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Puebla No 115, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Lodge
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Puebla (pw-ehh-blahh)

A travel blog entry by maroline


Day 4: So after a moderately stressful morning of discovering for some reason that none of our plastic currently works in any ATMs (Mario tried five of them), we decide to begin the bus journey from Mexico City to Puebla. I'm not sure what to expect, but I did read good things about this place. We have roughly 100 pesos on us. And the leftover expensive fruit from the day before. So life's pretty good. We catch a cab from the bus station and I'm a little apprehensive ...

HIGHLIGHTS Mon 25 Nov: Teotihuacan > Puebla

A travel blog entry by bruceontour


... from the urban jungle of Mexico City in a desert valley ringed by mountains.

The two main features were the two pyramids.

Pyramid of the Sun – In its hey day was painted red to represent blood and eternal ...

Mexico City

A travel blog entry by simoncole


... then to the Museo Anthropologia. The museum was excellent. I didn't appreciate the number and variety of cultures and that have inhabited this area over the past few thousand years - but that's exactly what we have come here to discover:

  • Olmec

  • Zapotec

  • Toltec

  • Mixtec

  • Aztec

  • ...

Pyramids, Mexican Wrestling, Aveca and Tacos!

A travel blog entry by tannerhall

... out to Six Flags, which took a little longer than expected. We had four different sets of directions on how to get there, and although we went with the Six Flags website's recommendation, it could have been a lot quicker (as we found out on the way back!). As soon as we got off the bus at Six Flags, the driver's assistant yelled something to us about buying Fanta... I smiled and said the usual (no gracias) response that I've given a million times to people ...

First day visiting

A travel blog entry by rudaja


... the main square. We've seen the Cathedral (where is the board for the memory of the pope JPII and a painting of him). I've seen a lot of endogenous people (or those who pretend to be ones) - Aztecs or Indians, whatever you call them :P They were wearing traditional clothes, f.e. plumes, playing music and dancing around a fireplace (or sth which was supposed to be ...


This lodge, located on Puebla No 115, Mexico City, is near Street of Candies, Museo Nacional del Ferrocarril, Cantona Archaeological Ruins, and Ceramica Uriarte.
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