Hotel Las Palmas

Calle Guamuchil 206, Oaxaca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 70989, Mexico | Hotel
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Walking around Oaxaca and first overnight bus!

A travel blog entry by mini_v


... a nice stroll around Oaxaca (more cathedrals and museums) and had a typical Oaxacan ice cream - it was hot hot hot! Late lunch at 4pm and then back at the hotel to get ready for our first overnight bus to San Cristobal de Las Casas (11hr bus journey). Dimi and I managed to get the 2 front seats on the bus hooray! Socks, sweater, rain jacket, iPod and scarf but no sleeping pill.... Ready, vamos!!! V and mini V (let's get this show on the ...


A travel blog entry by melodyandbrad


As beautiful as Oaxaca is, we ventured into the surrounding area for Mezcal, ancient ruins, calcified waterfalls and a giant tree. First we visited the widest tree in the world, called Tule, next to a colonial church. Then after blowing a tyre we made it to the top of Hierve el Agua (two calcified waterfalls) with a rock pool on top to enjoy the incredible views. Next we explored Mont Alban ...

Day 6: Last Day In Oaxaca

A travel blog entry by holliem


Being my last day in Oaxaca I didn't have any plans apart from wanting to get some postcards & book my bus ticket to San Cristobal. At breakfast I told Paddy I was heading to San Cristobal, he was still indecisive about where he wanted to go. So he decided to come to the bus station and decide when he got there. The bus station was about a 10 minute walk. I managed to get a ticket on the night bus at 2000, paddy ended up flipping a coin between San Cristobal & puerto Escondido. ...

Day 49 - Monty Alban

A travel blog entry by jayandbob

This is a top pick!

... cafe. The pyramids at Monte Alban are not as big as the ones we went to at Teotihuacan in Mexico City, but it's still pretty cool. There is the main area that is lined each side with small pyramids with a large grassed area and a 3 buildings in the middle. There is a area at one end that has a sacrificing stone bench in the middle, the other end has the largest pyramid. The area out the back where there is a few houses for the ...

Dia de los Muertos, Oaxaca.

A travel blog entry by rowannewman


... the shops are bursting with clay/paper/metal skeletons and ghoulish masks. Yesterday there was a fancy dress competition in the main square and dozens of teenagers had dressed up like the Adams family! Must admit the costumes scared the **** out of me! I am off to see the festivities tonight in Oaxaca's municipal graveyard on the edge of town,I am not sure what to expect but will obviously state my reflections in my next ...


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