Hotel Mision Arcangel Puebla
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... story-tellers cloth, wrongly labelled as a temple hanging (we know this, we have one too!). We also found an excellent restaurant on a terrace overlooking Cortes' palace. Food has been hit-and-miss at best, we've been served steaks you needed a chainsaw to cut, we've learnt that at the drop of a hat fiery chillis get thrown in to almost everything (in pre-Hispanic days corn/maize and chillis were both staples so I guess they have had many years ...
... plants, distilling the extract and the maturing in oak barrels and bottling the end product. Mescal and tequila is like brandy and cognac, only the place of manufacturing is different. The worm on the bottle proves the product is pure. Different aging improves the product, and we can vouch for that! One could try as many tasters as one wanted. They also produced some liqueurs with fruit bases.
Our 2nd day I went to a Mexican cooking class with local chef. But breakfast ...
... for us! The boats would only have female names, I looked and looked and finally found my name hoooray! Wandered around the shops and then we headed back to our hotel to check out. Then lunch round the corner at a grill place (meat fest!). Coffee break at Starbucks and then we left for our public bus to Puebla...I miss private buses, will need good bladder control! 2hrs later, we arrived to Puebla ...
... has a walkway around same. Pictures of the interior could only be taken from the threshold.
We walked around to the tunnel underneath the pyramid. It was kind of fun to do the fairly short stretch open to the public, more so than thereafter walking around the archaeological site that was of little interest to most people 47MP.
We headed back pretty much the same way past the Zocalo area, stopping at El 'Meson' for lunch. Had a tortas with ham plus ...
... Aztecs which documents ancient culture, philosophy, way of life, etc. passed on from one generation to another. Systemic destruction of an ancient civilization.
The place provided a perfect 360 degree view of Cholula, facing the volcanoes and Malinche as the sun sets behind them. The rays of the sun still peeking from behind the mountain, lit up the smoke coming from the volcano creating a rich 2-dimensional effect.
Ended the day ...