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

    Our casita and Pablo es la chingonada!

    A travel blog entry by lmatsueda on Jul 03, 2015

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    ... Elise stayed on it and here we are. Pablo - Pablo is the endearing person that owns the property. He was a former teacher and among other things is a guide so he seems to know everything. We love his sense of humor an enjoy chatting with him. As of now I mostly listen to their conversations because I'm still learning the language but I'm surprised how much I seem to understand. Pablo lives in the property next door with his wife and their six chihuahua/mini ...

    Streets of Oaxaca

    A travel blog entry by ldhensel on Feb 23, 2015

    14 photos

    ... movement swept through the country. The streets of Oaxaca show evidence of that Spanish era. Oaxaca has some of the best remaining colonial architecture in the country. Beautiful and ornate churches and basilicas dot the town and wrought iron railings and grates ornament the windows. Oaxaca was once nicknamed the Emerald City because of the green cantera stone used in the major buildings. Cantera stone is unique to Mexico and Central America. It is ...

    Thoughts on language, culture, kids and leaving

    A travel blog entry by dlareau on Jan 16, 2014

    8 photos

    ... right time to use a certain tense there is usually not enough time to conjugate it and keep the conversation going. It is at this point that you usually stumble and bumble you way back to one of the basic tenses to finish a thought, question, or response.

    There are certain things about the language that tells you a lot about the culture and I truly love these pieces that I get to take with me. The word convivir, roughly translated it is ...

    You've never seen radishes like these before !

    A travel blog entry by dlareau on Dec 23, 2013

    13 photos

    This is the tale of El noche de los rabanos Part I -Day time :

    The morning walk to school had the city buzzing with activity, so we decided to check out the scene at the Zocalo where the exposition of the art work for the competition of the El noche de los rabanos was getting set up. The streets leading into the Zocalo were shut off from traffic and ...


    A travel blog entry by rich-and-fi on Oct 12, 2013

    22 photos

    After realizing that not many Mexicans speak American, we traveled to a the historic city of Oaxaca to take a crash course in Spanish. Along with daily Spanish courses, the school organised a home stay for us. Our hosts Mario and Patricia have been taking in students for 20 years. Oaxaca has strong ties with the Aztecs and many of their ...