Hotel Q

Address: 2da Privada de Jacarandas 203, Oaxaca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 68000, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Oaxaca

Oaxaca - about 77kg and 30

A travel blog entry by charlaisy on Mar 02, 2015

5 photos

... brown a grey, it truly shows the craftmanship. NOT! Its multicoloured and patterned, and she got a matching handbag.

We engaged a local community cooperative to give us some long overdue exercise (those grasshoppers go straight to the hips!). The pueblos mancomunados are a group of villages in the mountainous forests north of Oaxaca who have survived for centuries by helping each other out. They offer walking tours between each of ...

Feliz Navidad from Oaxaca

A travel blog entry by segacs on Dec 24, 2014

1 comment, 43 photos

... we thought about having a swim in the hotel pool, but it was pretty cold out so nobody bothered. Hey, I'm on vacation; laziness is basically a requirement. We had beers on the rooftop terrace and just relaxed.

Late afternoon, Courtney, Carolina and I wandered over to the Zocalo and got some hot chocolate and people-watch for a while. Late afternoon, the clouds in the sky darkened and it actually started to rain a bit. First rain of the trip so far. But we decided to ...

Ruins, waterfalls and more Mezcal!

A travel blog entry by mini_v on Apr 10, 2014

24 photos

... It was one of the earliest cities of MesoAmerica. It was abandoned in around 500AD - one of the theories is that there might have been a huge earthquake. It is mainly made up of a dozen of mounted architecture, not as impressive as Tikal or Teotihuacan. One key feature of Monte Alban are the carved stone monuments - the most famous being the 'Danzantes', the dancers, naked men in distorted poses ...

The sidewalks of Oaxaca

A travel blog entry by marconelli on Nov 13, 2013

2 comments, 18 photos

... or five steps, in some cases.

Our final example (seen in the two photos below) presents several problems. The sidewalk gets impossibly narrow, there's a utility pole, and there's a car parked alongside. Note the pedestrian considering the possibility of traversing it. (She quickly backed off!)


Day 6: Last Day In Oaxaca

A travel blog entry by holliem on Sep 09, 2013

7 photos

... and he was on the 1900 bus. So we decided to head into town and look around the market. Then Paddy mentioned he wanted to get a book, and I was like there is an English book store somewhere. Not that I knew where. So we started asking directions in our limited Spanish. We headed out of town up the main pedestrian street. As we were walking Paddy said want to get a tattoo. I replied with no hesitation 'Sure' so we headed up to the tattoo studio. I all ready knew that I wanted ...