Hospederia La Reja

Address: Abasolo 103, Oaxaca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 68050, Mexico | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Abasolo 103, Oaxaca, is near Golden Cactus Gallery, Galeria Sergio Bustamente, Dainzu, and Galeria de Kaki Bassi.
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    Travel Blogs from Oaxaca

    Oaxaca City - Street food capital

    A travel blog entry by shaunandlouise on Apr 21, 2015

    149 photos

    ... back. Although it was a lot of effort for only 1.5 hours it was well worth it, a place of natural beauty which you can't find everywhere. That evening we headed back to the market, Bendito Juarez and enjoyed some BBQ meats and beer whilst watching the bustling market and on the walk home tried some of their famous hot chocolate. Yummy!


    Overall, we loved Oaxaca, a place with so much to do and see and the best street food in Mexico :-)
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    Monte Alban - Coyotepec - Arrazola - Cuitapam

    A travel blog entry by dieter44 on Feb 06, 2015

    30 photos

    ... impressive ruins in Latin America.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monte_Alb% C3%A1n

    Coyotepec
    San Bartolo Coyotepec is famous for the production of various products of black mud, executed manually and baked in oven under ground. Coyotepec comes from "Coyotl" Coyote and ...

    Beautiful Oaxaca - should have stayed longer

    A travel blog entry by heinzdora on Jun 04, 2014

    2 comments, 30 photos

    ... the local community 100%. Our water, snacks and lunch are bought from the village and we hire a local guide with us too. Llano Grande is one of the smallest villages in the PM with only 80 inhabitants.

    Don Rufino is our local guide and he is 70 years young. This youngin' takes us on the hike for today without breaking a sweat while some of us (me) at some points (uphills) were strugglesville. The walk today was through a cloud pine forrest. We stop along the way to ...

    Los Niños de México

    A travel blog entry by marconelli on Nov 30, 2013

    5 comments, 37 photos

    ... we see in outdoor urban areas are largely from middle-class families.) Still, we both have noticed that Mexican children just seem to be happier than those in the US. We have seen much less whining, crying, complaining or rolling of eyes than in the States.

    So as foreigners and non-parents we have come up with some probably simplistic reasons for these differences. Perhaps they are full of hooey, but they do seem to be true.
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    Viva Mexico!

    A travel blog entry by jmess90 on Sep 24, 2013

    ... Mujeres, Noam and I headed to Tulum where we spent a few days. We met two aussie guys (Kate and Gerrad) on our bus who were heading to the same hostel as us so hooked up with them :) We hired some bikes the next day (the boys bought beer and ice and filled the basket (meant for bags and belongings) to keep them hydrated throughout that day) and cycled to the ruins. After this we cycled along the beach for a while but was thirsty work so stopped ...