Marriott Puebla Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
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... some that were quite nice and not as sweet as anticipated. We then walked past some wonderful facades to an area set aside for artists and artisanal workshops. Next to this was the market selling many souvenirs and the local ceramic and tile ware in particular. We also saw the Casa de Alfenique - the Spanish name equates to wedding cake and it is very much like confectionary. Gabriel then took us to a restaurant to try the local speciality, moles. Moles ...
... speakers in the square, we met up with Vanessa.and the five of us went to see the sights.
Puebla has a compact city centre and there aren't too many must-see attractions, but there are some. We set out for the historical library, an old paneled beautiful room filled with Latin volumes that looked like something straight out of a Harry Potter film. Extremely cool place where I could imagine spells being cast, or ancient knowledge being ...
... is a fascinating old colonial town. The historic city centre has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site partly due to its impressively preserved Spanish colonial architecture with some 2,600 designated historic buildings ...
... Guardalajara, he can get by, smoothing things over ie where to get coffee. Over to an Oxxo, a 7-11 equivalent.
The no breakfast included thing just takes a bit of getting used to. There will always be a grocery store nearby and/or a convenience store re staples. Gary and Anne have adopted quite well thereon, finding last night submarine-type sandwiches and a large [and I mean large] bottle of Corona for dinner.
... anyways, but commented that it was the ''spiciest thing they had ever eaten''. ....but the Spanish aren't necessarily famous for being tough...
And then there were three (again)!
It's no longer just Austin and I in our three bedroom apartment. This week, we finally found a new flatmate (I say we, but it was Austin).
His name is Elias, and he is also from Morocco, but has lived in Spain since he was 14. Like Austin, ...