Villas Arquelogicas de Cholula
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- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... counting the number of times I tripped or rolled my ankles, 3. Whilst in the market a German Jehovah Witness tried to show us the way to God. My first sunburn of the trip complete with a bag strap tan line. Damn over the shoulder bag! What we learnt... Don't go rogue when ordering. We attempted to try something different without first having sought recommendations, bad idea. The English description was beef leg with vingarette, which we believe to actually be pure fat ...
We land in Mexico City late at night. The capital city, one of the biggest in the world, is a carpet of street lights. We drive an hour south across a mountain range that separates the two states to Puebla.
Puebla is overlooked by an active volcano, Popocatepl. The volcano constantly blows a thin line of smoke. The city famously has a church for every day of ...
... to grow economically, mostly through industry, despite being the scene of a number of battles, the most notable of which being the Battle of Puebla. Today, the state is one of the most industrialized in the country, but ...
... a shower, a couple of closets, a table and last but not least our own shower which way higher than my expectation. We have a shared kitchen with a stove, a microwave, two sofa’s and a big table with eight chairs. An important thing to mention is that the kitchen gets cleaned everyday and our rooms every week!
There were only two interns when I came here (Sabrina und Stephanie). I got some breakfast from them and we went to ...
... hill) de San Miguel where the Ermita de San Miguel (a small chruch) stands at the top. We passed a few more churches on the way, including the ex convent de San Francisco which is looking a bit worse for wear now. At the top of the hill we had some excellent views of the town and surrounding landscape and in particular a stunning view of the active volcano Popocatepetl http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Popocat%C3 ...