Fiesta Americana Santa Fe Hotel
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... Next, we have reached the house of Blue Tiles, La Casa de los Azulejos!
This house, located at number 4 Francisco Madero Street, is covered in azulejos (tiles) from the state of Puebla, which are called talavera. Built in the 16th Century, this mansion has an interesting history:
In 1737 the Count and Countess of Orizaba ordered the renovation of their home and the placement of the tiles. From 1881 it functioned as a private men's club to 1917 when it was ...
... get a day off from work and the plan is for us to do take one of those hop-on/hop-off turista buses for some sightseeing. I'm also told a plate of mole is in my immediate future--so far I've been warned about Moctezuma's revenge but haven't had the misfortune of experiencing it...if I'm not careful tomorrow, lunch may very well do me in...(good thing I brought that Immodium with me!)
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