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Puebla Stack

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THE PUEBLA STACK

Inspired by Cartesiano Boutique & Wellness Hotel

Cartesiano Boutique and Wellness Hotel in Puebla, Mexico

WHAT'S IN OUR SUITCASE

Essentials for This Week's Escape

Linen Caftan | Agua by Agua Bendita’s Zircon Bistuteria Caftan is handcrafted from lightweight linen fabric and finished with the most elegant floral print.

Raffia Sandals | Designed in Los Angeles and crafted with intricate detailing, Vince’s Margo Woven Raffia Sandals are infused with ease and understated refinement.

Sunscreen | Our go-to face sunscreen by Hampton Sun...nothing ruins a good vacation more than a bad sunburn!

What to Pack for Puebla, Mexico | BuDhaGirl

WHERE TO EAT

It’s all about authentic ingredients...

Mochomos Puebla Restaurant in Puebla, Mexico | BuDhaGirl

MOCHOMOS PUEBLA

A restaurant based on the creativity and tastes of signature Sonoran cuisine, mixing the best flavors, colors, and textures to offer you an extensive menu.

Mural de Los Poblanos Restaurant in Puebla, Mexico | BuDhaGirl

MURAL DE LOS POBLANOS

Sharing with you the best of Puebla cuisine with recipes that are traditional, many of which were handed down by families who have settled in Puebla for several generations.

El Parrillaje Restaurant in Puebla, Mexico | BuDhaGirl

EL PARRILLAJE

The best barbeque house in Puebla, El Parrillaje is a concept of roasted meats, fish, and seafood of the highest quality.

Sonora Prime Restaurant in Puebla, Mexico | BuDhaGirl

SONORA PRIME

An avant-garde Mexican Steakhouse meant to elevate your senses with a variety of dishes and mixology.

SPA & WELLNESS

A Journey of Relaxation and Peace

CARTESIANO SPA

Named for the art and science of Cartesian map making, Cartesiano Spa merges science and nature together. It honors the name Cartesiano, from Rene Descartes, the French philosopher, scientist, and mathematician who coined the phrase, “I think, therefore, I am,”... The spa offers a true mind-body, high-tech, high-touch approach.

Cartesiano Spa at Cartesiano Boutique and Wellness Hotel in Puebla, Mexico | BuDhaGirl

Featured Experience: The Power of Vibration
Facilitates the release of fear, pain, loneliness, and depression; Helps to eliminate negative emotions. Prevents stress states, regulates emotions, and balances the brain hemispheres through deep states of relaxation.

MORE THINGS TO DO

Explore Puebla, Mexico

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Cinco de Mayo Parade | If you’re in Puebla City in early May, then attending the Cinco de Mayo parade is a no-brainer. Cinco de Mayo is an annual celebration held on May 5 to commemorate the Battle of Puebla. Led by General Ignacio Zaragoza, a vastly outnumbered Mexican army successfully defended the city in 1862 against a larger and better-equipped French army. Cinco de Mayo in Puebla is celebrated with a morning parade along Blvd Heroes del 5 de Mayo and a month-long fair at Zona Historica de los Fuertes.

Catedral de Puebla (Puebla Cathedral) | Located on the south side of the zocalo, opposite city hall, Catedral de Puebla is a massive colonial-era church featuring two towers housing a total of ten bells, the largest weighing in at over 8 tons. The Cathedral is visible from miles away and is easily the focal point of the Historic Center. In some Catholic countries, there’s a belief that entering a new church for the first time entitles you to three wishes. Don’t forget to make them when you visit Puebla Cathedral.

Capilla del Rosario and Templo de Santo Domingo | Also known as “The Golden House”, Capilla del Rosario is covered in 24k gold stucco and features countless details in Talavera and onyx. It also features six large oil paintings by artist José Rodríguez Carnero depicting key moments in the life of the Virgin Mary. To say that the Rosary Chapel is breathtaking would be an understatement.

Callejón de los Sapos | Callejón de los Sapos literally means “alley of the frogs” and refers to Calle 6 Sur, a picturesque two-block alleyway with colorful houses and interesting antique shops. It’s one of the most visually appealing streets in Puebla City and a great place to peruse antiques and take photos for your Instagram feed.

Biblioteca Palafoxiana | If you have a fondness for books and libraries, then you’ll definitely want to visit Biblioteca Palafoxiana. Established in 1646 by the former Bishop of Puebla Juan de Palafox y Mendoza, it’s recognized by UNESCO as the oldest public library in the Americas.

Parque Ecologico and ArboTerra | Located about a 30-35 minute walk east of the city center, it’s a 58-hectare city park with a lagoon, botanical garden, cycling trails, playgrounds, and sporting facilities. It’s also home to one of the best hidden places to visit in Puebla – ArboTerra. ArboTerra is a domed attraction and aviary featuring different species of birds and reptiles. Surrounded by a small lake, at the center of the aviary is this large treehouse with several themed rooms you can explore.

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Viviana

Super cute!

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L.H.

Love this set and can’t wait to wear them at Christmas time!!

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Esmeralda

Love it!

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NI Gomez
Puebla Stack

Love this stack the color combination is great, plus I think will also be great for Christmas Holidays!