Hotel Hacienda del Molino
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Travel Blogs from Puebla
... largest portable Ferris wheel in the world. (And, to my dad's pleasure, we watched the Pacquiao fight at the end of the night!)
I'm not quite sure how else to elaborate. I've attached a few photos from the day, and tried my best to include captions for those of you who weren't there. (And, FYI, Isai and I are intending to throw a bash upon our return for all our friends and family who weren't able to meet us in Puebla ;] )
My parents, sister, and cousin flew down to Puebla for the weekend.
Arriving Friday at 3pm, we were only able to squeeze out a quickie tour of Puebla's Zocalo, a meal of comida poblana, shopping at El Parian, mezcal at the hotel bar, and late night tacos on Friday.
Reflecting on what we did that weekend makes me remember how little we were able to see. Puebla is a great city with much to see, do, and eat. ...
... silvers. Religious topics predominate, but everything creates an informative and neat exposition. My personal highlight is the terrace on the roof where you can buy coffee and just relax in the sun while admiring the roofs and churches of Puebla. As a matter of fact, Puebla is a very colonial city with more than 70 churches in the city center only (!)
Food and drink
As in every city, food and drinks are the most important part of our ...
... 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 ...
Mexico City to Puebla
I took the ADO bus at 11:10 AM and arrived on time around 1:15PM at Mega Puebla. The bus was very comfortable. It is quite an experience taking the bus. The station is massive. "Checking-in" is like in the airport. I had to check-in my luggage in a counter, then I had to go through security screening and my ticket checked by a staff wearing suit.
The driver's also in suit.
My host, Roberto, picked me up where ...