Marriott Puebla Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Outdoor pool
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... see everywhere in Mexico, the market was overwhelming. Let's face it: Most of what's on offer is junk. Despite this, I could actually see myself buying a few things, since it's pretty, brightly coloured junk that's right up my alley, style-wise. But it's only the third day of the trip; I didn't want to have to lug around heavy or breakable items for the next week and a half. So I passed for now, though I'm sure I'll have plenty more ...
... The city was pretty colorful and clean, and it was a nice walk. When we got tired of walking we asked where to get the bus back to Puebla and headed that way.
Once back in Puebla, we returned to the hostel a different way than how we came, and we came across a market. It was very interesting to me, from a cultural standpoint. We walked into the main doors, in the center of the building. To the left was basically an American-style mall. To the ...
... why not? It was a 20 minute local bus ride to this small town. The highlight of this town was an old church. I believe it is called The Sanctuay of the Virgin Mary in Puebla. The significant part of this cathedral is that is build on top of Mayan ruins. The bottom appears to be an old pyramid that is half way excavated. The walk to the top is about five minutes and has a great view of the valley around it. ...
Before I tell you all about my last week I will just update you on the study situation here. As I mentioned at the start of my last entry it is pretty intense here. But what makes it worse is that Sussex have produced a document that shows how the marks here are made into equivalent grades for Sussex. So far in my time at Sussex I have managed to maintain an average that will give me a final degree of 2:1 so it is important to me that I keep up that ...
... the best coffee we have had on the trip so far. Jess got out the cards and we sat down to a few hands of Gin Rummy - I even managed to win one of the hands. I wistfully remembered the days when the kids were no good and easy to beat... just a distant memory now. We made it home in time for the girls to have a decent session of throwing small explosives at passers-by. Hope no-one complains to the hotel about it! Off to Oaxaca tomorrow. Puebla has been ...