Villas Arquelogicas de Cholula
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- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
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... as fried grasshopper with guacamole, and even brains. I didn't try any of them, but many braver souls than I had a go.
Monday nightlife quest (part 2)
After dinner, those of us who didn't go out last night (and a few who did) decided to head out for drinks and dancing. Unfortunately, Monday night isn't the best time to try and do that. But, of course, when there's a will, there's a way: It's as true in Puebla as it was ...
... fountains, statues, a pond, cafe etc. An old Olympic soccer stadium is there too. The morning started out pretty nasty weather-wise and we were glad to get into the museum. Luckily, by the time we left the drizzle had pretty much stopped and it had warmed up a bit so we went in search of the soccer stadium. I'm sure that stadium was special in its day, but it's tiny and sad looking compared to the stadiums we've been seeing for the World Cup. Oh, ...
... down into the valley, and it was awesome.
On the route to Puebla we stopped for a break at a gas station in the valley (one can only do about 100 kilometers on the bike before needing to stop) and you could see Popacatepetl, the region’s only active volcano, between the clouds on the right. It’s snowy top camouflaged by the clouds. In the distance ahead of us rose another volcano – I can’t remember the name.
Once in Puebla ...
... 8221;. I discovered while I was away last weekend that I got to know a different set of people. This is an aspect of studying here that I had not really anticipated. Of course I was expecting to learn more about the Mexican way of life and culture but in addition I have had some fascinating conversations with people from all over Europe and North America. Last weekend also meant that we could really talk without it being about our classes or just saying ...
... keen for him to leave. It was amazing, though, to witness the tolerance and gentle nature of the Mexicans. It occurred to us that if this happened at an Australian wedding people would manhandle the bum and throw him out. But not here. He was allowed to do his thing and after about five minutes he left the chapel. The wedding continued uninterrupted through all of this. We continued our walking tour (Maggie thought I should have had a flag so it was like a ...