Hotel Parador Crespo
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Babysitting service
- High-speed internet in room
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... are full of national and international tourist and the walls are lined with food and artisanal vendors. At first it is hard to get a glimpse of the cities architecture, but climbing to a roof top bar we get a great view of the stunning Spanish colonial city. The state of Oaxaca is proud of its' Mezcal, a spirit made from the Agave cactus, similar to ...
... were placed at each entrance along with what seemed like a dozen police at each site. Once in the Zocalo, we saw 100 yard long tables lining three sides of the perimeter of the Zocalo which were the display areas for hundreds of competitors in three main areas - Radishes, El Maiz and the Flor immortel. Late for school we just glanced at the beginnings of displays and ...
... which for me was an open grill Dela Parrilla. I chose the Arrachera ...
... adjacent vegetable sellers arrived with a tray of different garnishes -- (huge) green onions, slices of avocado, pico de gallo, a thin guacamole that looked more like salsa verde, cooked peppers, etc. -- and offered us our choice. (They are à la carte, priced from 5 to 12 pesos.) We chose onions, avocado, and pico de gallo. The last two were left with us and the first whisked away to the grill to be cooked with the meat. Soon after a tortilla ...
... warm water soaking up some rays.
Our final stop was at a restaurant where we discovered some adorable puppies playing out the back. They really took a shine to my dress and at one stage I was contending with four of them hanging out of it. Never liked that dress anyway.
Back at the hostel dinner was on the cards and we headed to the local meat market. This consists of chorizo, beef, lamb and intestines hanging from racks and grilled for your pleasure upon ...