Hostal de la Noria
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHostal de la Noria Oaxaca
We loved our time here, good rooms, great food, extremely helpful staff, close to Zocalo Plaza can't think of any minus sides.
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<b>Oaxaca – exploring food</b> After a six hours bus ride throught the beautiful mountains between Mexico City and Oaxaca with thousands of cactusses that look like little soldiors standing on the hills and along the road watching the cars passing by, we arrived in Oaxaca in the evening. We checked in the hostel Don Pablo and then checked out the Zocalo – the main plaza – where plenty of food and sales booths built a market around ...
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San Antonio Arrazola
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... of the vegetation and learn about some of the medicinal benefits of the plants along the way. One weird smelling flower smelt like ashtray (true story). Hinesh was click click clicking away at the scenery. We saw lots of agaves - this is the plant from which mezcal is made. Mezcal is the Oaxacan version of tequila. Some agaves were piqueño and some were giant sized.
It rained at some points of the walk but nothing that our rain coats wouldn't fix. The rain was a ...
Woke up late as I didn't get home until 3am. And am obviously feeling a bit seedy. Definitely annoyed about drinking last night. Lucy left this morning. So just Shannon & I left in our dorm. Dave had left early for Monte Alban. i had a banana for breakfast as i couldn't stomach anything else. So I was a little lost for what to do for the day as my drinking had caused my plans to go out the window and all though I was hungover I was determined to ...
... visiting a friend in Copenhagen in early December, the kids and I kicked off our holiday season with a, you guessed it, German tradition. We joined our friends Oliver and Vera, parents of two of Micah and Zola’s classmates, for a viewing of the movie "Fuerzangenbowle", accompanied by sweet breads, mulled wine, and good food. Oliver, the German half of the couple, has watched this movie every December for the past twenty plus years. I ...