Our stay at Casa los Arquitos was unforgettable. We wanted to spend our time in a place that felt as close to home as possible, without the sterile feel of a hotel--and this was it. When we arrived we were surprised to see how tasteful the room was decorated, despite it being so affordable. We found ourselves taking pictures of everything on our cobblestone street (Rufino Tamayo). Although it is about 7 blocks from the Zocalo, the location was totally worth it. We looked forward to the walk down to the Zocalo. The rooms were cleaned everyday, the breakfast was a refreshing way to start our day, and having internet access was a plus. Juan and Patricia were more than happy to give us information regarding the city's history and places to see. They offerred us the option of going on a private tour with a reliable taxi driver. As a result, we got a close-up of nearby towns.
Juan and Patricia went beyond their role of hosts and were there for us when I injured my ankle at the Monte Alban ruins. I had to be transported to the Red Cross hospital via ambulance. It was reassuring to see them at the hospital when the ambulance doors opened. Patricia is a doctor so I was relieved to know that she was observing my treatment as well. The extra-special care they provided was something only a family member would do. They didn't even charge for all the extra work they did. We look forward to returning to Oaxaca and staying at Casa los Arquitos where we spent 12 magnificent days.
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