Hotel Puente Real
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... while the company after us did their presentation, so we got to talk with Guillermo a little bit more. I learned that for the tour in January, we will be rehearsing in Orlando!! ORLANDOOOOO I LOVE YOU ORLANDOOOOO (Book of Mormon reference for those of you who are like....I didn't know Caroline liked Orlando quite so much)
So yeah, then we visited a couple of booths, among our own ArtSpot ...
... strength. We waited out the rain in the hostel, and then headed back out for dinner and to check out the night scene. We ate tacos from a place just down from our hostel. One kind, tacos al pastor, I'd had before, but the other, tacos arabes I hadn't and they were delicious!! I can't believe I'm just discovering them during my third summer here!! We walked a block to a salsa club that the guy at the hostel told us about, but it was closed. I asked the girl ...
... with people. A massive cathedral that is the type of building I would build had I just conquered a people and was now going to bring them to my religion. Some delicious tacos al pastor.
And then, when we were walking back to the hotel, content with what Puebla had shown us, we heard some lovely music and saw a bunch of lights in front of the cathedral. There, hanging from a giant crane over the heads of hundreds of poblanos were four or five carriages – ...
... transport stops around midnight and it is expensive and probably not safe to take a cab alone.
Anyway at 7am on Saturday morning I was standing at the Tren Ligero station waiting to meet whoever else was due to come on the trip. In the end it was only Mike, the Czech guy, who was at the station. We met everyone else at the Tasquena bus station. It only takes around 1 ½ hours by bus to get to Puebla and then it is about 15 minutes by bus into the ...
... called the plaza of the toads because of the river that used to run though there. Unfortunately we priced a few items and the prices were way too high - more than you would pay for something similar in an antique store in Australia so either they 'saw us coming' or they wouldn't be selling much to the locals. By now it was late in the afternoon and we had plans to visit a nearby town that we had read about called Chipilo which is described as a piece of Italy ...