Hostal Agua Dulce
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The drive to Puebla from Mexico City heads east for about two hours. There was a major delay at one point as a truck's trailer had split clean in half! We stopped for coffee on the way, everyone heading for coffee and be for the restroom first, which cost M$3. In the coffee shop it is free. Doh! Heading into Puebla I was immediately struck at how alike the historic centre of the city is to Salta in Argentina. The plaza is probably in better ...
... favourite, noise from the audience ear deafening. A band adding to the din, just like seen on TV, but what a laugh.
After all the excitement we went to a bar and had a few mescals, lemon and salt, or lemon and a chilly salt, this is Mexico after all!
This town is laid out in a grid system, and easy to follow with the maps one can get from the accomodation reception.
In the morning we went for a walk trough the historic town with the first stop at Santa Domingo church. ...
... I can recommend very good vegetarian restaurant called "Zanahoria", the only downside is that they have very slow and generally bad service. Another nice place, especially for taco arabe (basically our kebab, but in very small form and with no vegetables) is "Las Ranas". For good coffee, chai tea and drinks at night head to "All day coffee" with a lovely courtyard. One of my favorite drinks here is agua de alfalfa ...
... an art museum, shopped on the Calle de Dulces (street of candies), and visited the artisan's markets, known for their clay and fabric. For lunch, we got mole in the Zocolo. Chocolate mole originated in Puebla, and is apparently the best place to eat it-delicious! We also saw some gorgeous cathedrals built with a Baroque influence-there are more than 99 cathedrals in Puelba! We saw 5. At the end, we got a good view of the volcano in Cuernavaca. It was a fun ...
... wrestling, is quite an experience. Bands were playing, and the arena was full -- there were kids watching with their parents.
I was surprised that there were female luchaderos as well. Most of them didn't wear the mask which is traditional for luchaderos. For the final fight, there wre around 12 of them on the rig, six luchaderos for each team. Roberto said, he'd never seen that before, it was unusual.