Hotel Puebla de Antano
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A cute little town of around 100 blocks in a grid like layout, making it easy to navigate. We have found the locals to be much friendlier, helpful and stare less than those in Mexico City. We spent the day walking amongst the sites, practicing our Spanish with a taxi driver and the lady at the icecream shop :-) With a list in hand we headed into the sweet street with treats recommended from blogs and websites which did not disappoint. The staff at Gran Camoteria La Clarita ...
... seen signs for the pyramid when we first entered the town so we ended up crossing the town on foot, but luckily it wasn't very big. Now, this pyramid is only partially uncovered so it's not as obviously impressive as others. However, it is, by volume, the largest pyramid in the world. When you stand near a corner of it and envision the space it took up, it's unbelievable. The best part of this pyramid, for the kid in me, was that you could walk through ...
... s towers at 73.9 m / 244 ft are considered to be the tallest in Mexico. Marble floors, rich gold leaf interior and main altar depicting kings and queens of 17 century Europe.
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EN: Finally, we somehow put together a rough itinerary across Mexico and all Central America (although certainly our journey will change much) and therefore were able to go to Puebla, half milion city, about two hours by bus ride east of the capital. Along the way we passed a volcanic griants Iztaccíhuatl and well known Popokatepetl, active volcano threatening population of 30 milions in ...
... were giving us tourist prices (although I imagine this was part of it) but some of the items actually had prices marked on them. High prices. I'm not sure that they have grasped the concept of a flea market... We also went back to El Parian, the artisans' quarter and found some of the tin ornaments that Jean has ordered via GBay (G for Guy in case you were wondering...). The girls also bought a big supply of something called pop caps - ...