Hostal de la Noria
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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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... and used in Chinese silks, Persian carpets, and paintings by El Greco, van Gogh, and Rembrandt.
Overhead in the northeast section of the garden, devoted to tropical forests of Oaxaca, is a canopy of balsa and ceiba. There are also graceful Parkinsonia aculeata and huaje, the tree that gives the state its name. The east half of the garden is for plants from the wet regions — cacao, vanilla, achiote — while the west is ...
... architecture of the building was more interesting than the exhibition.
This museum has permanent exhibits of five well-known Oaxacan artists and also has a rotating collection of modern exhibits.
Museo Textile de Oaxaca
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The Oaxaca Textile Museum is located just a few blocks from the zocalo at 917 Hidalgo Street, in a historical building that ...
... awesome dinner, saw some horrendous band there for the international woman's day (They were male?), had a few beers and tequilas with the locals, visited a Karaoke bar where people were singing really bad Spanish Karaoke so bad that they might have scored even less than me on Sing star. I normally get a poor score on Sing star which you can beat by normally just going ummmmmmmmmmmmmm for the whole song. We did find out that we have been ...
... at each other in amazement. The reverberations from the subwoofers were rattling our windows. The music and bright lights penetrated everything. In shared disbelief, we went about our bedtime routine, and eventually yelled “goodnight” to one another, hoping that the music might stop soon or that our three months of sleeping through dogs barking, roosters crowing, and hearing fireworks throughout the night might have hardened ...
... places to avoid, what to do if pulled over by the Federallies (Mexican police), etc. Then Leah and Gary set out on an adventure of a lifetime. If Leah weren't so engaged in her actual book writing, I’d have her write her own entry about the ordeal, a twenty hour drive, including two hours lost in Toluca (when Leah did not follow Jimmy’s explicit instructions to avoid el Centro), three hours lost in Mexico City (did I mention ...