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Terminus Mexico City, Mexico
This terminus point is at the crossroad of two important avenues in Mexico City: Viaducto going east to west and Calzada de Tlalpan North to South. continuing north one arrives to Mexico City historical downtown where many of the most important buildings can be visited, in the zocalo, the Cathedral, the Government palace, the Templo Mayor, (ruins of the Azteca city) among museums and other cultural sites and hundreds of restaurants and many hotels.
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Gas Station direction North
Gas Station direction North Calzada de Tlalpan, Mexico city Mexico.
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Calzada de Tlalpan, Mexico City, Mexico
Calzada de Tlalpan, Mexico City, Mexico one of the main avenues in Mexico City, is very functional but not pretty, There are many low rate hotels and motels along this Avenue
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5.2
Avenue Intersection Rio Churubusco and Tlalpan Ave
Avenue Intersection Rio Churubusco and Tlalpan Ave, Mexico city, Mexico.
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5.3
National Center of Culture and Arts, Mexico City Mexico
National Center of Culture and Arts, Mexico City Mexico.
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6.9
Avenue Intersection Taxquena Avenue and Tlalpan Avenue
Avenue Intersection Taxquena Avenue over the bridge and Tlalpan Avenue, Mexico city, Mexico.
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11.4
Football Azteca Stadium
Football Soccer Azteca Stadium the home for the Mexico city's football team the American Eagles. Mexico City Mexico
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12.8
Difficult Avenue Intersection, Tlalpan Avenue, Mexico City Mexico
To Exit to Cuernavaca continue on Tlalpan Avenue in the middle of the flow.
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13.2
Avenue Intersection Periferico and Tlalpan, Mexico City
Avenue Intersection Periferico (beltway) and Tlalpan, Mexico City, Mexico.
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15.2
Exit to Highway to cuernavaca, In Mexico City, Mexico
Exit to Highway to Cuernavaca, In Mexico City, Mexico under the bridge and then enter the highway.
11.5
18.5
Military college, Mexico City, Mexico
Military college, Mexico City, Mexico.
12.4
19.9
Mexico City driving restrictions
In Mexico city exist a program for driving restrictions known as "No Circula" (today don't drive your car) Is important to be aware of the parameters of this program and avoid breaking the law: every day is a restriction for driving depending on the termination number of the license plate On Monday, 5 and 6. Tuesday 7 and 8. Wednesday 3 and 2. On Thursday 1 and 3 and on Friday 9, 0 as well as permits. the program has expanded to the Saturday, and from 5am to 11am no foreign plates are allow to circulate every day. (exceptions are emergency cars)
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20.1
Toll booth, Mexico city, Mexico
Toll booth, Mexico city, Mexico.
17.3
27.9
San Miguel Topilejo, DF, Mexico
San Miguel Topilejo, DF, Mexico.
21.8
35.1
El Crucero, DF, Mexico
El Crucero, DF, Mexico.
27.3
43.9
State Border line, Distrito Federal and Morelos
State Border line, Distrito Federal and Morelos, Mexico.
31.3
50.3
Tres Marias, Morelos Mexico
Tres Marias, Morelos Mexico a good place to make a stop and enjoy some of Mexican cuisine with it's delicious 'quesadillas'.
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Coajomulco, Morelos Mexico
Coajomulco, Morelos Mexico.
38.2
61.5
View Point stop
View Point stop.
39.1
63.0
No brake emergency exit
No brake emergency exit.
39.1
63.0
No breack emergency exit
No breack emergency exit.
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63.4
Dangerous highway curve
Dangerous highway curve known as "la Pera" (the pear).
42.1
67.7
Exit to Tepoztlan, Morelos, Mexico
Exit to Tepoztlan, Morelos, Mexico. In this place you will find archeological sites, hiking trails and a lot of natural beauty.
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87.0
Terminus, Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico
Terminus, Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico Also known as the 'City of ethernal spring', this city has many diverse interesting places to visit like the Cortes Palace, with its 450 years of existence; the archeological site of Teopanzolco near the city center; the Borda Garden, one of the few colonial gardens still in existence; the Cathedral, declared patrimony of humanity by the UNESCO; and many more.
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Terminus, Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico
Terminus, Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico Also known as the 'City of ethernal spring', this city has many diverse interesting places to visit like the Cortes Palace, with its 450 years of existence; the archeological site of Teopanzolco near the city center; the Borda Garden, one of the few colonial gardens still in existence; the Cathedral, declared patrimony of humanity by the UNESCO; and many more.