Hacienda La Noria

Address: Avenida Eduardo Mata 1918, Oaxaca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 68120, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Oaxaca

    Oaxaca City - Street food capital

    A travel blog entry by shaunandlouise on Apr 21, 2015

    149 photos

    ... cooking!

    The next 4 hours were spent cooking whilst enjoying a beer or two. We made a black mole sauce which was a very long process (I can see why the locals buy the paste!) including a lot of different spices. We also made some chicken tacos, enchiladas, a red table sauce, guacamole and a salsa verde. The food was incredible, washed down with mezcal and more beer, and the company was great, Augustine is a crazy man which made the ...


    A travel blog entry by michi40 on Feb 12, 2015

    ... rich, and the city air is dirty from all the heavy traffic. On the other hand, the churches here are magnificent, the history of this area going back in time is fascinating - but it would be hard to live here. I find myself wanting my favorite foods or restaurant meals and they’re not so easy to come by here. We haven’t even seen a fruit and veggie market, which is very strange to me since everywhere else I’ve been in Mexico they've been a staple. ...

    Beautiful Oaxaca - should have stayed longer

    A travel blog entry by heinzdora on Jun 04, 2014

    2 comments, 30 photos

    ... along to the music. The zocalo is also very festive. There is a stage set up with more clowns entertaining the crowds as well as musicians. The rains don't even deter the crowds today. Everyone is still out and about.

    We eat a light dinner and head back to the hostel to chill out.

    Day 4: we are picked up at the hostel by our tour guide Eric from Tierraventura at 8.20am. We pick up a lovely Aussie couple from Melbourne - Drew and Ingrid and we head out ...

    Una Calenda a parade to the patron saint of Oaxaca

    A travel blog entry by dlareau on Dec 17, 2013

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... you should watch, the 2nd one especially) we decided to go back home to our kids.
    When I left the first time it was about 9:30 at night, when they got to the Zocalo it was about 10:30. At 1:30 we were awoken to the bands and fireworks once again parading through the streets. The crazy part is the real part of the Calenda is when the arrive at a different Cathedral, Cathedral de la Soliedad, the patron of Oaxaca. ...

    Viva Mexico!

    A travel blog entry by jmess90 on Sep 24, 2013

    ... a good idea to head down to Acapulco. HELL NO!!! Not another traveller in sight! I was the one and only person in the whole of my hotel as apparently in Acapulco, hostels don't exist. So after spending a day on the beach and still meeting no-one, i made the decision to fly to Cancun where i was guaranteed to meet people. How right was I!!!!

    So I arrived late and went straight to my hostel! The hostel was awesome and had sucgh a great ...