Our first stop along the way was actually in the state of Puebla, at a popular tourist destination called The Exhacienda de Chautla. Now owned and operated by the state, it was once a private hacienda consisting of a Manor House and and an English style residence hall. One time owner Eulogio Gillow introduced electricity in 1903 by building Latin America's first hydroelectric power plant on the estate. The residence hall is now a popular place for filming for film and television.
Wednesday we visited the towns of Cacaxtla and Xochitecatl, both towns being home to pyramids in the state of Tlaxcala. The first thing that caught my eye is that some people still drive a horse and cart through the town here.
At Xochitecatl, built around 800 BC, there is the Pyramid of Flowers,
Sweet dreams to you all and Buenas Noches.