San Leonardo Puebla
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... some that were quite nice and not as sweet as anticipated. We then walked past some wonderful facades to an area set aside for artists and artisanal workshops. Next to this was the market selling many souvenirs and the local ceramic and tile ware in particular. We also saw the Casa de Alfenique - the Spanish name equates to wedding cake and it is very much like confectionary. Gabriel then took us to a restaurant to try the local speciality, moles. Moles ...
... Convent of Santa Clara - now the whole street is full of sweet shops, we bought gingerbread pigs, very yummy!
Liz mentioned speed bumps earlier, every tiny village, bigger villages, towns, city streets, they all think they are entitled to a fleet of nasty speed bumps that stretch right across the road, they are a meanace. One smallish village we passed through the other day had 12. Schools think they are entitled to a couple, so do hospitals, factories ...
... think the Mexicans either wish they had snow or they just copy the decorations from the Western world. Anyhow, Puebla seems a neat and well-maintained city. It's much smaller than D.F. (only 1.4 million inhabitants) and there are less people everywhere. The city center is clean, newly renovated and makes a really nice impression.
There is not very much to see in Puebla, but what there is to see, is very nice. All tourist ...
... a lot of American cartoons dubbed in Spanish. I ate a lot of home cooked meals trying many things I hadn’t tried yet. Earned some man points by eating some of the spicier options with no problems. We did take a short trip to the 5 de Mayo fair that had started on the weekend but I was told it was lacking compared to previous years, so we didn’t stay too long. I did however get some pictures of the active volcano PopocatÚpetl blowing smoke across the horizon. Apparently ...
... a chapel, like those scattered all over Santorini and Mykonos -- Puebla's are grand churches with relief sculptures on the ceilings and intricately designed stained glass windows of saints and holy trinity. Unfortunately, a lot of them were closed and I didn't get to go inside the UNESCO World Heritage listed church.
The most interesting sight is the Cathedral right in front of the Zocalo. It's like ...