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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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... walking around town again taking pics. Its so nice to be able to explore. We forgot the map and so wandered up and down the cobbled streets in a random manner. There is a little rain after lunch but nothing like yesterday so we were able to enjoy a lot of Oaxaca.
In the afternoon we go to the supermarket to get snacks and necessities and explore the northern end of town. Lots of churches. Parks packed with locals hanging out, making out and eating from the local ...
... were endless and I wasn't too impressed with them. There was a market there that was pretty good. It had lots of food, spices, clothes and what nots. The only thing I did not like about it was the meat section smelled a bit. The plaza was a pretty neat area that was a bit like a park. It had a cathedral at one end with a fountain in the middle and restaurants surrounded the plaza. It was good to have a meal here and watch life go by. ...
... that the fact that our departure time had been moved up by 25 minutes and we had forgotten to reschedule our limo, and we were in serious trouble.
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... an orphan born in Oaxaca, a local indigenous who was taken on to work as a stable boy for a local rich family. He couldn't speak Spanish, but a local priest saw something in him & pushed him to study. He was 11 when he started to learn and by his 20's he was at university. He then went on to become Mexico's first & only Indigenous president to this date. Very interesting. Once back at the hostel I just chilled out with all the other ...
... br> Manuel, who invtes us over to sit and eat and drink graveside with his
family! Itīs a really amazing opportunity and we sit and chat for a
while. Manuel asks us to visit his house the following day to celebrate
with his family in their home! Its a big honor and we say ...