Virrey De Mendoza

Address: 538 Av. Reforma, Puebla, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 538 Av. Reforma, Puebla, is near Street of Candies, Cantona Archaeological Ruins, Museo Nacional del Ferrocarril, and Ceramica Uriarte.
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      A travel blog entry by ksullivan on Jun 22, 2014

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      ... it was absolutely beautiful. After walking down to the bottom of the pyramid, we walked around to the front and climbed the pyramid steps to the top of the first level. (The walk up to the church was a modern set of steps and it didn't really feel like you were on a pyramid.) We took in the view of the city, which is known for all of its churches so steeples popped out of the skyline all over the place, and discussed our plans. We decided to head into town ...

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      A travel blog entry by frawldog on Nov 18, 2013

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      ... protest went straight to the tourist information office. I'm not sure what they were doing there or what the protest was about, but nonetheless, I didn't get help from tourist information on this day. The police blocked off the entrance with their shield to protect the tourists inside. If you like exploring back alleys, I would say this is definitely the place to do it. I explored the city in the ...

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      ... to cough the cricket back up. Fortified by this entomological nourishment we were ready to climb the worlds largest pyramid. In all honesty you wouldn't know it to look at it and that's partly because it's much wider than it is tall - it has a base of 450 metres and is the largest by volume. It was still a hefty climb to the top and I had to pause to admire the view a few times on the way up. At one point near the top I was really admiring the view ...

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