Crowne Plaza Lancaster Toluca
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... and a special bonzai exhibition.
After that, with spanish phrase book in hand and a bit of courage, we decided to try and sample some of the delicious local street food. It was a mixture of pointing, charades and luck, but we tried a taco, one of the local dishes that I still have no idea what it was, but its soft tortillas dipped in a hot green sauce, rolled up to look like enchilladas and then covered with lettuce and cheese. And ...
... whilst I had my cup of tea. We then went back to our room to settle in front of the TV and get off to bed after another tiring day. It's hard work this tourist lark!
Sat 3rd March.
Up at 8am and after meeting a few new people over breakfast we wandered into the centre along a different side road. Once in the centre we found that the square was filled with marquees, live music playing and people dancing the Zumba. There was also a wrestling ring ...
... the course of antibiotics that they’d given me for a "stomach bug". So in San Cristobal, we tracked down an English speaking doctor and hopped in a taxi with his name and address in our hand. We were a little baffled when we pulled outside a house in a residential area, and a woman in her 60s, in an apron, greeted us along with a couple of dogs. She showed us to an “office” (consisting of a desk, typewriter and a bed) just off ...
... we make it to Miguel's around 6:15pm and Miguel arrives home 5 minutes after us...perfect timing! For dinner, we drive to Metepec and eat tacos, flautas, and a Pambazo (a local fried bread torta)...so good! We walk around the downtown for a little while and are surprised by how quiet the streets are. I guess people don't like to hang out on cold Monday nights! We go back to Miguel's place and have the quietest night's sleep in 45 days. ...
... just to see how much we know so that they could split us up into groups according to the level of Spanish we know. We are doing a survival Spanish class on thursday and thats what the groups are for.
We were allowed to go home at 6pm so we stopped by the Oxxo again because the girls wanted to buy snacks for tomorrow. Here in Mexico they dont eat lunch until around 2-2:30pm so they get ...
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