Travel Blogs from Puebla, Mexico

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Puebla, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Puebla

A travel blog entry by rayou

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... 'bres coccinelles Le centre de la ville est inscrit au patrimoine de l'UNESCO pour sa très belle architecture coloniale, dont la magnifique cathédrale. Gastronomiquement, Puebla est réputée pour être la ville d'origine du mole y les chiles en ...

Heading North into the mountains, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Heading North into the mountains

A travel blog entry by frankandrita

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... the Westy were awesome even though they had Rita clutching the grab bar quite often. We reached the humongous city of Puebla with a population of over 1 million early afternoon. As we were driving along following the instructions to the Las Americas ...

Arrival to Mexico and housing, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Arrival to Mexico and housing

A travel blog entry by pueblateam

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... you know, and some of you don´t, the three of us--Sean Conner, Melissa Moss, and Molly Hoss--have traveled to Puebla, Mexico, for a summer of community service and development.  We arrived last Thursday, May 17th, and despite preparation we ...

Puebla, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Puebla

A travel blog entry by alawlor

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... climbs steeply, with glorious views of the snowy heights of Popocatépetl and Ixtaccíhuatl, to PUEBLA. Little more than an hour on the bus from Mexico City, this is the republic's fifth largest city after Mexico City, Guadalajara, Monterrey and Tijuana. ...

Horchata und Rumpopel in Puebla, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Horchata und Rumpopel in Puebla

A travel blog entry by tripumdiewelt

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... nbsp; Der Weg von Mexiko Stadt ins Hochland führt uns nun Richtung Süden. Dabei hat es uns in einen Ort namens Puebla verschlagen. Am Ortseingang haben wir ein riesiges Volkswagen-Werk gesehen. Hier werden wohl bestimmt die ganzen VW Käfer für Amerika ...

Puebla, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Puebla

A travel blog entry by travelnerd

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... only here for a little night on our way back to Mexico City. Was the start of one of the worst days of our trip. Puebla is a bastard to drive in, because all the streets are one way, and they are all wonky. makes navigating difficult. especially when you ...

Puebla, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Puebla

A travel blog entry by sarij1712

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... Durchgangskontrollpunkt zwischen Mexiko-Stadt und Veracruz an der Ostküste sein (wo Hernán Cortés gelandet war). Der erste Name - "Puebla der Engel" - kommt daher, dass ein Engel dem damaligen Bischof die Stelle gezeigt haben soll, an der dann die ...

Acatlan rest, Acatlan, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Acatlan rest

A travel blog entry by courtrand

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We arrived in the town of Acatlan at sunset, exhausted from a long dusty ride through the mountains and desert.  We decided to find a cheap hotel and call it a night.  We went out and ate tacos and got a good peaceful rest.  The next day we decided ...

The Real Mexico at last!, Puebla and Xalapa, Mexico travel blog

The Real Mexico at last!

A travel blog entry by jb92434

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... it.  As you can imagine some mornings we would find little surprises waiting for us !!!!!!! One of the local specialties is a Puebla sauce which they cover all manner of things in.  The sauce is made of chocolate, chillies and various other ...

The quest for the perfect Talavera...., Puebla, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

The quest for the perfect Talavera....

A travel blog entry by susieandisidro

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It's us again. I still haven't caught up with the entries, given the length and exhaustiveness of the previous one; a summary entry on Mexico City some of you may have read that I liken more to the cliff notes version ; ) After a week in El D.F. we ...

Dispatch de Puebla #2, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Dispatch de Puebla #2

A travel blog entry by pueblateam

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... week he meets with a political science professor of the University to learn about the political culture and changes taking place in Mexico, notably within the national presidential elections.  He also works two hours a week with Mi Barrio a newspaper ...

Puebla, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Puebla

A travel blog entry by nancydeb

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... del Rosario, which has so much stucco work the cathedral was absolutely dripping in gold. Looking at all the grand churches in Mexico, it's hard not to imagine how much money has been spent on them, and wonder what else that money might have ...

Most Beautiful Catholic Church ever, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Most Beautiful Catholic Church ever

A travel blog entry by amydavid

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Buenos Dias to all! We are in Puebla having the time of our lives. Peubla is a great little colonial town with cobbled street, cute buildings and people riding horses. As you can tell by the title of this entry, Peubla has the most beautiful cathedral ...

Mirroir, Mirroir,...quand te reverrais-je, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Mirroir, Mirroir,...quand te reverrais-je

A travel blog entry by sandraetmaxime

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... agence HSBC, nous avons craqué sur le McDo du Zocalo.... lamentable diront certains... ultime reconfort gastrique pour d´autres... Puebla, Une chance d avoir pu echanger mon livre de 1200 pages " Les piliers de la terre" qui m avait guide ...

Puebla, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Puebla

A travel blog entry by sabineontour

Puebla ...

Iztaccihuatl, Puebla, Iztaccihuatl, Mexico travel blog

Iztaccihuatl, Puebla

A travel blog entry by aloijos

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Iztaccihuatl (white woman) and Popocatepetl (smoking mountain) Altitude: 13,600 ft (4150 ...

En route pour  Oaxaca (English and French), Puebla, Mexico travel blog

En route pour Oaxaca (English and French)

A travel blog entry by ccheng

... ;stay around to tour a bit in the town centre before catching a night bus to Oaxaca.  The architecture in Puebla was amazingly beautiful thanks to the long colonial presence here. Unfortunately, our camera broke down ...

Xochimilco: the Venice of Mexico, Xochimilco, Mexico travel blog

Xochimilco: the Venice of Mexico

A travel blog entry by ristohannah

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... chinampas - floating gardens - which are still used today and produce a big chunk of the fruit and veg supplied to Mexico City. Its canals are also a big tourist attraction owing to the trajineras (gondola/punt-like boats), decorated in bright ...

En Cholula, Puebla, Cholula, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

En Cholula, Puebla

A travel blog entry by rodriram

Hola a todos! Ayer por la tarde llegue aqui a Cholula a la casa de mi amigo Aramburo, estoy estoy recorriendo los templos y sobre todo la Zona Arqueologica, ya subire algunas fotos, hasta la ...

Route East to Mexico's famous city of Puebla!, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Route East to Mexico's famous city of Puebla!

A travel blog entry by nikandads2008

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DAY 6 - Route East to Mexico's famous city of Puebla!   The doctor wasn't wrong when he said the antibiotics were the best you could get and worked immediately, feeling weary but a lot better we decided to chance our luck and catch the bus to ...

Next City on the List, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Next City on the List

A travel blog entry by toroamarillo

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... Abend sind wir in Puebla angekommen. In Puebla gibt es ein großes VW Werk. Wir wurden schon von Daniel erwartet, der ein Cousin von Jesus ist, den wir in Vancouver besucht haben. Daniel lebt und studiert in Puebla und ist unser Fremdenführer.   ...

Puebla, Mexico, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Puebla, Mexico

A travel blog entry by daniaguas

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... spanish and just amazing people skills wasnt with us I would probably be in the fetal position somewhere in the Mexico City Airport right now. So back to Puebla, it is beautiful and has an old Aztec pyramid that the spanish built a cathedral on top of. ...

Friends and family, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Friends and family

A travel blog entry by 2hunters

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... in Sayulita learning how to surf, and was off to Mexico city to visit a friend. We gave Jocelyn a ride to Puebla the next day, then she hitched into Mexico city from there. We got an email this moring, she made it, no problems, nice guy dropped her off at ...

Puebla, Mexico, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Puebla, Mexico

A travel blog entry by itsgotime

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... nbsp; While the architecture was not as impressive as other cathedrals we have seen, it does house the highest bells in Mexico.  The interior was also fairly amazing.   Arriving in the afternoon and having completely blown the directions to ...

Peaceful Puebla!! Volcanoes, pizza, angry drivers!, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Peaceful Puebla!! Volcanoes, pizza, angry drivers!

A travel blog entry by m_and_m_time

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En route to Oaxaca we decided to break up the bus journey by staying a night in Puebla. The bus trip took us through the mountains surrounding Mexico City which were beautiful and much to our amazement we saw a big snow capped mountain.  ...

Mole Poblano, Puebla - Veracruz, Mexico travel blog

Mole Poblano

A travel blog entry by demakki

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Eerste uitdaging van de dag..Mexico City uitgeraken. Dit blijkt aardig mee te vallen. We hebben natuurlijk de 'chance' dat er met de zwijnengriep niemand buiten komt hier en dat het ook nog eens zondag is. Eindbestemming van onze eerst rit is de ...

Puebla and Cholula, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Puebla and Cholula

A travel blog entry by dane

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Lindsey used to live in Puebla and Cholula, so she was kind enough to show me around. They're both pretty cool towns. But the highlight was the shop with all the Memin t-shirts. That's the character that caused all the outrage because he was featured ...

Puebla, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Puebla

A travel blog entry by anywherebuthere

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...  here are like airports and huge. The Buses go in every direction, sometimes only 15 minutes apart. We reach Puebla in the evening. Dump our bags in our rooms and head straight out to dinner in a posh restaurant. After dinner we hit a ...

puebla, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

puebla

A travel blog entry by asci

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... ich nicht...falls es jemand weiss, comment please... Ich war heute an der Volumengroessten Pyramide der Welt...die is naemlich in Puebla, nich in Afrika. Is bloss leider nix von zu sehen...halt n grosser berg auf dem ne kirche steht, die spanier ...

The City of Tiles, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

The City of Tiles

A travel blog entry by wyoming20

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... at 4:30 pm, so we decided it could wait for another day and headed to the bus station. We got right on a bus heading to Oaxaca, where we were met by two English girls (Helen and Cat) from the Mexico City Hostel. We had a great dinner and it was off to ...

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