Hotel Puebla de Antano
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... some that were quite nice and not as sweet as anticipated. We then walked past some wonderful facades to an area set aside for artists and artisanal workshops. Next to this was the market selling many souvenirs and the local ceramic and tile ware in particular. We also saw the Casa de Alfenique - the Spanish name equates to wedding cake and it is very much like confectionary. Gabriel then took us to a restaurant to try the local speciality, moles. Moles ...
... of its important history; it was the place where the Mexican armed forces won the battle against the Frances armed forces.
Its gastronomic is one of the most emblematic of Mexico and is synonymous of delicious. Place were the mole is native, the capital city of the chiles en nogada and the chalupas; are just some of the principal food you can enjoy in Puebla.
... the scale of the scene.
Pyramid of the Moon – We were lucky as only priests were allowed access to the top. People were sacrificed to postpone the end of the world according to ...
... pass, in order to go to our building which is called the Volkswagen Banco(http://imageshack.us/photo/my-ima ges/518/volkswagen2sh6.jpg/sr=1). There Luíz came across a friend of his, Alejandro, and he asked me were I was from, in which I replied that I am from Holland. He started laughing and told me that Fabian had told him everything about me. It turned out that a good friend of mine, Fabian Rump, with whom I studied for two years,, told ...
... described as one of the most impressive ruins sites in North America. There is a company that runs a shuttle bus service to the ruins for 50 pesos for the round trip. So for the four of us it was 100 pesos each way. Not bad value. We waited for the shuttle bus at the designated spot having purchased our tickets. The man I dubbed the fat controller ('Dad!' say the kids. 'You can't say that!' - well he was the controller... And he was, er, ...