City Express Toluca
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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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 ...
We awoke in the far-too-early morning because we were just soooooo cold. Again, at least we had a kitchen so we could make coffee and warm ourselves a bit. We need to get out of here is all we could think.
Then the magic happened... the sun came out and the sky turned a beautiful blue and, while sitting outside, warming ourselves, surrounded by the most humungous, most magnificent cacti I have ever seen, we saw the mind-blowing views of the Urique Canyon, WOW!!!
... class about the exam, they totally ignore me, sometimes I think they think I am a joke. But what ever.
Its there grade. Ugh, I am exhausted for running around for two hours and then I ahve to grade and put my grades in first and so many things they donīt tell me. Oh well. Well, I have to go. I must sleep before anything else. Even grade.
... in spanish. The prinicipal backs me up and says that this excuse is not valid since this is a bilingual, almost trilingual school.
Monday was hard. I did not know what to do and I needed a new plan because when this one gets out of hand...the whole class kind of follows. So I needed to figure out what to do. I got some ideas. I am going to change seats again and I got the pychologist to tell me ...
... 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 ...