Fiesta Inn Oaxaca

Address: Avenida Universidad 140, Oaxaca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 68130, Mexico | 2 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Oaxaca

    Oaxaca's Ethnobotanical Garden

    A travel blog entry by dieter44 on Feb 12, 2015

    21 photos

    ... plants, and all the plants (with the exception of few species) would be wild natives. De Ávila, who became founding director, enlisted local gardeners and healers to help maintain and provide specimens for the garden. The ground was prepared, and then the hard part began. “We brought in as large plants as we could manage, but nobody had experience with them,” says de Ávila. Fertilizing and disease and pest control ...

    Moving to Oaxaca for two weeks

    A travel blog entry by dieter44 on Feb 01, 2015

    91 photos

    ... br> - Defense of memoirs
    - Santo Domingo, history and discoveries

    Museo de Arte Prehispanico de Mexico, Rufino Tamayo
    $40 Pesos entrance fee per person
    it was a must to see and worth the entrance fee.

    The Rufino Tamayo Museum of Mexican Prehispanic Art was opened on January 29, 1974. It is a testimony of the importance and value of Precolumbian Mexican Art.

    Breakfast at Hotel Oaxaca Real


    Monte Alban

    A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Mar 08, 2014

    35 photos

    ... of the time using human sacrifice etc. However they were very advanced in agriculture, trade & astronomy. They had a solar chamber which still works today over 2000yrs after it was built that predicts the seasons etc and helped them know when to plant the right crops etc. They had a crazy ritual called the ballgame which was a little like an early form of handball combined with netball using a stone covered in ...

    Dia De Muertos (Day of the Dead)

    A travel blog entry by melodyandbrad on Oct 26, 2013

    41 photos

    ... with marigolds, candles and offerings. Mariachi music playing in every direction and families gathered around their loved ones grave telling stories, crying, laughing, drinking... The atmosphere was so electric. We ventured out of the cemetery to one of the nearby foods stalls where we were welcomed by locals who helped us order what we wanted and insisted on sharing their mezcal with us. We left with some mixed emotions but some unforgettable ...

    Day 5: Hierve el Agua

    A travel blog entry by holliem on Sep 08, 2013

    18 photos

    ... hand had come from 3 days in Mexico City, working shift work, not exercising and eating badly. So it was not looking good for me... Lol. The boys said to blame it on the altitude. But I know better... I am unfit. I found that even resting I couldn't catch my breath. I soldiered on, scrambling up steep rock faces, holding on by my fingertips and praying my shoes don't slip. Little scary at times. I did feel light headed at one stage and the boys were kind enough to ...