Presidente InterContinental Puebla
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... myself a Mexican SIM card - no one should live without internet 24/7. Pretty chilled out afternoon - we went to the museo de la Revolucion (where the Mexican Revolution started) - no English translation which was a pain. We then headed to the bibliotheca which we had to pay 20 pesos to wander for like 10 steps and not be allowed to take any photos boo, we decided to ...
... 8pm. Dropped our bags quickly and then we had to rush to the luchas libre match! We were 6 rows from the ring on the rudos side ;) It was a lot of fun with spectators shouting insults at the wrestlers! We then went for some dinner and then more beers in Ernesto's room with some other people, chatting away till 3.30am ahhhhh. Only 3.5hrs till we have to wake up... V and mini V (sleeping is ...
... conveniently located in the city center and you can walk all the distances. The cathedral is huge and nice, but nothing exceptional. What is exceptional about the Iglesia de Santo Domingo, however, is that it's almost entirely made of gold.
Another place worth visiting is "Museum Amparo" which is free on Mondays. It has been recently renovated and remodeled and houses some photographic expositions as well as prehispanic artifacts and Mexican ...
... that they do not have to do that for us. We always got answers that in Mexico it is common to take good care of the guests, and that they like it. So we let them do that:-) On Sunday Leo and his group of friends took us for moto racing competition. In the afternoon, we still managed to walk the city center with the most important monuments and the next day were ready to move on to the next destination. This time to the port city of Veracruz.
... to cough the cricket back up. Fortified by this entomological nourishment we were ready to climb the worlds largest pyramid. In all honesty you wouldn't know it to look at it and that's partly because it's much wider than it is tall - it has a base of 450 metres and is the largest by volume. It was still a hefty climb to the top and I had to pause to admire the view a few times on the way up. At one point near the top I was really admiring the view ...
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