed when Mario handed it to her and I then noticed she only had one arm. And here I am complaining about a bit of food poisoning. Shut up. We pass by some local markets and Mario is adamant he wants to try out some fried grasshoppers. I have to go stand ...
... tomatoes became watery. Then we added the shredded chicken, and cooked the entire mixture until it was nearly dry.
When the mixture was cooked, it was ready to be stuffed into the chiles, as Fernanda is doing in the photo on the left.
In the photo on the right you can see what the chiles ...
... corruption issues. This story certainly didn't reassure I would be safe if anything was to ever happen to me, but watching them parade on the streets and people clapping for them as if they did good? I'm sure they do every now and again, but assaulting a Mexican citizen? Imagine what would happen to me. When I was in Mexico City, the federal police had their own hangar, with FOUR private jets. We all know that no police force ever needs four jets. ...