Holiday Inn Puebla La Noria
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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
... relaxed visit in Puebla.
Tuesday we woke up, got ready, and headed out to find breakfast. We sat in a little cafe with a great view of the main church. Then, we walked to a bus station and headed towards Cholula, a town with a pyramid on the outskirts. We didn't really know where to get off in Cholula, I was expecting a bus station, and so we didn't get off until the bus driver had reached the end of his route and told us we had to get off. Whoops. ...
... s towers at 73.9 m / 244 ft are considered to be the tallest in Mexico. Marble floors, rich gold leaf interior and main altar depicting kings and queens of 17 century Europe.
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... vicinity. In Pueblo Leo was waiting for us, another CouchSurfer who offered us couch. Leo studied tourism, so he was great host and the guide in one person. Upon arrival, we attended real Mexican family celebration. Leo had been invited to celebrate the birth of baby of his classmates from the studies. Mexican party, that's something! Service is top notch, hired waiters and cooks. In Mexico, one does not need hesitate to take to party ...
... like a big hill. The colonial settlers built a church on top of the hill and the church (Our Lady of Remedies) is apparently now a pilgrimage site. At the base of the pyramid are a number of market stalls selling handicrafts and some refreshments. Some particular refreshments took Georgie and Jess's eyes - dried crickets. They were both keen to try them (I was not) and a backpacker in Mexico City had told us that it was like eating potato chips. ...