Holiday Inn Express Puebla
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... as fried grasshopper with guacamole, and even brains. I didn't try any of them, but many braver souls than I had a go.
Monday nightlife quest (part 2)
After dinner, those of us who didn't go out last night (and a few who did) decided to head out for drinks and dancing. Unfortunately, Monday night isn't the best time to try and do that. But, of course, when there's a will, there's a way: It's as true in Puebla as it was ...
After a long drive form Cuetzalan we got to Andrew's & Dany's apartment mid afternoon. Later in the afternoon we drove to Centro and had a look inside the cathedral before having a bite to eat and then later in the evening making our way to the Puebla arena to watch wrestling. For those not accustomed to Mexican wrestling, they all wear masks and whether they represent good or evil, they all have their followers.
It started at 9pm and ...
... table overlooking the zocola.
Puebla was founded by the Spanish in this valley in 1531 to secure the trade route between Mexico City and the port of Veracruz.
By the end of the 18th century, the area ...
... there would be a crowd leaving at once.
The streets were largely deserted on our return. Took the time to download the pix. Suffice to say any of the action shots were blurry. Lazy Sarki led the charge for a 0930 departure, Fabian being quite relaxed about things. Bed a tad after midnight: party animal or what?
Dork of the day--Brian
Whinging about sore calves from the Teotihuacan temples climbs.
... hill) de San Miguel where the Ermita de San Miguel (a small chruch) stands at the top. We passed a few more churches on the way, including the ex convent de San Francisco which is looking a bit worse for wear now. At the top of the hill we had some excellent views of the town and surrounding landscape and in particular a stunning view of the active volcano Popocatepetl http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Popocat%C3 ...