Hotel Casa Cue

Address: Aldama 103, Colonia Centro, Oaxaca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 68000, Mexico | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Aldama 103, Colonia Centro, Oaxaca, is near Monte Alban, Zócalo, Chocolates La Soledad, and MARO.
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    Travel Blogs from Oaxaca

    Oaxaca - Monte Albán

    A travel blog entry by neptunized on Apr 08, 2015

    85 photos

    ... So there were quite a lot of mexican tourists and a hand full of foreigners. We took the time to walk through and around the town to explore the streets. It is a sleepy place, though. You can walk a few streets without seeing any people and when you come closer to a church there is suddenly a market, a cultural dance event or a guy who places his telescope on the sidewalk to watch Jupiter and the moon. It is a weird little place but we liked it a lot.   ...

    Petrified waterfalls, ancient trees and mezcal

    A travel blog entry by segacs on Dec 25, 2014

    19 photos

    ... Really quite good, actually.

    Zapotec ruins and cacti

    Next, we went to Mitla, home of some of the most important archeological ruins from the Zapotec period. The remains of the temples and houses have intricate geometric patterns, and were built with hand-cut stones so perfectly carved that they didn't use any mortar to hold them together.

    The ruins were located behind the town's main church -- which, itself, was built on top of ruins. ...

    Gallery79

    A travel blog entry by gallery79 on Apr 23, 2014

    12 photos

    ... to sugar and junk food (they're way ahead of America in diabetes rate), Oaxacans are quite fit and healthy.
    The route getting here is a tough one - a few hundred kilometers through twisted, mountainous jungle. With rain starting to sprinkle through, it meant slow driving, so despite an early start, I didn't get in until late afternoon. It was good prep for the Amazon, I'm sure...and el Burro was telling me he needed to get his ...

    Los Niños de México

    A travel blog entry by marconelli on Nov 30, 2013

    5 comments, 37 photos

    ... is a celebration of the Virgen de Guadalupe, who allegedly appeared on that day to one Juan Diego. Parents dress their children up like Indian princesses or like Juan Diego and take them to the Llano and photograph them on burros (real or fake). It's a great day for kiddy-watching. At the end of the photo display below (after the set from Chamula) are a bunch that I took at the most recent celebration of the Virgin. The kids are just too cute to resist.
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    Lucid Dreaming, and a day of luxurious relaxation

    A travel blog entry by ryanpatrick on Sep 23, 2013

    1 comment, 3 photos

    Today started off great. I awoke on this cloud of a bed, fully rested, and thinking about what I had just dreamed. To my surprise, I had been lucid dreaming, which is when you are fully aware of your dream and in full control of it. Let me tell you, it's one of the most amazing experiences you can have. Especially when your dream involves flying. At first, it was hard to fly, and I had trouble staying on course. I was flying through a small town, and was headed ...