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Travel Blogs from Puebla
... against the wall to take a breather. The view from up there was good, you could see a lot of the valley and you could also see La Malinche, the extinct volcano we considered climbing up. It looked pretty intense so I think we made the right decision. While we were taking in the view, we struck up a conversation with some expats that live in Puebla. We ended up talking to them for about 20 minutes about their story, driving in Mexico (which I decided that ...
My parents, sister, and cousin flew down to Puebla for the weekend.
Arriving Friday at 3pm, we were only able to squeeze out a quickie tour of Puebla's Zocalo, a meal of comida poblana, shopping at El Parian, mezcal at the hotel bar, and late night tacos on Friday.
Reflecting on what we did that weekend makes me remember how little we were able to see. Puebla is a great city with much to see, do, and eat. ...
... conveniently located in the city center and you can walk all the distances. The cathedral is huge and nice, but nothing exceptional. What is exceptional about the Iglesia de Santo Domingo, however, is that it's almost entirely made of gold.
Another place worth visiting is "Museum Amparo" which is free on Mondays. It has been recently renovated and remodeled and houses some photographic expositions as well as prehispanic artifacts and Mexican ...
... been active since 1994, rumbling and fuming away. Cool to be that close to something so powerful and potentially dangerous. I hope people say that about me.
Again, I felt welcome the moment I got there, staying in someone else’s home, eating meals together, and sharing my stories and photos. Exactly the kinds of experiences I was looking for when I started this trip. Next item to check off the list; ride a donkey across the mountains while battling rattlesnakes with a ...
... duomo, very grand with gigantic pipe organs inside. All the walls were decked with Renaissance style painting. Inside is massive with very high ceilings.
Met with Roberto around 6:30 PM for dinner together with his friend who owns the restaurant and is also a couchsurfer host. Great chat about travels, the guy backpacked all over Europe, camping and hitchhiking with a friend, on a budget of less than a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking