Fiesta Inn Toluca Centro

Address: Allende Sur num. 124, Toluca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 50000, Mexico | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Allende Sur num. 124, Toluca, is near Zoologico Zacango and Museo Arqueológico Cuicuilco.
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Travel Blogs from Toluca

San Miguel - 3 day trip to Toluca, Mexico.........

A travel blog entry by burtonx2 on Apr 21, 2013

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... with oak, pine, fir, cedar, cypress, acacia and other flora, characteristic of the temperate zone of central Mexico.

This is a side of Mexico that most Canadians do not know about and are not aware of....
It is a ittle bit like Canada in this area....

I am still trying to work on my Spanish - I am starting to realize that when I ...

The End of the Road at the Bottom of Copper Canyon

A travel blog entry by jmabro on Dec 23, 2011

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... as Keith said one morning, "don't overdo things, take a break some time" :-) followed by wandering into town, continuously stopping to admire the many magnificent views with many more "WOW's", buying provisions for the next meal mixed with Keith’s fresh veggies. It may be the bottom of the canyon but we found everything to keep us happy - milk for our cereal, yoghurt, a few veggies and jalapeņos to add to Keith's freshly grown ones, and a few other bits and pieces, including ...

I can ride a bus

A travel blog entry by karynina on Sep 24, 2011

... this bus home with her and our stop to get it is SuperRama which is a grocery store and the stop to get off for us is Santa Rita, which is named after a church and you Tucsonans, you know it is a name of a mountain range so I feel sort of at home. I am not sure on how much time we save compared to walking but maybe some time and of course you donīt have to go uphill with a lot of books and stuff.

So I walk down to SuperRama, go to the pharmacy, go past ...

Monday blues

A travel blog entry by karynina on Aug 22, 2011

... each and there are many many similiarities between my last three years of teaching. The only thing that I really know I enjoy is the lack of tension between diverse students. I love the diversity of my last school but the tension was getting high. And now, that I am in a Jewish school, I donīt feel slighted because I am not a jew. I feel welcomed and every one is nice. This is great. And it feels like a family.
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Semana Santa in Cuajimalpa

A travel blog entry by amandathorsen on May 02, 2011

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... 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 ...