Fiesta Inn Puebla Finsa
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... with stalls at the side of the road think they are entitled to one so the drivers have time to study their wares! Some are official, many are 'self-help' and the guys who build them have the nerve to collect money from drivers to cover the cost of construction. Some are clearly marked with signs and coloured paint, others are completely unmarked and are exactly the same colour as the tarmac - not to be negotiated lightly at night. Then there are the ...
... plants, distilling the extract and the maturing in oak barrels and bottling the end product. Mescal and tequila is like brandy and cognac, only the place of manufacturing is different. The worm on the bottle proves the product is pure. Different aging improves the product, and we can vouch for that! One could try as many tasters as one wanted. They also produced some liqueurs with fruit bases.
Our 2nd day I went to a Mexican cooking class with local chef. But breakfast ...
... I can recommend very good vegetarian restaurant called "Zanahoria", the only downside is that they have very slow and generally bad service. Another nice place, especially for taco arabe (basically our kebab, but in very small form and with no vegetables) is "Las Ranas". For good coffee, chai tea and drinks at night head to "All day coffee" with a lovely courtyard. One of my favorite drinks here is agua de alfalfa ...
... an art museum, shopped on the Calle de Dulces (street of candies), and visited the artisan's markets, known for their clay and fabric. For lunch, we got mole in the Zocolo. Chocolate mole originated in Puebla, and is apparently the best place to eat it-delicious! We also saw some gorgeous cathedrals built with a Baroque influence-there are more than 99 cathedrals in Puelba! We saw 5. At the end, we got a good view of the volcano in Cuernavaca. It was a fun ...
... wrestling, is quite an experience. Bands were playing, and the arena was full -- there were kids watching with their parents.
I was surprised that there were female luchaderos as well. Most of them didn't wear the mask which is traditional for luchaderos. For the final fight, there wre around 12 of them on the rig, six luchaderos for each team. Roberto said, he'd never seen that before, it was unusual.