When we arrived after dark at the Oaxaca Airport, it was a comfort to see our names on a placard held up by René, our host at Casa de Los Angeles. It was our first visit to this old colonial capital andRené patiently answered our many questions starting on the car ride and continuing daily at the breakfast table together with fellow travelers.
We looked for ward to Martita's ample breakfast, fresh fruit, juice, coffee and a variety of homemade dishes including tamales, empanadas, huevos rancheros, moles and fresh breads.
Our rom was clean, spacious and we had a private bath with hot shower. A common living room had a TV, which allowed us to watch Las Medias Rojas from Boston defeat Los Pajaros Rojas from St. Louis in the World Series.
Casa de Los Angeles is blocks away from the historic center and the language school we attended. Perfect location, perfect accommodations. Our sleep was disturbed only by the Day of the Dead firecrackers, which reminded us why we came in the first place.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Casa de los Angeles is an intimate family-run guest house offering bed and breakfast in the colonial city of Oaxaca, Mexico. The guest house provides terraces and patios to allow you to rest under the beautiful blue skies of Oaxaca. An elegantly decorated home with modern Mexican flair and Old World charm. ... more less
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