Posada Catarina Hotel

Address: Aldama 325, Oaxaca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 68000, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Aldama 325, Oaxaca, is near Monte Alban, Zócalo, Chocolates La Soledad, and MARO.
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    What the?

    A travel blog entry by mariarobbins on Jun 02, 2014

    ... were all in Spanish. Arrived in Oaxaca and managed to get a map and walking directions to my hotel, Parador San Miguel. Nice hotel, very central, room not in the best position however - I got it at a very discount rate so no complaints. Wander the streets for a while and ended up having soupa in the hotel´s restaurant...traditional tortilla soup...very disappointing. Next day I hunted down a great cafe La Brujula and had a fat toasted bagel with cream cheese and a ...

    I'm An Englishman... Without A Stupid Straw Hat

    A travel blog entry by doove on Dec 12, 2013

    77 photos

    ... s probably wrong to blame getting my phone stolen as an excuse, but generally that’s the way I learnt best – id need a word in a situation and I was able to look it up there and then, use it and then remember it the next time. Since having it taken away, I generally always forgot to take my dictionary with me, but then again my dictionary includes just about the same amount of words as David Beckham’s entre vocabulary and most of the time is just a complete waste ...

    Dia de los Muertos

    A travel blog entry by marconelli on Nov 02, 2013

    3 comments, 15 photos

    ... among relatives, neighbors and friends. You wouldn't want all that good food to go to waste, would you? So it really works out well for everybody.

    Dia celebrations take place all over town. Squares and plazas are filled with elaborate skeleton-themed decorations, and altars are built in the various panteónes (cemeteries), festooned with flowers and gifts. We watched the preparations taking place at the Plaza de la Danza and visited the Panteón San Miguel ...

    Day 3: Mexico City to Oaxaca

    A travel blog entry by holliem on Sep 06, 2013

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    ... it maybe safer to catch a taxi. Once in the taxi I was relieved I didn't walk as it was about 10kms, we drove past a huge local market that I wish I had known was there and I would have visited. I made it to the station in perfect time to catch the 11am bus. I had just enough time to grab some snacks and a drink. I grabbed a can of coke but couldn't drink it. It tastes so different to Aussie coke. As we line up to get on the bus, security with guns ...

    Day 53 - Another Day at school

    A travel blog entry by jayandbob on Aug 06, 2013

    ... at about 4.30am and there was a magnitude 5 earthquake happening, I didn't hear or feel it but Bobbie heard the siren but didn't realize there was an earthquake. The Spanish lesson again was very helpful and a little tiring, I found it *************centrate today but we still both learnt a lot from both our short lessons that will help us in the future on this trip. I would highly recommend Amigos del Sol in Oaxaca ...