Hotel Posada Senorial
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... surrounded the square. The winter festival is on here too -- we saw tubing, skating and snowman making, all with fake snow of course. The square was packed with people, mostly families with kids taking in and enjoying the scene. Their enthusiasm was contagious, and we skipped around like little kids snapping cheesy photos and enjoying the atmosphere.
A quick peek in the impressively large cathedral followed. It's the second biggest ...
... lunch, we stopped on the side of the road to eat at a little food shack with the ladies making the food right there in the open. I had a taco with cactus and cheese, which was pretty good. We got to Puebla and checked into our hotel for the night. It's not as nice as Hotel Principal, but I still have my own room, which is nice. Then we had dinner with Guillermo (the man ...
... 12 rooms, the stairwell was tiny to get to our room and was pretty hard to get our bags up there, but it was a lot better than the Granada. The key for the door took a bit of getting used to, it took a while to get in and out of the room, but the room was pretty good. It had nice high ceilings, a terrace balcony, a massive comfy king size bed, a fridge and microwave and the room seemed clean. After settling into our new room we did our usual walk to ...
... looking out at the beautiful countryside.
When Oliver and I grabbed our bags and exited the bus terminal in Cuautla, there was Peter, waiting for us with a big smile on his face. We squeezed our gear and ourselves into Peter’s ’93 VW beetle and headed toward the volcanos. Oliver and Peter are both Germans who married Mexican women and now reside in Mexico. For the first third of the drive, we all spoke ...
... mountains higher than 4000m in Switzerland is definitely completely different from going up to 4461m mountain in Mexico - it's a nice hike.
By the way, the name of the volcano 'La Malinche' comes from the Aztec lady La Malinche. She was the interpreter and beloved of the Spanish conquistador Hernan Cortes around 1520. Only thanks to La Malinche was Cortes that successful in his ...