City Express Puebla Angelopolis
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... it. On the top of what earlier was the top of the pyramid, is now a catholic church. From the top of the church you have a great view on both volcanoes surrounding the town - Popocatépetl and Iztaccíhuatl, which means "Smoking Mountain" and "Sleeping Woman".
Puebla turned out to be a very neat city with excellent food. We tried great quesadillas, gorditas and even a special kind of mushrooms. Apart from that I got a haircut for 3 EUR - unbeatable ...
... of a Clint Eastwood film. The bus dropped me a few miles away from where I wanted so I had to catch a taxi into town from where it was a short walk to my hostel. The one and only cheap place to stay in the city I was lucky enough to nab one of the last beds checking in just behind a huge group of German backpackers.
Admittedly I was just arriving from the hustle and bustle of Mexico city but Puebla really ...
... and didn't waste anytime getting me settled at their family home, and then quickly hitting back the road to show me around.
On the way, saw this volcano with 'cloud' on top. Later, I found out that it's actually smoking, sometimes spewing ashes. It's an active volcano.
Cacaxtla - Ancient Pyramid Ruins
Our first stop is a pyramid. The interesting thing about this pyramid was that it was created primarily to house Quetzal birds, ...
... t built a church on top! Arrived in time for a festival, the idol was brought out abd paraded round the town, before coming to the church for a service, lots of noisey fireworks going off, they were chucking handfuls of sweets everywhere and confetti too.
Looked round the ruins that are left, but the tunnels are shut, they've started flooding. Walked around town, looked in the local churches, some ...
... 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 ...