You do not have to go far to see Spanish influence in Puebla. A couple blocks from the hotel we stayed at during our trip to Puebla, Mexico was this beautiful yellow building. The town is full of colorful and interesting buildings. Blue, yellow, and even pink were found on a walking tour of the historic city center. Blue skies were kind of scarce on our trip, but they did come out for a short while to make a prettier back drop for this photo.
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yellow is my perfect color on buildings.. and what a perfect building that is! 😀 I wish Tourism Mexico would sponsor Me Ted! lol
They would be wise to do so. They are really pushing their gastronomy, so having you visit would be right up their ally.
Beautiful photo! The juicy yellow and the blue of the sky look amazing together. Such a pretty town Puebla is. 🙂
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I really like the weather vane at the top. I wish I would have taken a close up of that with the blue sky in the back ground.