Fiesta Inn Oaxaca
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Concierge desk
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... has Topes which are speed bumps and more often than not they are unmarked and far too tall. Even when going over some of them at crawling pace we have scraped the bottom of the car as its full of people and luggage. The roads are pretty atrocious in regards to maintenance and some of the pot holes are massive.
After checking in at the Hotel Antigua Curtiduria we walked into centro and found a really nice restaurant/bar and ordered beer and Mezcal ...
... we needed to get out of the city.
Last weekend we rented a car because it cost about the same to go to all the places we wanted to go to and gave us freedom to see and do more. Driving in Mexico I can assure you is like no other driving you have ever done. The two things that made the rental car almost our car was the fact that they have speed bumps, Topes, all over the place, and I almost left the transmission behind on a couple ...
... to the markets for breakfast. The food market was out of this world. There would have been over 50 stalls all run by family's. In this situation the mother is boss of the family. Justin has not been able to stop talking about food! Others in the hostel have just been at him about how he can't stop eating and talking about the food (yes he is becoming a fatty!). Oaxaca is known for their food, chocolate, hot chocolate and did we mention food?! Besides the breakfast we ate in ...
... through the city centre and explored various local specialty shops before meeting with my friend Chris for lunch. We found a nice place called La Crêpe (they liked to think they were French, but it was very Mexican). Chris showed me all the necessary places, good restaurants, banks, pharmacies, the English bookstore, etc. During our walk it began to pour heavily, so we grabbed a cab back to the hostel, and he went home. ...
... I’m marginally proficient - kind of like a kid who has just learned how to ride a bike and seems on the perpetual verge of falling over, only to regain balance and continue on. I stumble through conversations, but, hey, I have conversations. My experience at the language school Amigos del Sol was fantastic. Meeting twice a week with Martha Quiroz, who is working on her English, was also a fun way to practice. We had ...