Marriott Puebla Hotel
Travel Blogs from Puebla
... and a green herb on top. It was extremely rich and delicious. After dinner, we returned to the hostel so we could talk to the guy at the front desk and plan out our days.
After a good long talk with the very knowledgeable and talkative front desk guy, Terrick and I had some decision making to do. Our plan for one day was to visit a park with two volcanoes in it. It turned out that getting to that volcano from Puebla was quite the feat and ...
... to search for some dinner and come across a small fair with food stands, live cumbia music and fairground rides. There is still plenty of poblano cuisine for me to try so we make a start on whatever we can find. Suddenly there is the sound of fireworks and a giant wooden construction bursts into spinning flames as catherine wheels spin and fireworks shoot into the sky. I go closer to get a better look and see one of the guys looking after the pyrotechnics climb up inside the ...
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. ...
12:21 A.M July 3 I know I am supposed to be sleeping right now, but I feel like I had to type now. Today was finally a party-free day which means that there weren't any parties since we have arrived in June 28th. Tia Susy had a baby name Joanna and she wanted me to take pictures of her. Joanna is SOOO cute :3. I also saw this cat who is just as cute as Joanna and they are like friends! I don't know if I should name her kit-kat or something else. I haven't seen the other cat ...
... and visited another magnificent church. Next we had some free time and I walked aroun with Valeria (from Costa Rica) and a girl, Tatianna (from Brazil). We explored the sweet streets for which Puebla was famous. Although there were a variety of sweets and candies that I ...
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