Travel Blogs from Puebla, Mexico

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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.  ...

Ep. 26 First step in central america: Puebla, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Ep. 26 First step in central america: Puebla

A travel blog entry by itsthejourney

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... where the Mexican army ended an attempted French invasion. We visit t the old colonial centre and the Zocalo . Further outside Puebla is Cholula, a smaller town recently given Unesco heritage status which we visit. The Spanish built a church perched at ...

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 ...

Coyoácan, Ciudad de México, Mexico travel blog

Coyoácan

A travel blog entry by benjandkori

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... bloodshed during the Mexican Drug War, we think. At a restaurant by the square, we had a drink and some late lunch. Mexico were playing Brazil (in the football) on the television. Mexico have a pretty solid record against Brazil but were outclassed ...

Trotsky's House, Ciudad de México, Mexico travel blog

Trotsky's House

A travel blog entry by benjandkori

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... of his decendants were liquidated, 'disappeared', or died in work camps. Exiled from his home land, he sought sanctuary in Mexico where he was given a permanent guard; assassination attempts by agents of Stalin were foreseen. As we walked into the ...

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 ...

New Holland, Ciudad de México, Mexico travel blog

New Holland

A travel blog entry by benjandkori

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... was fairly touristy but most of the things on sale looked well-made. There are many jewellers here selling mostly silver goods. Mexico boasts an abundance of silver. Stopping for a drink, we chatted to two women who work in an international school in the ...

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 ...

Gawd its hot down here !!!, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Gawd its hot down here !!!

A travel blog entry by marcey

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La Casa Azul, Ciudad de México, Mexico travel blog

La Casa Azul

A travel blog entry by benjandkori

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... to beat the rush hour and contrived a more efficient route than the one we used on the way. Many metro line changes in DF (Mexico City) require about a kilometre's walk. We got a few bits from the shop and Kori started cooking whilst Ben went out to buy ...

Puebla y Doņa Chio, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Puebla y Doņa Chio

A travel blog entry by ronald

... since I would call Chio when I was in Puebla....but the telephonenumber that I had (which was correct) only worked from outside Puebla...anyhow....I got the address and after two taxis (one to the center of Puebla, next one to their house) I did arrive! ...

Auf kulinarischen Pfaden, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Auf kulinarischen Pfaden

A travel blog entry by vivi_markus

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... schnell weiter um ohne Taxi und mit dem Bus in die Nähe unseres Hotels zu kommen. Kurze Verschnaufspause im Hotelzimmer (in Puebla gibt es keine Hostels) und wir liefen los zur Stadterkundung. Nach nur 10min vorbei an hübschen Gebäuden und ...

10 k race, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

10 k race

A travel blog entry by luni

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We had a BBQ with friends the night before the race, it was good ...

Anahuacalli, Ciudad de México, Mexico travel blog

Anahuacalli

A travel blog entry by benjandkori

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... 's guys but were giving it a good go. Fabian turned tour guide this evening, recommending a place we should visit before leaving Mexico. We headed to the shops and got soaked through on the way home. Big cold drops heralded the raucous electrical storm to ...

Puebla, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Puebla

A travel blog entry by luni

Home sweet ...

Puebla & Nausea, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Puebla & Nausea

A travel blog entry by greensintransit

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So we left Mexico City for Puebla, on our first of many bus journeys with our newfound Intrepid Friends.  Puebla was established in 1531 - planned and built from the ground up by the Spanish.  As the main route between Mexico City and a ...

Puebla (pw-ehh-blahh), Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Puebla (pw-ehh-blahh)

A travel blog entry by maroline

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... that none of our plastic currently works in any ATMs (Mario tried five of them), we decide to begin the bus journey from Mexico City to Puebla. I'm not sure what to expect, but I did read good things about this place. We have roughly 100 pesos on us. And ...

Puebla, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Puebla

A travel blog entry by luni

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Back to square ...

Puebla, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Puebla

A travel blog entry by lathajoa

Puebla - just a 2 hour bus ride from Mexico City in a very confortable bus on good roads...... I could be in any european city with an old central square - it is very sureal, just not what I was expecting to see at all. Not much to do here and I have ...

The winter heat, Oaxaca, Mexico travel blog

The winter heat

A travel blog entry by guykb

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Well today has been a great one but quite exhausting. It started with a delicious breakfast on the terrace. A balmy morning with views over the mist shrouded town. A buffet of fresh fruit, muesli with yoghurt, fresh pastries and hot coffee. All for 44 ...

Citta' del Messico, Ciutad de Mexico, Mexico travel blog

Citta' del Messico

A travel blog entry by perasao77

Arrivo a Citta' del Messico, sono le 7.30 ora locale, 14.30 ora italiana, dal finestrino dell'aereo si vedono solamente case, 20 milioni di abitanti, 1/6 di tutto il Messico, un area metropolitana grande quanto la Lombardia e forse di piu'....mamma ...

Puebla, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Puebla

A travel blog entry by luni

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Couple of activities in ...

Rustic, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Rustic

A travel blog entry by aussieesteban

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Last weekend 5 of us headed to Puebla, a colonial ciudad a couple of hours away from DF. I've been kinda seeing a guy who use to be from there; Salavdor, we met in the cafeteria at uni, he also knows a few intercambios. He goes back there on the weekend ...

Breakfast Club, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Breakfast Club

A travel blog entry by steveanderson

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Puebla was a welcome change from Mexico City with a population of 2 million only 10% of Mexico City!! Colonial City with a really laid back feel visited the food market which was lively with everything possible on sale and rats were only spotted ...

Of fleas and crickets, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Of fleas and crickets

A travel blog entry by guykb

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Today we had another full day in Puebla, which was a treat. We managed to pack a whole heap in. First though was a return to the flea market which is in full swing on Sundays. We went back down to the plaza of the toads to find lots and lots of stalls but ...

Santa Ana - Antigua - Tapachula - Oaxaca - Puebla, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Santa Ana - Antigua - Tapachula - Oaxaca - Puebla

A travel blog entry by nz2uk

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... agricultural activity - animals ploughing the fields and donkey's pulling old wooden carts overflowing with grasses. We arrived in Puebla, one of Mexico's oldest cities at 4pm. and it's lovely. So many magnificent buildings.... we're heading out again! ...

Colonial splendour, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Colonial splendour

A travel blog entry by guykb

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Had an excellent day in Puebla today. Consulting the Internet I found a walking tour of the colonial central district so I loaded it up on the trusty iPhone and off we went. First stop was the zocalo (central plaza) where we had some breakfast at ...

Mexico city to Puebla - Georgie's post #2, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Mexico city to Puebla - Georgie's post #2

A travel blog entry by guykb

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... , I know it's only my second post but I'm going to try to write more often!  Today we took a bus from Mexico city to Puebla. The day started by us getting up late and leisurely getting our gourmet cardboard cornflakes and covering them in sugar to ...

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