La Casona Del Llano
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... of San Pablo, located just across the street (now functioning as a cultural center), as part of its mandate to save the city's historical center and create new cultural spaces. The restoration project began in 2007 and the museum was inaugurated in 2008.
... pretty much all of the 15 churches, Santo Domingo de Guzman is incredibly ornate with so much gold and so many carvings that it is said to be only 2nd to the Vatican city in the Catholic churches for its splendor. The museum had some of the treasures of Monte Alban where we went yesterday and had some very strange ornaments and carvings
One of the best bits about Mexico is there always seems to ...
... pecan, chocolate and some other things I can't even remember. They combine things I had always kept separate in my mind. And then my dad joined us for lunch to top it all off and tasted the fruits of our labor.
After that we were off to the ruins of Monte Alban. Monte Alban was a Zapotec center and is now a UNESCO world heritage site, perched on the perfect spot about 20 minutes by taxi from Oaxaca's center, from which you can see 360 degrees around the ...
... in North Oxford and we chilled out to Swan Lake - formative times!
Later we visited the Museo de las Culturas de Oaxaco and learnt about the trials and tribulations of this region from stone age to modern times.
Saturday 23rd November
Another full day of sightseeing in a ...
... on the bus. A young Mexican guy sat next to me and immediately fell asleep. The bus started off and I tried to get comfortable. It was a long trip with some very bad movies. Little Nicholas & soul kitchen. All in Spanish of course. I tried numerous positions in order to get to sleep from my tummy, to my side, to throwing my right leg against the window. But nothing was comfortable. Until one of the last stops my neighbor got off in tuxtla and I was able to stretch out and sleep for a few ...