Have you ever tried to type on a Mexican Spanish keyboard? It’s crazy. Nothing is where you expect it to be. I spent 15 minutes trying to log into my Gmail account. And I thought the French ones were difficult.
The Mexican town of Puebla, about two hours east of Mexico City, is an interesting mix of European colonial and modern, colorful Mexican. Cobblestone streets are lined with brightly painted buildings. There are numerous cathedrals throughout the city, sometimes it seems on every other corner. Apparently classic cars are popular here also. I saw several of these nicely restored old cars parked around town, usually in a place where they could be easily seen and admired.
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