City Suites Toluca
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Microwave in room
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... into English, there are often four or five different Engkish words that I can use to say the same thing.
Example: start, begin, initiate, commence...
The good that the Mexican Drug Cartels do is often overlooked and not recognized.....
Viva La Mexico
Hasta La Viva
y Mis Amigos, Amigas, Compaņeros y Compaņeras:
Senor Mexico ...
Today we drove into Mexico City and went to a anthropology museum. It was amazing, we learnt lots about the Mayans and the Aztecs who were the first tribes in Mexico. We then went into town and visited the Opera house which had lots of beautiful paintings in it done ...
Now, technically I know that sounds silly, but there are many modes of transportation here and some require more communication than others. Especially the minibuses.
They are basically vans that go a certain route over and over and over again. They are crowded and for a fare under 5 km it is only 3 pesos and to you americans, this is incredibly cheap transportation...Who needs a car.
So normally on Thursdays in this month of September Jen has gotten me ...
Jen took me home and tried her best to cheer me up. I know a lot of me is upset dad is in the hospital still, mom is getting no sleep, and all sorts of weird things happen that you think are taken care of. I am exhausted but Jen is telling me its okay and we all go through it. Espeically far from home. I find comparisions between the kiddos in mexico and the states. And there are pluses and ...
On April 20th I headed up to Cuajimalpa for Semana Santa. Holy Week is a big deal here in Mexico. The primary schools get 2 weeks vacation, highschool and university get 1 week vacation, and almost everyone else takes at least Thursday and Friday off to Celebrate. Cuajimalpa is one of the areas of the city that holds a huge 4 day festival, and I was told that it would be "quite the cultural experience". Well, they were right.