Vista Real Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Bacon. Oooh, bacon. Or better, a Five Guys cheeseburger with bacon. And fries. Yes, and a vanilla milkshake. Some pizza- real, american pizza, and good sushi, preferably from Momiji. Sweet breakfast: waffles with peanut butter (Jif, that completely fake, nasty kind, not the real kind- that stuff is disgusting) and maple syrup (the real stuff). Pancakes would suffice. French toast with powdered sugar and various types of berries. Even ...
... birds flit around. (Eleven new birds for my life list, not including one that must be a new species for it cannot be found in any bird book!) Walking the streets, bedazzled by the colors of the walls and murals and bougainvillea, smelling the corn scent of tortillas baking on comals, seeing children in their school uniforms walking home with their parents. Beautifully ornate churches, smelling of flowers, cool and quiet - perfect ...
Our next day in Oaxaca was incredible as we fulfilled a lifelong dream: exploring some of the ruins of the native cultures of Mesoamerica! Oaxaca City is located at the confluence of three major valleys cutting through this mountainous region of Mexico (over 80% of the land area is covered by mountains). This area has been settled for a very long time by a great variety of native peoples, Oaxaca being home to more distinct indigenous groups than any other region of Mexico. People did ...
... a little late so a site inspection at Quinta Real is in the dark and the rain but it's a magnificent property which used to be a convent in the 16th century. It was passed to the government in the 1800's and then became a jail. The grand history of this hotel means the grounds are stunning and while it's a little dated this is the biggest hotel in Oaxaca.
They give a nod to its past with a room made up as if in the 16th century with original ...
... about a trip we took last weekend into a remote part of Oaxaca called the Sierra Norte.
We left via the second class bus station, quite different in flavor that the first class station though which we arrived. After being sent from one end to the other to find the right bus we finally made it. We were on our way to a town called Benito Juarez. For those who do not know Benito Juarez was a revered leader of Mexcio who was a native to and an Indian ...