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Travel Blogs from Puebla
... though I think their control only lasted a couple months. So, the day is only celebrated in Puebla and Mexico City. . . and the United States . . . by people who aren't Mexican. Those Mexicans who know how much we celebrate it don't understand why we do. Okay, well, now that that's out of the way, we'll return to my trip.
So, the battle took place on a fort on a hill, and they've since developed the area by turning the fort into a museum, added ...
... back to the hotel for some down time and dinner at 7pm. We went to a traditional Mexican restaurant and had a Mexican dish of chicken and pork fillet in a tomato sauce with friend plantains. Topped that up with a specialty Pueblan beer which was lovely! One more drink in the main square, Flor de Cana 7 years, brings back memories :) V and mini V (only 2 weeks to go now :( ...
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. ...
Up early at 0525 for some ablutions, the shower being a bit of a miss with a missing nozzle. Didn't fare much better with the bath water as fairly low pressure. Got all the blog sorted by 0700 wake up call for Sarki.
Eventually down for our light included brekkie of OJ, coffee and 2 toast. It did the job.
With the 0930 departure, out by 0840 for a bit of a walk, camera in tow. Went as far as the Church of our Lady of Guadelupe before returning ...
... a sip was strong enough to make my stomach get queezy.
Cholula - Churches on Pyramids
They say that there is one chruch in Cholula for everyday of the year -- 365 churhces for such a small town!
St. Michael Shrine in Tlaxcala has a well that is believed to have healing powers. Pilgrims come to visit the shrine.
Stopped by at a a convent (I think it's called San Gabriel convent) along the way. The place has a ...