Hotel Mision Arcangel Puebla
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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 ...
... the dome but unfortunately no photo's were allowed.
In the evening we went into centro (the city centre) to meet Dany's mother and younger brother. Helen and I tried the specialty of Puebla. One being Enchiladas in a Mole sauce which is a smokey dried chilli sauce and the other meal was Chilli , an unusual meal that is kind of a main meal and desert in one. It looks like a giant sausage shape with an outer skin made from an egg batter and filled with ...
... is home to five major indigenous groups: Nahuas, the Totonacas, the Mixtecas, the Popolocas and the Otomi, which can mostly be found in the far north and the far south of the state. Thanks Mr Wikipedia.
... this is especially annoying when you know a thing or two on how the houses are isolated in Mexico. I bought some sweaters, we ate something and then we went on to a bar were we had some beers and mexican snacks. A funny thing to mention is that everything at that bar, from beers to tortillas, costs 10 pesos, which is 0,58 Euro! Afterwards we went to the pyramid of puebla or Tlachihualtepetl (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Pyr ...
Well today has been a great one but quite exhausting. It started with a delicious breakfast on the terrace. A balmy morning with views over the mist shrouded town. A buffet of fresh fruit, muesli with yoghurt, fresh pastries and hot coffee. All for 44 pesos ($3) per person. Hard to beat that. We didn't really have a plan for the day but I had read in the Lonely Planet that there is a great archeological site nearby called Monte Albán. In fact ...