Fiesta Inn Puebla Finsa
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... had mostly English language booths, but then they had food too! I bought a sweet made from ground up pumpkin seeds called Esmeralda!! I also bought a coffee liqueur that was quite tasty.
Then, we made our way back from Puebla to Mexico City to the original hotel we stayed at. Elaine and I watched My Big Fat Greek Wedding on the way back! IT'S SUCH A PERFECT MOVIE!!
And unfortunately, ...
... in fact only 250, but good effort). The old forts are the landmarks of the celebrated battle of 5 de Mayo, where the Mexican army ended an attempted French invasion. We visit t the old colonial centre and the Zocalo .
Further outside Puebla is Cholula, a smaller town recently given Unesco heritage status which we visit. The Spanish built a church perched at ...
... black represented astronomical calendar and the underworld.
Click on these 2 panorama photos to better appreciate the scale of the scene.
Why and when did ...
... meals cost 0.30 Euro, my fellow colleagues are all Mexican and they are all very good to me! In my next blog I will explain a bit more of what my job entails and how this very night was, since I’m going out in a couple of hours. In my next blog I will explain a bit more of what my job entails and how this very night was, since I’m going out in a couple of hours.
Making this blog I was listening to: Thin Lizzy, The Kinks and The Kik. ...
... in the sun. We read the information plates that talked about the human sacrifice rituals that the Zapotecs (who built this) had and imagined what life must have been like 2400 years ago when this city was founded. As we sat in the shade a shady looking man approached us wearing a backpack. He engaged us in some light conversation (in Spanish) and then slyly produced some 'genuine artifacts' that he had 'found' among the hills nearby. Now, ...