Hotel Posada San Pedro
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... own divides to do as we pleased. A few of us went off to stroll through the crafts market. I parted way with them when they decided to go into a church; opting for a coffee instead and a further walk on my own. There are 70 churched in the historical centre alone! Pip would tell me it is a catholic country after all.
I managed to get back to the hotel before the heavens opened.
Milton first led us to a rooftop terrasse with couches around fireplaces and a great view of the rooftops and churches of Puebla. We had a drink there and chilled out for a bit until it started to get chilly. Next, we went looking for a place with a dance floor. A bit easier said than done, but we did find a downstairs dive bar type place that was half empty, but they had mini-kegs at the tables, and after a run of terrible music ...
... 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 ...
... are taking a taxi at 0830 to the bus terminal for the public bus to Puebla, a trip of c 60k at most.To the local [non-Oxxo] supermarket to get some aqua 6MP before heading out. It's a good time to shop. Today is Flag Day.
Introduced to the latest couple Julian and Jillian at the hotel. Off in 4 taxis to the eastern bus terminal. Our driver could sub in for Perez should the latter drop out of F1 racing, Joey.
... Arabic, French, Spanish and a little English. So I know speak half the number of languages of everyone I live with. Elias' family lives in Linares, which is a nearby town. He goes to the university of Jaen, and is working in an apprenticeship program as well. Because of this, he is gone in the morning for work and the evenings for classes.
Because Austin and him have the same native language, they have really hit it off. It's ...