Presidente InterContinental Puebla
Travel Blogs from Puebla
... largest portable Ferris wheel in the world. (And, to my dad's pleasure, we watched the Pacquiao fight at the end of the night!)
I'm not quite sure how else to elaborate. I've attached a few photos from the day, and tried my best to include captions for those of you who weren't there. (And, FYI, Isai and I are intending to throw a bash upon our return for all our friends and family who weren't able to meet us in Puebla ;] )
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. ...
... table overlooking the zocola.
Puebla was founded by the Spanish in this valley in 1531 to secure the trade route between Mexico City and the port of Veracruz.
By the end of the 18th century, the area ...
... there would be a crowd leaving at once.
The streets were largely deserted on our return. Took the time to download the pix. Suffice to say any of the action shots were blurry. Lazy Sarki led the charge for a 0930 departure, Fabian being quite relaxed about things. Bed a tad after midnight: party animal or what?
Dork of the day--Brian
Whinging about sore calves from the Teotihuacan temples climbs.
... hill) de San Miguel where the Ermita de San Miguel (a small chruch) stands at the top. We passed a few more churches on the way, including the ex convent de San Francisco which is looking a bit worse for wear now. At the top of the hill we had some excellent views of the town and surrounding landscape and in particular a stunning view of the active volcano Popocatepetl http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Popocat%C3 ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility