Hotel Royalty Centro

Address: Portal Hidalgo No. 8, Puebla, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 72000, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Portal Hidalgo No. 8, Puebla.
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        Travel Blogs from Puebla

        Cathedrals, crafts and chocolate

        A travel blog entry by segacs on Dec 23, 2014

        20 photos

        ... lavish and ornate, of course. No photos were allowed inside so I can't post any. I can, however, tell you about the really really REALLY long line of people waiting for confession. It's strange to see Catholic churches in places where people are still actively practicing Catholics, unlike Quebec where pretty much everyone is Catholic in name only.

        Dessert for dinner

        Back to the hotel for a much-needed shower, change of clothes ...

        Puebla (pw-ehh-blahh)

        A travel blog entry by maroline on Feb 08, 2014

        1 comment, 5 photos

        ... of scrubbing my face with mint bodywash when the water suddenly turns to a dribble. And then ceases completely. I'm shouting at Mario to get a bucket so I can wash the minty fresh soap out of my ******n eyes which I'm squeezing shut while trying not to shiver convulsively, when the water suddenly dribbles back on again. And then a full spray hits me in the face of freezing cold water and sends me yelping backwards. Ahh. The joys of hostels ;) Back to Day 5, we ...

        Museum of Anthropology, and getting lost in a taxi

        A travel blog entry by sam.callender on Feb 12, 2010

        12 photos

        ... museum. In Mexico, a lot of the school kids wear matching jumpsuits. I wish they did that here, because it looks really cool. Our professor had us take down notes by drawing sketches of different artifacts that we found interesting. In one exhibit about the Mayas, a huge group of little kids surrounded me and were looking at my sketch book and taking photos of me with their camera phones. Two middle school boys even asked if ...


        A travel blog entry by solskjaer20 on Apr 08, 2009

        1 comment, 27 photos

        ... him to get some spanish donuts: churros. These things are genius if you get chocolate dipping sauce. They have them back home at the Vic Market, but we have probably eaten about 40 each since we have been here. Brendan wanted to look for guitar, so after watching him try to tune it for about 10 minutes, we left him and went and had a look at a nearby market. The people in the shop were pretty good sports and thought it was pretty amusing that a hairly large ...

        Museums downtown & Liliana

        A travel blog entry by kimbutterfly15 on Nov 09, 2007

        ... it in order to preserve the books. The room the library was in was not huge for a library by todays standards but it was absolutlu beautiful, primarily carved and glossed wood with accenting sculptures and gold. I did not get pictures of this because they were not allowed, but i found one in a brochure and am hopeing to possibly find a post card also. It was funny there was a large wood structure that looked a little like a water wheel...the man working in the library ...