Hotel Cazomalli

Address: El Salto 104, Oaxaca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 68080, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel is located on El Salto 104, Oaxaca.
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          • Wheelchair accessibility


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          Travel Blogs from Oaxaca

          Amigos del Sol...

          A travel blog entry by lmatsueda on Jul 06, 2015

          3 photos

          My first day of Spanish classes - The fifteen minute walk was beautiful. It is mostly a downhill and then flat trip that passes our local panederia (bread shop) around the corner, a dead end street with a small lime tree followed by series of stairs, pedestrian only/mostly areas with amazing stonework, a beautiful park called Jardin Conzatti and then a nice stroll through one of the bigger parks in the city called El Llano/Paseo ...

          Mercados, Mercados!

          A travel blog entry by ldhensel on Feb 22, 2015

          3 comments, 14 photos

          Although there are little Miscellanea shops and corner convenience stores on every other block as well as large, modern supermarkets, the real place to shop is at the mercado -- the market. In downtown Oaxaca alone there are eight established mercados that operate every day. And then there are the small barrio and couple-day-a-week markets. The mercados are everywhere. And there you can find the most wonderful fruits and vegetables. ...

          Thoughts on language, culture, kids and leaving

          A travel blog entry by dlareau on Jan 16, 2014

          8 photos

          ... the the person in line so there was no confusing. But this sense of personal space does not have to do with a sense of urgency or rudeness. It really comes from a sense of closeness that people have with each other. Homies hanging out arm in arm, kids and babies being held and cared for by the general populace. There is just more touch down here.

          OF course there is less space in the houses, more people in each house, and sometimes the touch is ...

          Daphne Ponders Week One

          A travel blog entry by dlareau on Dec 20, 2013

          6 photos

          Well, we have survived our first week of language school ! My brain thoroughly hurts and I feel that I have regressed in my Spanish speaking skills! Not quite the truth -I had no skills to begin with. What Donny and I are learning is the unlearning of poor Spanish is twice as hard as learning the language with a clean slate. For this reason, we are grateful that our children have brains like sponges and are absorbing ...


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

          22 photos

          ... to leave for our early flight without it. Our hosts have since collected our laundry and fowarded it to our emergecy contacts or next of kin. Oaxaca highlights: cooking class (including trip to local market), trip to Aztec ruins, random parades in the city centre, chocolate tasting, more tacos, mezcal tasting, Mario trying to teach salsa ...