Hospederia La Reja

Address: Abasolo 103, Oaxaca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 68050, Mexico | Hotel
 
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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's Ethnobotanical Garden

      A travel blog entry by dieter44 on Feb 12, 2015

      21 photos

      ... 8217;s library, along the western wall enclosing the garden, de Ávila planted a fig tree — the particular species was a source for the finest indigenous paper in pre-Columbian times.

      Twin rows of columnar organ pipe cactus, the garden’s most visually striking feature, create a tight fence to protect specific opuntia prickly pear cactus, used in the production of cochineal. This highly prized maroon dye was exported by ...

      Moving to Oaxaca for two weeks

      A travel blog entry by dieter44 on Feb 01, 2015

      91 photos

      ... mezcal is different from tequila which leads to a distinctly different flavor profile for mezcal. Basically, the underground baking process impacts the smoky flavor.

      I must say that I will prefer Tequila over Mezcal. The same is true with normal wine and Retsina Greek wine, which gets its distinctive taste from the pine resin.

      Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Oaxaca
      $20 Pesos entrance fee per person
      We were underwhelmed from the museum ...

      Window explosion & tequila lessons

      A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Mar 07, 2014

      12 photos

      ... ranges covered in cactus forests and foothills covered in small villages. The only other thing of note was a Mexican kid (we guess) threw a stone at the coach on the main road and it shattered half of one of the large side windows it woke most of the coach but luckily no injuries and on the plus side it gave us great ventilation for the rest of the trip.

      In Oaxaca we did a quick wander around the cathedral and a number of other churches, ...

      South to Oaxaca

      A travel blog entry by jim.coates on Nov 25, 2013

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... trucks without being dragged off by angry strikers. Others had to abandon their vehicles, walk through the blockade and take one of the many taxis that had gathered like vultures to take advantage of the situation -- and provide an important service. We found out later that the truckers had been working for the Government for six months without being paid – no wonder they ...

      Day 5: Hierve el Agua

      A travel blog entry by holliem on Sep 08, 2013

      18 photos

      ... Then we headed back to the hostel. Everyone was just chilling, drinking and chatting. This is where I met Jaz, Canadian born Australian. And Paddy Australian born, tour guide who has been working Europe & Asia for the past 4 years and is now taking 12 months to holiday himself. Funny guy. Always wearing a hat. We all sat and chatted for while. They asked why I wasn't drinking I said I had been drinking the night before and usually I don't drink at all. Enter ...