Hotel Posada San Pedro
Travel Blogs from Puebla
... back to the hotel for some down time and dinner at 7pm. We went to a traditional Mexican restaurant and had a Mexican dish of chicken and pork fillet in a tomato sauce with friend plantains. Topped that up with a specialty Pueblan beer which was lovely! One more drink in the main square, Flor de Cana 7 years, brings back memories :) V and mini V (only 2 weeks to go now :( ...
Up at 7.30am, struggle with my backpack as usual, brekkie and then off we go again with Gabriel as our guide to Xochimilco (aka as the floating gardens). On our drive there, we went through different neighbourhoods like La Roma, La Condesa and Gabriel pointed out how some neighbourhoods has European cities, US states as street names. We also stopped at the biggest bull fight stadium in the world ...
... of its development is concentrated in Puebla and other cities, many of its rural areas are very poor, forcing many to migrate away to places such as Mexico City and the United States.
Culturally, the state is home ...
... can opener but the balcony railing did the trick.
The wifi seemingly worked best in the open rotunda-like area of the 4th floor. Got the day's diary up to date so far which is fine, chilling the late afternoon hours of the day.Group rendezvous by 1930 for the evening's festivities. Julian and Jillian ["JJ"] have done alot of goody two shoes' volunteering work, mostly in Spanish-speaking countries. Don't think JJ are ...
... on the other side of town to book our next bus in a few days. We decided to have a wander round first and noticed a building called Casa del Dean, so we had to have a look at that. As it was Monday, it was like most other buildings in Mexico shut, so we took a few photos and then headed around the Zocalo which is smaller but much nicer than the one in Mexico City. The Cathedral next door was also very grand and ...
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet