Hotel Palacio Borghese
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Palacio Borghese Oaxaca
Very good, beautiful Parador-like hotel with great service.
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There is a definite spirit of revolution, alive and well, in Mexico. We saw it in Mexico City with the literally thousands of police and military, fully armed and with riot equipment at hand, waiting for a demonstration by Oaxacan teachers that might require attending to.
We had planned to take a luxury bus to the town of Oaxaca (and they …
... a zucchini flour svegetable soup, hand-made tortillas with a spiced, shredded chicken filling, again containing many ingredients. (not your standard 'Taco Bell taco')! The three of us working continuously used the entire 1.5 to 2 hour time period in making the meal. We always considered Mexican food rather simple, but these dishes were quite elaborate. Many types of peppers were used, each prepared a different way; ...
... Chiles Stuffed with Minced Chicken
½ c. sugar
1 t. cider vinegar
10 small or 5 medium chiles of any of the following types:
(dried) chile pasilla Oaxaqueña
(fresh) chile de agua (possibly similar to Hungarian wax pepper)
(fresh) chile poblano
... we had ended up in an unfamiliar part of the city. Half way in the right direction, Brody said he felt like ****, so him and Anna decided to go home. Of course I'm not one for eating at a restaurant alone, so I decided to go find a street vendor. I found one in the process of making a superb looking burger, and I asked him for two. Check the photo for the details! It was friggin' amazing. In my opinion the best burger I've ever had was the Hintonburger ...
... somebody looking officious momentarily boarding. Exited on to Hwy 135 soon thereafter.
Roadside grave markers mean the same here as home. We began to slice through mountainous terrain. It was a two lane road so for passing cars head to the shoulder and the 'speedy Gonzalez' would motor on. Shortly after 2011 saw Oaxaca at 203k away. There are farmlands about but no farmhouses spotted. Scrub grass was winning the war re greenery.
Puebla disappointed ...