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Old 09-17-16, 02:39 PM
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Any Mexico City Rotary Owners?

I am going to visit Mexico City next week for 5 days.

Are their any rotary groups or people to hang out with for a while?

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You would not want to drive a RX-7 in the Mexico City area.
The roads would tear up your suspension, and the laws about driving are really just a suggestion. Same applies to pedestrians.

BUT; the food was great, the Teotihuacan pyramids were awl inspiring, Frida's house and courtyard where relaxing and interesting, and the museums a learning experience.

The 7200+ ft sea level tends to slow one down a little.
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Originally Posted by cewrx7r1 View Post
You would not want to drive a RX-7 in the Mexico City area. The roads would tear up your suspension,
Ain't that the truth.... People from Guadalajara (which also very congested) can't stand to drive in the capital... Too congested and rough on the car, actually all of mx is rough on the car.

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and the laws about driving are really just a suggestion. Same applies to pedestrians.
Actually I am a very seasoned driver in Mexico & there are laws, you just have to understand them. For instance, pedestrians DO NOT have the right of way in shape way or form so they have to wait for traffic to clear up or dodge your car. You do not stop for pedestrians as it can cause the guy behind you to rear end you in the process. Shoot once I've even made a cop run as he was crossing the street otherwise I would have ran his *** over... Lol he laughed and so did his cop buddies who were waiting for him. No respect man...

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BUT; the food was great, the Teotihuacan pyramids were awl inspiring, Frida's house and courtyard where relaxing and interesting, and the museums a learning experience.

The 7200+ ft sea level tends to slow one down a little.
Sounds like you had fun. I've been wanting to take the wife to the capital for a while now...
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