Puebla is one of the most beautiful and representative of all Mexican cities and the best way to start your exploration of this colonial treasure is from its very heart. The Historic Center, where you will find countless museums, convents and beautiful baroque buildings, will take you on a journey into the past, ensuring you fall in love with this amazing city.
This renovated colonial house is an outstanding example of the over-the-top 18th-century decorative style alfeñique, characterized by elaborate stucco ornamentation and named after a candy made from sugar and egg whites. The 1st floor details the Spanish conquest, including indigenous accounts in the form of drawings and murals. The 2nd floor houses a large collection of historic and religious paintings, local furniture and household paraphernalia.
Casa del Alfenique is an iconic historical museum in Puebla, Mexico. It was home to the leaders of the Mexico Revolution in the early part of the 19th Century. You can still see bullet holes in the walls from a revolutionary battle. You’ll also see many interesting artefacts from the history of Puebla and Mexico.
The house was built in 1791 it was the home of Ignacio Morales, a wealthy ironworker, who designed the house to be built with elaborate stucco-work resembling the famous sweet sugar candies called “alfeñiques”, hence the name Casa del Alfeñique. The Casa del Alfeñique has been completely restored and has several exhibits depicting the history of Puebla.
Out of the noisy center and so next to it, At the Ca Maria Adele, you are in the center of Venice in five minutes with the “traghetto”. This private home as it looks like, is really confidential. Hidden behind the Salute church, it is a Palace in a calm area.
Like Philadelphia’s own Parthenon, the Philadelphia Museum of Art sits majestically on a rise at the end of the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. The vast collections of this temple of art make it the third-largest art museum in the country, and an absolute must-see on the city’s cultural circuit.
Blois attracts most visitors because of the popular Chateau de Blois that is situated in the town, but Blois is also a very popular city. While in Blois, also take a look at the rest of the historical town which has some other less famous highlights to discover.
This is certainly not the Mexican traditional restaurant, but when you leave there all year long, you wish sometimes to change. A very intimate small place is offering you a great Thai cuisine and thats exactly what we needed.
“Sawa die kha” says the hostess soon you enter ( Good evening in Thai) and she joins her hands.
This restaurant opens at 5 pm, so do not try to go for lunch. During the week-end you might have to queue a bit’
The intimate Po Thai, offers you a really beautiful selection of Thai cuisine and the wines are awesome.
If you wish to share your dishes, ask her to select for you and you will be extremely pleased.
If I am right, there are 7 tables inside and only 3 outside.
I am in love with all the Curry cuisine that you can find on the menu.
This trully is an enjoyable place to have a pleasant dinner.
You will not have sticks in a Thai restarant, Use the fork to push the food into your spoon and only the spoon should go into your mouth.