Provincia Express Puebla
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... motorcycles, which they had in the store for some reason, were super cheap, refrigerators were just a little cheaper, phones were the same, and I think computers were a little cheaper, in case anyone was curious!
Back at the hostel we grabbed our stuff and had a smooth trip back to Mexico City, and then to the airport. Finding where to check in at the airport proved to be a little tricky, but we figured it out, said goodbye, and then went our separate ways.
... scratched the surface! (Or bit the torta, should I say?)
Warning: the majority of photos included are snaps of our meals. While we didn't have the opportunity to eat all that Puebla has to offer, we ate well, and often. Breakfast at our hotel turned out to be surprisingly good. What's actually surprising is that when reviewing our collective photos, we're actually missing meals.
Hope you enjoy!
... poles (you know the ones with the big round bulbs) and beautifully, different coloured buildings, European-looking iron terraces and burgundy awnings. And THE most commanding, opulent cathedrals. I'm serious. This place has some of the best cathedrals I've ever seen. The Notre Dames and Vaticans might actually be sweating it slightly... We walk around for a few hours, then have dinner at a cute little restaurant. I had salad (yay, vegetables!) and Mexican rice, ...
... along, a shot of tequila and some of the chips helping the process. Had a makeshift shampoo before our grand repast rendezvous.
JJ nowhere in sight for dinner and Kathleen bagging same too. Fabian decided to follow a Lonely Planet recommendation re the mole plobano from the Translator, the latter having downloaded some portion of the Lonely Planet guide on Mexico on to his camera. Yikes!
After some searching, El Mural de los Poblanos was ...
... in the battle of Puebla, Mexico against the French. Most Americans don't
know this, and assume it is Mexico's Independence Day. In reality, cinco de mayo is primarily celebrated in the province of Puebla, Mexico, rather than Mexico as a whole. In the US, its a day to celebrate mainly with Mexican food and tequila.
We decided that if Americans could celebrate Mexican holidays, so could the Spanish. Our Spanish friends were initially ...
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