Parador San Miguel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsParador San Miguel Oaxaca
Charming and typical for this town as far as decor. Very central. Not as noisy as I thought it might be at night although because of the structure and layout it can be noisy with people coming and going despite the signs asking occupants to be quiet. There is a corridor light so if your room door faces this and the staff forget to turn if off it's not easy to get to sleep. I was disappointed with my traditional tortilla soup in the hotel's restaurant. My room is probably not the best positioned, room 307. There are lots of little extras.
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Wa ha ka is how you pronounce Oaxaca! So I realise my last blog was way too long...mind you I was packing in 5 days...anyway IŽll try and keep this one a little shorter...I said I`ll TRY so no 100% promise. I travelled from Mexico City on a VIP coach and it was rather VIP especially in comparison with other "VIP" buses IŽve been on. Carpet floor, …
... just arts and crafts busy local artesans. No smelly items in this one! On the way back to the hotel we stopped and bought some Chaupalines (deep fried grasshoppers). You can purchase them whole or shredded. We bought whole ones although I think the shredded ones were easier to eat and seemed to have more flavouring. Everyone tried them - not sure if they would become a permanent fixture on any of our menus though! Dinner tonight was on the top of one of ...
... to coffee shops and rinsed free wifi – actually being productive and getting on with my TEFL course though. After that, I splashed the cash a little bit and got some AMAZING Chicken in Chocolate Mole Sauce… See, despite all my moaning, it’s really not that hard to keep me happy – Less straw hats, more blow your head off coffee and food covered in chocolate.
Bobs yer Uncle.
Speaking of which, I’m also to be an Uncle fairly soon :) My ...
... with people selling there goods from little stores they erect and take down every morning and night. Typical Mexican Zocalo has a cathedral & government building and then a big square with trees/seats etc. We then visited a number of different places not on the general tourist attraction list. From street art, to a neighborhood organic market, a small art gallery based around street art and the Zapatista movement, and art school set up by a ...
... Cecilia and Cecilia and went to try and watch some local dancing with them. Unfortunately the rain was not being conducive to this happening, and the dancing never happened. We walked round and investigated all the sand drawings and night markets which was a lot of fun as well.
But all good things must come to an end and it was time for me to say goodbye to Kim and Dave and to leave Mexico. 25 hrs later I would be in Guatemala!!! Bus Gladiators are you ...