Casona de la China Poblana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from Puebla
... next county town of Cuervanaca, which on the map appeared to be a simple enough journey but resulted in us getting hopelessly lost, firstly in tiny villages with dust roads and then in urban housing no through roads. There are very few signs on the roads and our map is too large a scale. Sat Nav can be brilliant but sometimes gets totally confused.
The best way to travel is on the paid motorways, even though we have to pay very frequently. ...
... chiming out a beautiful melody to mark the midday and I caught my breath in the shade of a tree while I enjoyed the views over Cholula, and in the distance, Puebla.
I caught a local bus back into Puebla and had a final explore around the city before it was time to catch the bus to Cuernavaca and the next stop in my trip. My only regret was not being hungry enough to try all the dishes that had been recommended to me, a return trip is definitely needed!
After a couple of fast paced weeks in Mexico City, I did some relaxing in Puebla. Again, I was offered a place to sleep through friends of friends. I stayed with a nice family including Martha, her daughter Aremy and her parents. Many home cooked meals, about 100 tortillas a day, and plenty of Spanish practice. Overall it was a good week of nothing too exciting.
My first full day, we took a trip downtown to view the many churches and old architecture. Fairly ...
I intended to only make a stop-over in Puebla to break the long journey from Mexico City and Oaxaca, not knowing what awaits me. To say I was pleasantly surprised is an understatement.
Xanenetla - Graffitiville
I love murals and grafittis, so I just went photocrazy with this tiny pueblo. This is truly an off-the beaten track most tourists don't get to see or even know of.
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... are divided by a given point, this Puebla it's the north-west corner of the zocalo. Streets running running of this point are given the suffix Norte, west is Poniente, east is Oriente and south is Sur. So a street named 2 Poniente will become 2 Oriente once it passes the north-west point of the zocalo.
Another interesting thing about the street names is that the even numbers ...