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Oaxaca: Walking in Circles

We begin the day here with a great breakfast at Casa Arnel, a quaint little hotel in the heart of Oaxaca. It took a while to get our Orange Juice, but you can’t complain when you hear the grinder going and know how fresh and good it will taste.

Today was a free day to explore the city of Oaxaca, so after a stop at the coffee shop near the Zocalo (central square) we ask a man in the restaurant how to get to The Textile Museum. He told us it was 3 streets down and 2 streets over, sounded like he knew what he was talking about. When we got to the location we ask again, the lady said it is another 3 streets down and 2 streets over. This when on and on, I think we walked in circles for hours.

We finally took a break for lunch at La Olla Restaurnte. The food was delicious. Many of us had Tlayudas, a traditional meal of beans, avocados, tomatoes, epazote (a leaf vegetable & herb), and Quesillo (Oaxaca cheese). After lunch and getting different directions we finally found the Textile Museum, it might have been an enjoyable tourist attraction if we had not walk so much to get there. But, it was basically a let down.  The journey itself on the lovely cobblestones streets of Oaxaca was more enjoyable then the destination.

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2 responses

  1. Denny

    It all looks delicious. Would that be brother Joe out of focus behind that fresh squeezed glass of OJ?

    March 25, 2012 at 5:30 pm

    • brotherjoe

      hmmm, not sure denny. it might be me:)

      March 25, 2012 at 6:29 pm

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