Holiday Inn Express Toluca
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The rest of the weekend was more relaxing and I spent a lot of time in the kitchen, making some muffins to test the oven before making christmas cookies. I also looked for a car but didn't really find anything yet. Next weekend is the "Dia de los Muertos" (Day of the Death), which is quite a big event in Mexico. For this I will go to Michoacan with Nadine, the German girl who was also in Veracruz. I'll keep you udated ...
... Originally only women were invited, but nowadays everyone can come. Everyone brings a gift for the future parents, the house is decorated with all baby stuff and basically it's about playing baby-related games and getting drunk. Well in the end Julia and me were the only sober poeple due to pregnancy or in my case antibiotics ;-) The games were e.g. estimating the measure of Julia's belly or getting someone dressed as a baby. It was quite funny.
Well, I ...
... C (41 °F) or less, while maximum temperatures rarely exceed 25 °C (77 °F). The climate is prone to extended dry periods particularly in the winter, when precipitation usually falls as snow in higher elevations like El Nevado de Toluca and its surrounding area. The rainy season extends from June to October. Just outside the heavily industrialized city, the municipality ...
... not far from our room but, as with everywhere here, many sets of steps up and down, no lights and more window frames with no glass. The term is "rustic" :-)
After showering and more tea, we had a great kitchen but it was too late for a fire so we went to bed. Or to camp is perhaps a better word... Our dorm is a big concrete building with camp-beds, or cots as some call them, standing low on the icy concrete floor, we were freezing! I am convinced a canvas tent would have ...
... up my Dad's present at the Artisian market in town. So I went downtown and got my last presents. It will probably be my last experience in central Mexico City. There were other festival Day of the Dead things going on all over the city. I would have to come to Mexico all over the country for many years to get a full sampling of what happens even in the different areas. Every area has their own little tradition. Even within ...