City Express Toluca

Address: Blvd. Aeropuerto Miguel Aleman 55B esq. Paseo Tollocan, Toluca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 52100, Mexico | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Blvd. Aeropuerto Miguel Aleman 55B esq. Paseo Tollocan, Toluca, is near Zoologico Zacango and Museo Arqueológico Cuicuilco.
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    Travel Blogs from Toluca

    Why Toluca??!!

    A travel blog entry by hubballl on Jul 21, 2013

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    ... spoke any english. When checking into the hotel, we spoke no english, and the receptionist no english!! The form she gave me to fill out had no recognisable words on it and panic set in. I scribbled a few details and hoped for the best. She seemed satisfied and we were in!

    Our hotel was near the center of the town, so naturally we had a little explore and quickly realised that there was not much to this little village, but it had ...

    Hangover day

    A travel blog entry by tiffmass on Feb 17, 2013

    Today we all slept in till ant 11. We then got up and went out to breakfast/lunch at a restaurant in a beautiful part of Mexican city. We then got the chance to walk through the markets which were awesome. Jess and Occy got these really cool painted skulls and we all got these mini bar ornaments that had small bottles of mescal and tequila stuck to them, they were awesome. We then met up with Dani and went back to Pattis house and ordered pizzas. Great day. Miss everyone Over and out ...

    The End of the Road at the Bottom of Copper Canyon

    A travel blog entry by jmabro on Dec 23, 2011

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    ... by over the chair next to our lovely hot wood-stove fire and we had clean and dry clothes :-)

    We had not planned where we would be for Chanukah and Christmas and I cannot think of a more incredible place to have ended up!

    We were chatting on one of the days about the fact that we are now (sadly) closer to the end of our journey than we are to any other point (start, middle, etc.). We agreed that we have found the most incredible place to begin the end of our journey ...

    Teachers are liars.

    A travel blog entry by karynina on Aug 25, 2011

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    ... show sat near us and I got blinded by all the flashes that encompassed sitting near these 15 min celebreties. I enjoyed myself. It was reminding me of swing dancing in Austin with the live music but the classes were gigantic and they had all levels. Beginning, interemediate and advanced. And so for a few hours I felt at home at a place that was like home for me even thoguh the music was different.

    I got home late but it was good. I enjoyed myself.

    Semana Santa in Cuajimalpa

    A travel blog entry by amandathorsen on May 02, 2011

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    ... Wednesday I arrived, and I helped my friends Alejandro, Cris and Francisco organize the materials they needed for their "puesto." This is basically a little stand that they set up in the street to sell things. This is huge in Cuajimalpa. The streets are packed with little stands selling food, pots, games, jewelry, whatever you can think of. This year, we sold a frozen drink called a chamoyada. Basically, its a slushy (we had either mango or ...