NH Puebla

Address: Av 5 Sur #105 Centro Historico, Puebla, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 72000 , Mexico | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Av 5 Sur #105 Centro Historico, Puebla, is near Zocalo, Street of Candies, Museo Nacional del Ferrocarril, and Cantona Archaeological Ruins.
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      Cathedrals, crafts and chocolate

      A travel blog entry by segacs on Dec 23, 2014

      20 photos

      ... by shops -- most of which sell shoes. Lots and lots of shoes.

      We navigated through the crush of people to the main square, ostensibly to see the cathedral. But we got a bit sidetracked by the giant -- and I do mean giant -- Christmas celebration going on. It made Mexico City's Zocalo look low key in comparison. Lights and lit-up reindeer sculptures and stars hanging from trees everywhere. Fake plastic gingerbread house type ...

      The REAL Cinco de mayo

      A travel blog entry by ksullivan on Jun 22, 2014

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... de mayo events took place On the way there we passed a very colorful outdoor market with the ground beautifully painted. Now, before I continue, everyone read carefully: Cinco de mayo does NOT have anything to do with Mexico's Independence. Got that? It's a celebration of a battle victory against the French who were invading. However, it was a situation of, "They won the battle, but not the war." It wasn't long before the French were in control of ...

      Mexico DF to Puebla (by Daniel)

      A travel blog entry by jim.coates on Nov 24, 2013

      4 comments, 24 photos

      ... of me and the world rushing by on either side, holding onto two metal handles underneath either side of me, I could not help but recall those words from the planning meeting a few weeks ago. Except for now it was, “This bike is real.”

      For those of you who have never ridden a bike like this, or two-up on a bike like this, let me explain a bit; there is nothing between you and the world except a big helmet and a moon-suit. Sometimes you go quite ...

      New Friends, New Sights!

      A travel blog entry by slw321 on Sep 25, 2012

      1 comment, 49 photos

      ... is extremely high. I have spoken to other students who don’t get nearly as much work as I do or they choose not to do it all. But not all universities are concerned with the grades as long as they pass the course. In order to pass here you have to get 70% but actually that is not too difficult. My worst mark was for Spanish at 83% but I hope I can improve that for the next “partial” which is in about 3 weeks I think. I would still say that it ...

      Colonial splendour

      A travel blog entry by guykb on Dec 17, 2011

      5 photos

      ... the Spanish victory over the French that happened right here in Puebla on the Fifth of May in 1862. This event is celebrated not just all over Mexico, but also in the USA to celebrate Mexican culture and to acknowledge the strategic importance to America of the defeat of the French. Our next stop was the Chapel of the Rosary, which is inside the Templo de Santo Domingo. An extraordinary example of Mexican baroque art. Completely over-the-top with the gilt ...