Hotel Puente Real
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A cute little town of around 100 blocks in a grid like layout, making it easy to navigate. We have found the locals to be much friendlier, helpful and stare less than those in Mexico City. We spent the day walking amongst the sites, practicing our Spanish with a taxi driver and the lady at the icecream shop :-) With a list in hand we headed into the sweet street with treats recommended from blogs and websites which did not disappoint. The staff at Gran Camoteria La Clarita ...
... tired, so we headed back to the hotel.
Crafts, arts and people-watching
We had a bit of a lie-in this morning. Jelle, Miryam, and I met up around 9, and, after a few futile knocks on doors of still-sleeping people, decided to head out to explore Puebla. We went back to the main square where we found Anders and the four of grabbed a table at one of the cafes on the square. After coffee and breakfast to the sound of music ...
... usual plus the van window episode, we checked into the Hotel Royalty Centro a bit later than normal. Being right on the zocola, one could not be any closer to the centre of town. Shame as it would have been nice to have ...
... I started that process but another chap came along and said to not bother.
Sarky and I trashed each other during episodes when he was not watching a Zac Efron movie. Two damn trips and two Zac movies: torture!
It was about 1107 when we pulled into Puebla. Taxis on order to the Hotel San Angel, the streets quiet due to the holiday. Up to the 4th floor, lugging the bags to a room with brightly coloured ...
... extremely nice though. He was excited to try to speak English with me, but has since concluded that American English is a different language that he can't understand. We've had a few Spaniards excuse their lack of comprehension this way....but whenever we get them a Brit to talk to, they have just as much trouble (and in fact, usually more).
We figured the landlady would be very happy to have a third person paying rent. She seemed so ...