Fiesta Inn Puebla Finsa
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Travel Blogs from Puebla
... 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 ...
... scratched the surface! (Or bit the torta, should I say?)
Warning: the majority of photos included are snaps of our meals. While we didn't have the opportunity to eat all that Puebla has to offer, we ate well, and often. Breakfast at our hotel turned out to be surprisingly good. What's actually surprising is that when reviewing our collective photos, we're actually missing meals.
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... why not? It was a 20 minute local bus ride to this small town. The highlight of this town was an old church. I believe it is called The Sanctuay of the Virgin Mary in Puebla. The significant part of this cathedral is that is build on top of Mayan ruins. The bottom appears to be an old pyramid that is half way excavated. The walk to the top is about five minutes and has a great view of the valley around it. ...
... in order to do that I have to work like a dog because of how the marks are downgraded!! For example after our first set of "partials" here my average was 91%. When I checked the chart is seems that 90% translates to 65% so that means I have maintained my average. But when you consider that for 2 of my courses here I was awarded 100% you can see how I cannot afford to drop any marks. I already know that I won't get 100% for one of them next time as I submitted ...
... the Spanish victory over the French that happened right here in Puebla on the Fifth of May in 1862. This event is celebrated not just all over Mexico, but also in the USA to celebrate Mexican culture and to acknowledge the strategic importance to America of the defeat of the French. Our next stop was the Chapel of the Rosary, which is inside the Templo de Santo Domingo. An extraordinary example of Mexican baroque art. Completely over-the-top with the gilt ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center