Mexico the easy way


This atlas really does help. Just think how much more lost I would be without it!

Driving to Mexico would be much more difficult if it weren’t for this handy dandy road atlas. Well, even with the atlas I still got lost. But eventually I got to wherever I had to go. An impossible journey without the atlas. This atlas is published in English, Spanish, and German. German? There must be a lot of German tourists in Mexico. Oh, yes, I did see a German couple at the pyramids in Teotihuacán last July. This atlas has served me well my last two trips to Mexico. This time I have a back up–my iPhone! With GPS!

So how do they survive on the road?

David Diego Rodríguez, Ph.D.
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  1. Dr. D.

    Well, it took be 25 hours to get to Laredo, Texas, from Chicago. That’s including a three-hour nap. I’ll rest tonight and enter Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, in the morning.

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  2. SJR

    How long does it take you to drive there. What route do you take and where do you usually go? The last time I drove I got lost in Juarez and that wasn’t really fun. I would love to go again though. From here I can shoot straight down I-10 and then turn south at almost any point in TX.

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