Courtyard Toluca Airport

Address: Blvd. Miguel Aleman 177, Toluca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 50200, Mexico | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Blvd. Miguel Aleman 177, Toluca, is near Club Britania.
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      Travel Blogs from Toluca

      Why Toluca??!!

      A travel blog entry by hubballl on Jul 21, 2013

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      ... luckily a McDonalds!!

      We arrived on a Sunday, and im not sure if the 21st July was a special day, or every sunday is the same, but there was a real carnival atmosphere. There were scary looking clowns doing skits for everyone and kids with balloons and eating candy floss. It was very interesting to see. We walked and walked and went into the botanic gardens, a bargin at $10 pasos each (50p!!) There were lots of different flowers ...

      The End of the Road at the Bottom of Copper Canyon

      A travel blog entry by jmabro on Dec 23, 2011

      43 photos

      ... Now what do we do??? :-)

      A little while later Keith came to chat with us, what a lovely man. He chatted, showed us around his veggie garden where we were free to help ourselves to everything, told Annie where the sleeping bags were that we could use for extra warmth, and just generally made us feel completely welcome.

      Now what do we do??? :-)

      We stayed...for another night...and another… and could have carried on staying for many more with little difficulty, ...

      I can ride a bus

      A travel blog entry by karynina on Sep 24, 2011

      Now, technically I know that sounds silly, but there are many modes of transportation here and some require more communication than others. Especially the minibuses.

      They are basically vans that go a certain route over and over and over again. They are crowded and for a fare under 5 km it is only 3 pesos and to you americans, this is incredibly cheap transportation...Who needs a car.

      So normally on Thursdays in this month of September Jen has gotten me ...

      Monday blues

      A travel blog entry by karynina on Aug 22, 2011

      ... br>
      Jen took me home and tried her best to cheer me up. I know a lot of me is upset dad is in the hospital still, mom is getting no sleep, and all sorts of weird things happen that you think are taken care of. I am exhausted but Jen is telling me its okay and we all go through it. Espeically far from home. I find comparisions between the kiddos in mexico and the states. And there are pluses and ...

      Semana Santa in Cuajimalpa

      A travel blog entry by amandathorsen on May 02, 2011

      49 photos

      ... that is put in a cup that is lined with chile and spices. Then on top of the mango slushy, you pour this sauce called chamoy and some other spices. Let me tell you that while this is a hit in mexico, I am not a fan. Chamoy is not something I enjoy, and combining this sweet/sour sauce with the sweet mango flavor is not my cup of tea. But let me tell you, the Mexican's dig it. So Wednesday was set up day and thats about all.

      Thursday was ...