Hotel Q

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

HIGHLIGHTS Tues 26 Nov: Puebla > Oaxaca

A travel blog entry by bruceontour


... br> - finally seeing how the local chocolate was made.

Close to sunset a bridal couple were having their photos taken outside Sta Domingo Church.


Cooking class: Chiles Rellenos

A travel blog entry by marconelli


... cheese such as queso de Oaxaca, quesillo, or queso de Etla

To Prep Cheese

The night before, place cheese in a colander and drain. It must be dry! Queso de Etla is perfect.

To Cook Chiles

Follow the instructions for preparing, filling, and cooking chiles in the recipe for ...

Oaxaca - Monte Albon and lunch in a village house

A travel blog entry by jamesanddebra


... us some grasshoppers - an Oaxacan delicacy which are delicious and some tamale like parcels though these were wrapped in corn leaves not banana ones. Absolutely delicious. The lady liked us so much she gave us another one! Then off through the meat section to the chocolate part. Got some to keep our strength up tomorrow and then to the chocolate factory - Mayordomo where you can have your own flavored chocolate made. They gather up the cocoa beans and any cinnamon bark or vanilla ...

Monte Alban, chocolate tamales and tlayduas

A travel blog entry by tannerhall

... The town has this beautiful, old look to it and is very picturesque. Another plus is that it is more geared towards tourists (nice restaurants etc.) without being in-your-face about it. There's very little pressure to buy trinkets or eat at certain restaurants. We were starving, so we found a little family run restaurant and had our first tlayuda (recommended by the hostel). Unfortunately this was a bit of a miss, so we kept moving and headed to the markets to ...

Winding down

A travel blog entry by srbruner


... hiked. Waiting for us at the little restaurant by our cabin were four bowls of trout soup and two whole trout – one done with garlic and the other stuffed with cheese and herbs in a light tomato sauce. Delicious. Bellies full, we loaded ourselves back into our car and took a scenic dirt road to the town of Benito Juarez, then down to Teotitlan, where we stopped for some amazing yogurt-flavored “nieve” (a ...


TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Q Oaxaca

5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding