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It appears that you must have a valid passport to enter Mexico, see e.g. the following links: Mexican Consulate in San Francisco, http://consulmex.sre.gob.mx/sanfrancisco/index.php/visas-traveling-to-mexico Effective March 1st 2010, all US Citizens are required to present U. S. Passport or U.S. Passport Card when entering Mexico (traveling by air, ...


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The short answer is no. Travel to Mexico by land or sea without a passport is possible if you have a Passport Card , (or other Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative document) but unfortunately travel on a passport card explicitly excludes international air travel. From the WHTI site - WHTI document requirements for air travel went into effect in ...


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Found it! It turns out I took a photo of the sign I mentioned. BIENVENIDOS A STGO. MATATLAN OAX. "CAPITAL MUNDIAL DEL MEZCAL" The town is called Santiago Matatlán and styles itself "World Capital of Mezcal". It's about a forty-minute drive southeast of Oaxaca City and not so far from two major local tourist destinations: The ruins at Mitla and the rock ...


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The hotel won't mind if you check in and not use any of their services ... less food eaten equals less cost to them. But while you may not want to officially check out as that might cancel the last night you plan to use, it might be good to let the front desk know you may not be sleeping there every night, so they don't call the police when your room is ...



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