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... that it was open to the public. The oldest book in the collection is the 1493 Nuremberg Chronicles. We headed back to the Zocalo for a drink and then I headed up to my room. For dinner we went to a restaurant next to the City Hall which had great views over the Zocalo. The beach area was showing Cinema Paradiso, which was a little loud. Dinner was delightful although the waiter handed out English menus to everyone and asked me if I wanted one in ...
... of an ancient Aztec pyramid – as a show of catholic dominance. We walk up the many stairs to the top and take in the views over the volcano.
After taking some days to stay with friends (te agrdezco!) and adjusting to the time change, we are ready to move further south into Central America…here we come! Our afternoon bus ...
... 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.
... and woke up at 4 in the morning. It luckily didn’t take long to get used to a better rhythm.
On the first Saturday I met Enrique, a friend from Puerto Vallarta which I hadn’t seen in a long time. It was good to see him again and we went to a big shopping mall to buy me some sweaters. This may sound odd, wearing sweaters in mexico, but it turns out that Puebla is the coldest spot in Mexico during the night (5 degrees or ...
... bus terminal and caught a more expensive one back. It was a more comfortable ride that took the motorway but was only a little quicker than the other bus so we arrived back around 4.45pm. We easily found the city ring road bus that took us back and were soon back at the hostel ready for a nice nap. We woke up an hour or so later and had a wander into the centre to get some more of the cinnamon doughnuts but they ...