Fiesta Inn Puebla Finsa
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... It was housed in Puebla's main cultural centre, which also had some modern art exhibits going on in some of the other rooms. One of the exhibits, ARTE Mizrahi, featured the , so some of the other rooms had modern art being exhibited.
After a snack of some street stand churros (yum!), we made our way slowly over to the Artists' Square and the handicraft market. Filled with stall after stall of the same brightly-coloured stuff that ...
So today was the day we performed for a conference of people studying to become English teachers. It was kind of stressful, but fun and rewarding. We had to set up the show in a very limited amount of time, and then run and do the show. It was fun and different to perform for adults who really understand the language, and their reactions were different from the children's.
We also had to ...
... in the background as well. Then there was the amazing water fountain and kids running through it all lit up with their coloured lights. Magic!
Had a few minutes before dinner to go into the Metropolitan Cathedral ...
... to kick back beers on a trip.
The arena was a fair jaunt away, certainly the better part of a half hour walk. Chatted with Kathleen about her former horse farm business. Just before this trip she had taken a flight from Perth to fly over the South Pole in a 747.
Near the arena Fabian suggested we eat from the street vendors which was fine, pointing out booze options too. There were some large looking ...
... on the other side of town to book our next bus in a few days. We decided to have a wander round first and noticed a building called Casa del Dean, so we had to have a look at that. As it was Monday, it was like most other buildings in Mexico shut, so we took a few photos and then headed around the Zocalo which is smaller but much nicer than the one in Mexico City. The Cathedral next door was also very grand and ...