KasaBianca Puebla Bed & Breakfast

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

Talavera pottery

A travel blog entry by joanna.rath on May 06, 2015


... us on a walking orientation tour of the Historical Centre once we had dumped our bags. There is a whole street dedicated to shops selling sweets and biscuits. Gabriel took us to his favourite shop where we sampled a number of the sweets and biscuits.

The historical centre has many beautiful Spanish colonial buildings that are adorned with painted ceramic tiles. Reminded me ...

Cathedrals, crafts and chocolate

A travel blog entry by segacs on Dec 23, 2014

20 photos

... 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 ...

Oh Puebla and the pyramids of Cholula...

A travel blog entry by nsp003 on Jan 03, 2009

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01/01/2009 (THU) I've decided to leave Mexico City today. I made plans to travel with Boris to Puebla before making our way to Oaxaca and then Puerto Escondido. I was having a bad hangover from ...


A travel blog entry by kimbutterfly15 on Nov 05, 2007

... thought they did but the cars did not agree. i was told pedestrians do have the right of way but it is not well enforced as like many other traffic laws, unless an accident happens. Speed limits- are set very low and nobody follows them, everybody knows but no one does anything. Speed bumps - are EVERYwhere in the city and they are HUGE! Like your whole car goes up on it then back down, more like raised setions of road than ...

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