Mision de Los Angeles

Calzada Porfirio Diaz 102, Oaxaca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 68050, Mexico | 2 star hotel
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A travel blog entry by breadstickstu


... We decided we couldn't bare the thought of 15 hours on a bus so we opted for the crazy mini van. Eeeeek!!! The roads were exactly as described, an relentless never ending journey through the mountains which left you literally out of your seat at times. We drove for hours through rain, fog so thick we could hardly see the road and sunshine, darting through tiny villages to finally land in Oaxaca, a town we had heard so much about. I was so excited to get out ...

South to Oaxaca

A travel blog entry by jim.coates


As one drives along, music free, one has little conversations with one's self, sort of like -- "...What are all those dump trucks doing under that overpass ? Oh, I guess they are blocking the road. Now no-one can get around. The car in front of me has turned back. Shoot ! I wonder how long we will have to sit here? Wait ! A Federal Policeman is waving us through that little gap between ...

Day 5: Hierve el Agua

A travel blog entry by holliem


... it. So we made it back to the entrance just in time to catch our ride back to Mitla. It seemed a lot quicker on the way home. We got back to the hostel and Paul & I decided to get something to eat. I was craving a hamburger. So managed to find one off a street cart. Burger, ham,cheese, onion, tomato,, chilli, lettuce, mustard, mayo & catchup. AMAZING! Then Paul and I went to the local market to try a chocolate soup dish. It was weird... But yummy as all ...

Its pronounced wah-haa-caa

A travel blog entry by hubballl

... bus ($50MXN each) from town and the admission was $57MXN each. We tried to get an english guide, but she wanted to charge us $350MXN and we had been told by locals that you should pay no more than $150-200MXN. So to be savvy, we went and bought a tour book on the ruins (a steal at $87MXN) and did it ourselves! We took about 2 1/2 hours to get through all the main bits and had time for a look at the museum at the end. It was a great day, despite all ...

More Colonial Charm in Oaxaca

A travel blog entry by jameshardy88


... as well, probably owed to it being further out from Mexico city, which was definitely a bonus. Again it was filled with lots of impressive churches, which were pretty spectacular when lit up at night. In many ways Oaxaca is actually probably best seen after dark, when unlike most other central American cities it does actually still feel pretty safe.

In the evening we went out for dinner at a slightly more ...

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This 2 star hotel, located on Calzada Porfirio Diaz 102, Oaxaca, is near Coba Ruins, Ek Balam, Riviera Maya, and Edzna.
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