Presidente InterContinental Puebla
Travel Blogs from Puebla
... I've made the right decision as Itinerary Master. But a 10min cab ride quickly diminishes my concerns. This place is just... I dunno. Imagine seeing a really cute puppy while eating your favourite piece of cake. It's just that type of feeling. You want to squeal with delight at the sheer loveliness and you wish you could burn it into your memory. It has real charm. The streets are so neat and divine to look down. They're flanked by gorgeous black vintage ...
... s towers at 73.9 m / 244 ft are considered to be the tallest in Mexico. Marble floors, rich gold leaf interior and main altar depicting kings and queens of 17 century Europe.
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... of me and the world rushing by on either side, holding onto two metal handles underneath either side of me, I could not help but recall those words from the planning meeting a few weeks ago. Except for now it was, “This bike is real.”
For those of you who have never ridden a bike like this, or two-up on a bike like this, let me explain a bit; there is nothing between you and the world except a big helmet and a moon-suit. Sometimes you go quite ...
... great place to come and study but you have to be aware that the regime is very different to Sussex. At Sussex of course you are expected to read in preparation for seminars and you may have an essay or 2 to complete by the end of term, but nothing much happens if you miss class or don’t do the reading. Here you fail the course if you miss more than 4 classes and that is non-negotiable!
So enough about study let me tell you about “eating ...
... tour) past the museum of the Mexican Revolution down a street known as the street of sweets because it is lined with dozens of sweets shops selling pretty much the same thing. I bought some of the camote which is a local delicacy made from sweet potato. Minimum buy was ten sticks but the total cost was $2.10. Laden with my new purchase we headed on to the Teatro Principal, a really sweet little theatre that is nicknamed the colluseum because it is round ...
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