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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel CasAntica Oaxaca
What can I say? The hotel is a beautiful old building in one of Oaxaca's unasuming streets. It is close to everything but is suprisingly quiet. Absolutely beautiful interiors and the staff are wonderful. They went out of their way to help with adapters, rechargers, tours and even wrapping up pottery we bought from the ruins. We would encourage anyone who is visiting Oaxaca to stay at the Hotel Casantica.
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... Jewish chicken soup but it's still good.
We leave with our bellies full, hearts warm and blood flowing with mescal and we head back to our hotels to freshen up and have some free time to explore Oaxaca, it's markets and cobbled streets. It's lovely to be able to have some time to absorb ourselves into this fascinating, quaint city. We all do a bit of shopping before meeting at Casa crespa for a mescal tasting and dinner. This is also a chocolate school - ...
... have been slowly acquiring what we need to just equip it enough to make breakfast. Have been badgering the desk clerk "Hector" for needed items... So far, at this writing we have managed a couple plates and bowls, a pot n pan and are waiting still for our bar-sized fridge which was supposed to be here two hours ago... ahhh, Mexico. Manana man - but no worries, I've bought a 6 pack of ...
... each other to laughing until the sprite and beer is coming out of our noses we are truly relishing every moment.
We live in a little apartment on the south side of town, not the barrio but after visiting some other neighborhoods we do not live in the nice part of town. But everyone is so nice even though we are the only white people in the neighborhood. Occasionally we see others coming and going from the artesian market on this side of ...
... bottles of beer to the many communal tables, while we strolled the 17 tables and served ourselves buffet style. In true Mexican fashion, there were many long-winded speeches from boring VIPs thanking everyone from the President to the invitees, and as they droned on a good hour or so past the promised start time, more and more hungry people started ogling the food. (I loved this little interchange I had with one of the servers at about ...
... while the kids watched the Smurfs in Spanish.
A couple of days after Leah’s return from Europe, we were treated to Micah and Zola’s school holiday presentation. Micah, Zola and all of their classmates were dressed in white, accessorized with hats and scarves. Under the canopy of a draped mesh sun shade, parents, grandparents, siblings, and family friends sat on chairs, pillows and hay bales. The focal point ...