Hotel Posada San Pedro

Av. 2 Oriente No. 202, Puebla, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 72000, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Av. 2 Oriente No. 202, Puebla, is near Street of Candies, Cantona Archaeological Ruins, Museo Nacional del Ferrocarril, and Ceramica Uriarte.
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    Travel Blogs from Puebla

    Ep. 26 First step in central america: Puebla

    A travel blog entry by itsthejourney on Jul 22, 2014

    3 comments, 8 photos

    ... in fact only 250, but good effort). The old forts are the landmarks of the celebrated battle of 5 de Mayo, where the Mexican army ended an attempted French invasion. We visit t the old colonial centre and the Zocalo .

    Further outside Puebla is Cholula, a smaller town recently given Unesco heritage status which we visit. The Spanish built a church perched at ...

    The REAL Cinco de mayo

    A travel blog entry by ksullivan on Jun 22, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... pastry shop next door about it, and she said it was open. It was funny because I told her it wasn't, and, being a nice Mexican, she walked over there to show me it was . . . only to find that it wasn't! She said that that was strange, that it was open earlier, and then, chuckling, she was like, "Well, I guess you could knock and see if they answer. . ." We decided against that, said we'd come back later, and headed back to the hostel, disappointed. Once ...

    Mexico DF to Puebla (by Daniel)

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

    4 comments, 24 photos

    ... from the same giant chandelier-like structure. Dancers in white performed on top of the carriages. And one woman was dropped down, to twirl and move suspended in mid air, between the crowd and the carriages. The crane moved the chandelier up and down and around above the crowd’s head, and ended the song with a grand finale where the carriages and then the structure above shot off giant industrial sized sparklers. Apparently the performers were from a Belgian troupe. Voila, ...

    New Friends, New Sights!

    A travel blog entry by slw321 on Sep 25, 2012

    1 comment, 49 photos

    ... we got there our mission was to find somewhere to eat breakfast and then head for the zocolo to check out the sights. Some of us decided that the open top bus tour looked like fun and as the cost was less than 5 for 1 hours it seemed like a no brainer to me! Puebla is a very pretty city in some ways but we only saw the “good” bits! It is the 5th largest city in Mexico and when the bus tour took us high up over the city you could ...

    Colonial splendour

    A travel blog entry by guykb on Dec 17, 2011

    5 photos

    ... middle of Mexico. It was settled by a group of Venetian immigrants a century ago and they still speak Italian to this day. The town is filled with Italian cafes and restaurants and is 'a true gem'. We took a taxi which despite being a 30 minute drive cost only 100 pesos ($7). We couldn't quite understand why the taxi dropped us off on some back street in the middle of nowhere when we realised we were actually in the middle of town and this noisy busy road that ...