La Villada Inn

Address: Felipe Angeles #204, Oaxaca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Inn
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This inn, located on Felipe Angeles #204, Oaxaca, is near Muyil, Basílica de la Soledad, Auditorio Guelaguetza, and Xlapak.
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        Travel Blogs from Oaxaca

        Monte Alban - Coyotepec - Arrazola - Cuitapam

        A travel blog entry by dieter44 on Feb 06, 2015

        30 photos

        ... city states in the area. After the Spanish conquest, Cuilapan had a population of over 40,000 people with formidable social, economic and cultural institutions. For this reason, a major monastery (Basilica of Cuilapam) dedicated to James the apostle was established there in the 1550s in order to evangelize the Mixtec and Zapotec populations. However, the area underwent decline of its native population in the ...

        Oaxaca - I have died and gone to oaxaca

        A travel blog entry by erin_murray84 on Nov 03, 2013

        24 photos

        ... ad humanly possible in a taxi and heading to the cemetery to drink mescal with the locals and celebrate the lives that have passed in the most amazing ways, mariachi and banda bands moving all over the graves and playing for families who had decorated their loved ones in flowers that only bloom this time of year, bright oranges, pinks and yellows with candles and tributes. Day of the dead is not just one day but a succession of parades of children teenagers and ...

        Milestones for Micah and Zola

        A travel blog entry by srbruner on Feb 20, 2013

        4 comments, 18 photos

        February brought with it milestones for Micah and Zola. We marked the milestones with some fun Mexican twists.

        In early February, while getting ready for bed, Micah cried out, "My tooth is loose! My tooth is loose!" It was his first loose tooth, so we all rushed to see it. Sure enough, one of his lower front teeth (central incisor number 25, to be exact) had a little give to it. While I still remember the feeling of having a loose ...

        Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead)

        A travel blog entry by srbruner on Nov 12, 2012

        4 comments, 28 photos

        ... posted, and the names are not at every intersection. So, we called Gaby and described what we saw around us - a blue and white school, a shop called something-something, a road-side vendor… She replied, “I know right where you are. Stay put.” No more than forty-five seconds later, Gaby came walking around the corner. We had been close. She got in the car and directed us the final few hundred feet to her parents’ place. ...

        Settling in

        A travel blog entry by srbruner on Aug 15, 2012

        12 comments, 16 photos

        ... to the other terminal required a short bus ride or a ride on a light rail. Both options required us to leave our smart cart behind and move our bags ourselves. Well, two of our bags were duffle bags and two were rollers. Micah and Zola volunteered to take one of the rolling suitcases. I was very proud of them, working together to drag the suitcase … about twenty feet. Then Leah took over, rolling both bags behind her, with her carry-on on her ...

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        Oaxaca, Mexico