Meson Sacristia de la Compania
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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... that it was open to the public. The oldest book in the collection is the 1493 Nuremberg Chronicles. We headed back to the Zocalo for a drink and then I headed up to my room. For dinner we went to a restaurant next to the City Hall which had great views over the Zocalo. The beach area was showing Cinema Paradiso, which was a little loud. Dinner was delightful although the waiter handed out English menus to everyone and asked me if I wanted one in ...
... 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 ...
... usual plus the van window episode, we checked into the Hotel Royalty Centro a bit later than normal. Being right on the zocola, one could not be any closer to the centre of town. Shame as it would have been nice to have ...
... for the other taxis to come along, I asked Fabian why the guide yesterday did not show the group the Library mural. He didn't even know about it!
Down into the bowels of the bus terminal so Fabian could sort out the tickets for a few trips. Julian asked re my name again and I said 'Handsome'; quiet Greg did not know what to say.
A security baggage check before boarding. The chap wanted me to check ...
... in Mexico in 1862. We walked around the Zocalo atleast 3 times watching people drink coffee and eat breakfast at one of the restuarants before attending mass in the cathedral. At mass the bells of the tower rang out around the city, as well as the loud bang of fireworks.
The historic center is filled with churches, monasteries, mansions and the like, mostly done in gray cantera stone, red brick and decorated with multicolored tiles. Puebla is ...