KasaBianca Puebla Bed & Breakfast

Address: Alamos 41, Puebla, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 72520, Mexico | B&B
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Location

This B&B, located on Alamos 41, Puebla, is near Cabo Pulmo Marine Preserve, Ceramica Uriarte, Pepe's Dive Center, and Museo de Artes Populares.
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Travel Blogs from Puebla

Puebla, City of Angels

A travel blog entry by kristymay86 on Apr 07, 2015

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... by the acidity of the vinegar. None of us were game enough to try even after being assured by 3 different waiters that our order was correct. (Pic included). Sites Biblioteca Palafoxiana (library) Catedral de Puebla El Parián (markets) Lunch @ Las Ranas Fuertes de Guadelupe y Loreto (forts from the 5 de Mayo battle) Feria de Puebla (a fair we bumped into at the forts) Calle de dulce (street of sweets) Santo Domingo de Guzmán y Capilla del Rosario Fonda de Santa ...

Cathedrals, crafts and chocolate

A travel blog entry by segacs on Dec 23, 2014

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... souvenir shop.

Short but sweet

We stocked up on some bus snacks for the ride to Oaxaca and headed back to the hotel to meet the group at 1:30. Unfortunately, Pradeep and Tatiana misunderstood and thought we were meeting up at 2:30, so we ended up hanging around waiting for a while. That's the trouble with big tours; there's a lot of rushing through stuff you want to see, and waiting around at times when you would rather be ...

An Awesome Final Day in Puebla, Mexico

A travel blog entry by meluebke on Sep 27, 2009

1 comment, 62 photos

... Mexican restaurant for dinner.

And as we pulled up, it started to rain. Violently!

Edgardo ordered almost everything on the menu for Ronja and I. He ordered 4 different types of chalupas, a small tostada with meat (pork or chicken) and salsa. We had chalupas con salsa verde (green salsa), chalupas con picante (red salsa), chalupas sin salsa (without salsa) and chalupas con frijoles (with beans).

And I had a few bottles - glass bottles, not ...

CAMP!

A travel blog entry by smcollins on Mar 04, 2009

2 comments, 1 photo

... on a 120 ft cliff face 200 ft above a lake. It was incredibly beautiful and incredibly fun. I had never been climbing or repelling on anything but a rock wall before, so that was truly an amazing experience. I'm so grateful to all the people who gave up their afternoon, lending us their skills, time, and equipment. The guy in charge of the team from Cedarville came down from a camp in ...

Laid back day

A travel blog entry by kimbutterfly15 on Nov 05, 2007

... up ordering the Jamacia water because I was very thirsty and it was lighter, but i intend to have the other also at a different time. The second thing i had was molotes. This was yummy also. It was really cool to watch the lady make it and then immediatly eat it. I watched the lady take the dough from a pile and put a little back (she does this everytime, we are not sure why) press it flat with a pressing tool and ...

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