Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Toluca Zona Aeropuerto
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... hail in the summer. Freezing temperatures are common during winter. Toluca's climate is the coolest of any large Mexican city due to its altitude (2,680 metres (8,793 ft) above sea level). Winter nights are cold and the temperature can drop well below 0 °C (32 °F). Even during the summer it can cool down ...
... who, along with Micah as her guide, walked down from the top in just one day, it is usually a two-day event. Then a three hour walk the next day followed by an all day trek starting the morning after our dinner. Judy turned 60 this year!
- Micah lives between the USA and Copper Canyon. He has been living, walking and running in the area for years and does his best to help the Tarahumara Indians to be able to continue living as they always have and would like to continue doing. He ...
Didnīt do very much today, but I will tell you that I am incredibly cold and it has been raining non stop. Apparently it is effect from hurricanes but we get hail and rain and then little floods and they go away and drain other places. I slept most of today away because we had an exciting night last night making new friends. So I will say this though. When I walk in my neighborhood I ...
... I could not believe he wanted that much quiteness. And so then, when I was telling them in the restaurant the waiter comes up and says do you need me. We had to explain that no, we donīt we would never call him like that because we think it is rude, we were just telling a story. The cultural part? Well, apparently in Mexico to get a waiterīs attention, you shh him or her. Everyone at school told me that they donīt do that because ...
... will lead us to the refuge. We keep following the road/powerline to a set of communication antennas, then to a group of small buildlings, where you can get lodging, drinks and snacks. There were only 3 cars on the parking lot which is the highest point you are allowed to drive to.
From there, it is another 1km to the crater rim which lies above 4000m. It took us about 3.5 hours of easy walking ...