City Express Puebla Angelopolis
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
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... lunch and watch the soccer game (Columbia v. Japon, I think) that was going on.
Lunch was okay. The tortilla that my food came in was blue. I'd seen those before but had never tried them. I wasn't a fan. They kind of taste like unbaked flour, and the taste overpowered the cheese, chicharons, and pumpkin flowers (another first for me). After the game we wandered around the main square a bit and checked out the church of the convent that was ...
... it looked deserted. In the afternoon, things started becoming open and alive. The alleys were everywhere and filled with markets and shops. Finding the alleys was way more fun than the actual shopping.
While in the hostel, I spoke with a French man who had been here 10 days and i asked him what I should see here. He told me to go to a town nearby called Cholula. I like the hot sauce Cholula, so ...
... a while when an old wizened woman of about 90 motored past me like she was walking on flat ground. It was a bit humiliating actually... The church itself is interesting and you can walk around behind the alter into what is called the 'sacred room' to view some relic or something related to the lady of the remedies or whatever (sorry Catholics reading this but heathen that I am I have no idea what it was all about). When we climbed back down the ...
... y sugirió que fueraos, entonces alrededor de las 4:00 AM fuimos a comprar boletos de bus. Llegamos después de un viaje donde nos alcanzó la cruda y en realidad fue un viaje muy interesante ya que pudimos hacer un city tour por la ciudad. Conocimos la casa de los hermanos Serdán, el centro historico y la Catedral.
Fue un viaje bastante interesante en el cual comimos excelente comida. REgresamos apresuradamene a DF ya que tenía que tomar un vuelo a las 6:00 AM.
... from the glaciers in the volcano. We said we hadn't, and he told us to follow him.
We started to walk up a narrow path that was next to the small stream, crossing the stream by jumping on rocks, climbing fallen trees, walking over a large mound of sawdust randomly strewn by the river and up and down slippery rocks.
We got to a point where it looked like we couldn't go further and then he suggested we went further. It ...