Puebla / Mexico
My Latin America trip in January 2014 led me to the City of Angels (Angelópolis) -- Puebla, a truly mesmerizing city in the highland of Mexico. Its city center is UNESCO world heritage sites, the colonial buildings colorful and the food world famous.
Here are some of my impressions - enjoy and share!
National Park Izta-Popo: steaming hot
Street view -- simply beautiful
One of the many churches of the city
The central plaza 'Zócalo' at dusk
Lovely street of my hotel Mesón Sacristía
Great food: mole poblano (chocolate-chile paste)
Museo Amparo: Lunch with a view
Beautifully designed gesture, isn't it?
Puebla -- home of the Volkswagen VOCHO
Street life in the pedestrian zone
German sweets are always welcome
Night view from Angelopolis mall
Finally found the Mexico puzzles for my trainings!!!
I just looove the colors!
Visiting the national railway museum
"Come in it's OPEN" -- wtf...???
Street art in a central park
Still life: tradition and modernity
Handicraft market at night
Quality label 'estilo Munich' :-)
Beautiful buildings at night
Mole poblano - a must-try and take home
Open air art
Colorful and lively
The balloons from before - now on the move!
Applied culture and heritage
Celebrating Day of the Dead
Last lunch - with cactus (nopal)!
What a great stay in an amazing city!!!
Puebla is simply mesmerizing and I so much enjoyed the mix of the colonial heritage with with with daily Mexican life – an absolute recommendation for anyone who cherishes travelling:
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