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A nice university town built on the hilly countryside below volcanic peak of Cofre de Perote. Being a lot closer to the coast, it's surrounded by jungle vegetation, but it’s also hot as hell. I stayed only a few nights but packed in many activities. Xalapa is home to the University of Veracruz, as well as many other arts schools. You can see and feel the creativity all throughout the city.
After walking a few miles from the bus station to downtown, ...
... Puebla has 3 World Heritage sites which everyone should visit: the Cathedral, the Rosmary Chappel, and the Biblioteca. The library is one of the first ones in the North America. Try the local Puelan food in the Food Market. Very nice Colonial town which should not get missed ...
... wondering about always orient yourself against the zócalo, every city I've been to in Mexico has one. That way if I ever get lost I just need to get directions to the zócalo from any friendly Mexican then head back to the hotel from there.
Also zócalos always have the cities main church across the street from it and there are always vendors or restaurants on the ...
Dec 22We added some photos to the previous days you may want to check out
Its hard to express the feeling of
Mexico in just words and photos. The smells of green grass burning on
the side of the road, and chicken being cooked by road side vendors,
all the bright colors, all the bright people, vehicles, buildings,
signs, music and loud speakers announcing specials of the day. Today
for example we saw the ...
Not much to say, we drove through Xico to get to Ecatepec. It was a nice little town with cobblestone roads. I don't remember if we ate here or not. But I absolutely loved the colourful buildings along the hills with the green trees. It was really beautiful.