Los Pilares Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Los Pilares Hotel Oaxaca
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... browned, the chiles blackened, and the onions had taken on a translucent sheen we took it all back to Louise’s room in the hotel and prepared an amazing salad served on our fresh tortillas with tasajo and quesillo. It was an incredibly enjoyable experience and so unlike anything we had ever done before.
Afterwards the family departed and we headed to bed with big plans for the next day: our first exploration of the nearby native ruins of Monte ...
... off bright and early at the Instituto Cultural de Oaxaca and took our placement exams for our class. On our walk back, we bought our first round of street food, which was delicious! We also found a churreria and bought our first of many churros. On Tuesday after class we met Lesley and Alexa's uncle, an uncle of two of our students back in Wisconsin. He took us to Monte Albán, one ...
... peoples and cultures. The most numerous and best known are the Zapotecs and the Mixtecs, but there are sixteen that are officially recognized. These cultures have survived better than most others in Mexico due to the ...
3 c. chicken stock, or water with Knorr chicken bouillon cubes
1 c. water
1 garlic clove, minced fine
Sauté rice in oil for 10 minutes over low heat until rice becomes translucent or ever so slightly golden. Add remaining ingredients and cook over low heat for 20 - 30 minutes or until done.
... walk, and noticed the mountains in the distance. Deciding I wanted a nice photo of them, I began to walk closer. I was only satisfied with the location 45 minutes later, in a far part of the town. My instincts told me to go home but I really wanted to get that photo, I had come all that way! I noticed a viaduct that had a perfect vantage point but unfortunately there was no way up. I walked down the steps to a little park directly below the viaduct and walked ...