Presidente InterContinental Puebla
Travel Blogs from Puebla
... has lots and lots of churches. One of them erected by the Dominicans is more resplendent than the cathedral. Here we saw the eighth wonder of the world. It was simply breath taking. More amazing than any church we saw in Europe. Not a piece of wall was unadorned in the chapel dedicated to Mary. They have so many churches here you wonder how they keep them staffed. It may be a ...
... of all things from a smaller mountain. A huge plume of black cloud rose quickly into the sky as we watched.
When we arrived in Puebla we were treated to a very gruff taxi driver who turned out to be a massive hoon (Ian would have loved him). Puebla turned out to be a gorgeous place, well the small area that we explored that evening was anyway. We ...
... and on to the beautiful city of Puebla. There are shops and restaurants selling food we vaguely recognise, diesel is available in every town, the altitude (about 8,000 feet) means that the temperature has dropped to a pleasant 20-25 degrees – and everything is splendidly GREEN! We never thought we would be so pleased to see a tree ...
... afterwards. It was more or less the same as the supermarket in Puerto Vallarta (were I was last year), which was quite Walmart-ish. I bought some nice looking, pure red apples and bananas. I also bought cereals with milk and some Sol (a, recently bought by Heineken, Mexican beer brand), which is not my favorite because that’s Estrella. Anyways, we returned home and we made a nice pasta bolognese. I went to bed early, cause of ...
I came to Puebla to my friendīs place to visit them. They brought me to Lorenaīs dad for his birthday and we had some tacos...so beautiful
Vine a Puebla a casa de mi amiga Lorena para visitarle (Y Miriam). Lorena, con su marido e hija me llevaron a la casa del padre de Lorena a comer mis primeros tacos... que ricos!
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