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

ArtSpot Day

A travel blog entry by esmeralda4790 on Oct 18, 2014

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... while the company after us did their presentation, so we got to talk with Guillermo a little bit more. I learned that for the tour in January, we will be rehearsing in Orlando!! ORLANDOOOOO I LOVE YOU ORLANDOOOOO (Book of Mormon reference for those of you who are like....I didn't know Caroline liked Orlando quite so much)
So yeah, then we visited a couple of booths, among our own ArtSpot ...

The REAL Cinco de mayo

A travel blog entry by ksullivan on Jun 22, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... motorcycles, which they had in the store for some reason, were super cheap, refrigerators were just a little cheaper, phones were the same, and I think computers were a little cheaper, in case anyone was curious!

Back at the hostel we grabbed our stuff and had a smooth trip back to Mexico City, and then to the airport. Finding where to check in at the airport proved to be a little tricky, but we figured it out, said goodbye, and then went our separate ways.
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On to Puebla de los Angeles

A travel blog entry by kbramblings on Jun 04, 2008

46 photos

... of the official Talavara Pottery Factorias, Talavera Armando and came away with our arms loaded. After that, needing some food we found a delightful restaurant that served Pozole. Pozole is somewhere between a soup and a stew made with pork, hominy and vegetables. It is seasoned but not spicy hot and is delicious. We met our Puebla friends, when they finished work, for some ...

Getting started in Mexico City

A travel blog entry by clandybar on Aug 18, 2007

1 comment, 15 photos

... The staff are really friendly and when we couldnīt quite get by with our remedial Spanish, the owner, Jorge, helped us out in English. On our first full day in Mexico City, we decided to jump right in and take the Metro. It is actually really easy to navigate around as each station has a symbol and each line is a different name and colour. It was a lot like the London underground so we found it fairly easy to figure out. And at only ...

Adios, Puebla & Pollo!

A travel blog entry by astre on Jan 02, 2007

... with two coyotes and many icecream stores close by. There
was a market and we walked around there. We found that the stuff is
expensive as that area is a more high-end living district. Dogg bought us
some little pancake like food and we were indeed hungry! Since there
weren't very much, we walked toward the bus. I was saying that I wanted to
go to the mall but we ended up taking a ...

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