Hotel Casa Antigua

Address: Calle 5 de Mayo 206, Oaxaca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 68000, Mexico | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Calle 5 de Mayo 206, Oaxaca, is near Zócalo, Benito Juarez Market (Mercado de Benito Juarez), Seasons of My Heart Cooking School, and El Mirador.
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      Travel Blogs from Oaxaca

      Hippies, Monkeys and Beaches

      A travel blog entry by curto on Feb 04, 2015

      30 photos

      ... So to me a 13hr skip from Cancun to Palenque isn't a big deal, a necessary evil if you will. Nick on the other hand hasn't done a great deal of travel and hasn't had the pleasure, and by the time we arrived he looked as though he had spent I night in a Mexican prison.
      We headed to Palenque after my sister had told me there was monkeys there, and apparently some ruins as well. We had opted to stay in a little jungle lodge at the entrance of the ...

      Lazy day / monte alban

      A travel blog entry by hils80 on Oct 06, 2014

      Felt knackered! Had a very slow morning, spoke to mum and Kath. Eventually ventured out of hostel around 2 and took bus up to Monte Alban - really pretty, very green, nice ruins. Tour guide took me round but if it, said he was practicing his English but I told him I was not paying him! Then roamed around by myself, gorgeous views of Oaxaca ...

      OAXACA - HOLY MOLÉ

      A travel blog entry by breadstickstu on Jan 30, 2014

      36 photos

      ... just relaxing around Oaxaca. That night we found a gorgeous strip of funky bars and cool restaurants but unfortunately my lunch was causing me all sorts of tummy troubles (so much for trying to be healthy, turns out as I'd suspected salads are not a safe option in Mexico) so I sadly wasn't in a hugely excited space for food and drink. I was so disappointed as it all looked fantastic, but I slapped a smile on my face and tried to get on with it. After dinner ...

      Cooking class: Chiles Rellenos

      A travel blog entry by marconelli on Nov 23, 2013

      3 comments, 24 photos

      ... br>

      As in almost every Mexican dish, we began with a lot of chopping. Here, garlic, onions, carrots, and potatoes are chopped. They'll go into the arroz con verduras (rice with vegetables) that will accompany the stuffed peppers. Dried peas and canned corn also go into this delicious rice dish.
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      One of the funnest days of my entire life

      A travel blog entry by ryanpatrick on Sep 17, 2013

      5 comments, 42 photos

      ... the architectural design of the Zapotec's, and the art of the Miztec. The tombs below the structures were especially interesting, as the entrance must have been three feet high. When we met up with our guide, he continued to explain how the Zapotec were not violent people like how the Spaniards had described them in their letters back home, they were in fact intellects. Scientists, astronomers, architects, mathematicians, etc. They were very intelligent for their time. ...