Hotel Fortin Plaza
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... added. For that reason I ordered a flavourless one hoping for it to be spiced like the orchata is but what I got was literally just plain old hot water and maiz flour which was a tad disapointing but at least it was filling! I´m hoping to have a go at making it myself once we get a flat in Guatemala and would be keen to try making it with the pecan soya milk i´ve had here if they sell it over there too.
After breakfast we were determined to find a new ...
... styles can be seen in the columns that adorn the facades. Some facades have a mixture of styles—Etruscan, Doric, Ionic, Corinthian and Solomonic (spiral). And sometimes, a single column will incorporate several of these styles!
The missionaries (primarily Dominican and clearly optimists) expected to convert masses of natives so they always included large courtyards in front of the churches with open chapels ...
... to the hostel but rather went on a scenic detour instead. Thankfully Hostel Don Nino welcomed us despite our crumpled and worn down appearance. Fast forward through a long nap and Alyssa's 3 trips into the men's bathroom before realizing it was not the women's bathroom (also where Alyssa learned the difference between Senor and Senorita) we were ready to go explore the city. We checked out the local Zocalo and ...
... the way that hundreds of years ago had been trained to be a fence, or to be used as a drying rack for corn. But the lichen, bromeliads, and air plants as well as hanging cactus were what blew us away!
Check out the pictures becasue it was amazing, and we made it back to the Zocalo just in time to see the Broncos beat San Diego to boot. It was a great weekend and really help us to see the diversity of landscape that the state of Oaxaca has to offer, truly amazing! ...
... on our guided excursion of Monte Albán with a “local” Canadian Suzanne. She has been living here for 15 ...