We are on the Estrella Roja airporter bus on our way to Benito Juarez Airport in Mexico City. It is very luxe with free wifi, a choice of beverages and snacks and an espresso machine to load us up in the airport before departure. On my left are the two snow-capped volcanoes. El Popo has a faint whoso of smoke coming out of his cone. These are both active. Quite a view. The cost of the two hour trip is 194 pesos which is about $16 USD. The important tip is to buy your ticket at TAPU bus station when you arrive in Puebla from Oaxaca and if you are staying downtown you want to leave from the 4 Poniente terminal which was about 7 minutes from our historic center hotel.
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