Los Pilares Hotel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... were wondering). Oaxaca also seems to thrive in both worlds. The art scene is powerful, and works of art seem ubiquitous on the streets and in the many galleries. I can see why Tek (see Aguascalientes blog) likes to call this place a home. Meanwhile, Oaxaca is home to more gyms and fitness centers than the rest of Mexico combined. It's the only place outside of America that I've seen a Crossfit gym. While the rest of Mexico is ...
One of our favorite pastimes when traveling is to walk the streets of the city. The leisurely pace allows us to take in all the sights in detail, to soak up the atmosphere, to stop whenever we please, and to meet new people.
But in Oaxaca one must take care when doing this. It's not the threat of street crime (quite ...
... is a dream remember?). I got into the back seat, and Tobey McGuire was sitting there. It was as if he was waiting for me. The driver and passenger didn't turn around, and I couldn't see their faces. We were driving along the highway, similar to the 417 from Ottawa to Montreal. All of a sudden, I noticed a GIANT bird flying behind our car in the sky, as if he was chasing us. I looked at Tobey, and he knew what to do. We both jumped out of the window and flew towards ...
... different types of mole available, a gorgeous pot of mashed potato with leek, plenty of vegetables. It was heavenly. Three platefuls later and I was stuffed, but I still managed to get a bit of cake in at the end. Back on the bus and our final stop of ...
... they had touched base with the landlord/landowner, upon whose land they were hoping to build the classroom. He hadn’t said “no”.
As a member of the three-person Papalotes maintenance committee, I was to be intimately involved with the project. The really cool thing was that Micah and Zola also got to be intimately involved. We were bootstrapping, which meant that all hands were welcome. The idea that ...