Holiday Inn Express Toluca
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Inn Express Toluca
Travel Blogs from Toluca
... but it turned out ok.....Nothing a hat cant fix!!
Why Toluca??? Well in reality, when booking the flights many,many months ago in our London flat, with no idea about Mexico, or our plans for Central America, it was a cheap place to start!! And if im honest, it was a baptism of fire, learning a bit of spanish quickly or starving!! There is not much to see or do, but as a place to start, it wasnt a bad one. Next stop......Mexico City
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!!!
So I walked to Bosques de Pabillon, which was the Pista Bosques, which is an ice skating rink in the middle of the mall and on the other side is a huge grocery store. Anywho, I decided that I was tired because I walked a lot.
So I waited for the bus. I wanted to see which ones were coming by that I have seen by myself in my neighborhood, adn after patiently waiting and analyzing, I figured out which one. Only question was how close to my house. So ...
... said write a paragraph, minimum 3 sentences, and they gave me one sentence 3 lines. And they tried to negotiate the fact that they have completed the assignment. I had to remind them that this is not the language of run on sentences, even though I may be guilty of it as well. But I was laughing that they all put this. It just baffled me that it was continual and in every class. Some people got it right away but at least half the class had to ...
... a few for awhile, got some pictures, and hopefully earned myself an indulgence for later. As well, at night there was a reenactment of the sermon on the mount, and I caught my first glimpse of Mexican Jesus!
Friday was a big day. Still moderately chipper and alert at the puesto, but the big excitement was that today, Jesus and about 2 million other people were going to reenact the crucifixion. Alejandro and I ran ahead of the crowd to ...