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#321759 - 03/27/07 09:24 AM Cycling rides to Archaeological Sites in Mexico
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I would like to share a report from the cycling ride: Mexico City - Tecaltzingo - Texmelucan (Puebla) - Mexico City, performed last Sunday, where we could appreciate the Tecaltzingo petroglyphs, and re-visit Texmelucan. This report is published at:

http://tinyurl.com/2kao48

Greetings and thank you for your attention.

Edited by erasmo (03/27/07 09:26 AM)
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#325235 - 04/10/07 10:54 PM Cycling Ride to Ocotelulco Archaeological Site [Re: erasmo]
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I would like to share a report from the cycling ride: Mexico City - Ocotelulco Archaeological Site - Tlaxcala (Tlaxcala) - Mexico City, performed last Sunday. This report is published at:

http://tinyurl.com/yrwa68

Greetings and thank you for your attention.
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#326925 - 04/18/07 12:51 AM Cycling Ride to Chiautla Ex Hacienda (Puebla, MX) [Re: erasmo]
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Hi:

I would like to share a report from the cycling ride: Mexico City - Chiautla Ex Hacienda (Puebla) - Mexico City, performed last Sunday. This report is published at:

http://tinyurl.com/yvfda6

Greetings and thank you for your attention.
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#340266 - 06/05/07 09:07 AM Cycling Ride to Tizatlan Archaeological Site (Tlax [Re: erasmo]
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Hi:

I would like to share a report from the cycling ride: Mexico City - Tizatlan Archaeological Site (Tlaxcala) - Texmelucan (Puebla), performed last Sunday.

This report is published at:

http://tinyurl.com/2p5nj8

Greetings and thank you for your attention.
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#344662 - 06/19/07 07:04 AM Cycling Ride to the Tlaxcala Regional Museum (Tlax [Re: erasmo]
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Hi:

I would like to share a report from the cycling ride: Mexico City - Tlaxcala Regional Museum (Tlaxcala) - Texmelucan (Puebla), performed last Sunday.

This report is available at:

http://tinyurl.com/2ype9n

Greetings and thank you for your attention.
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#349494 - 07/03/07 06:14 AM Cycling Ride to the Tula Archaeological Site (MX) [Re: erasmo]
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Hi:

I would like to share a report from the cycling ride: Mexico City - Tula Archaeological Site (Hidalgo) - Mexico City, performed last Sunday.

If you would like to see it, the report is available at:

http://tinyurl.com/29e8jm

Greetings and thank you for your attention.
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#351745 - 07/10/07 09:45 AM Cycling Ride to Tejupilco (Mexico) [Re: erasmo]
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Hi:

I would like to share a report from the cycling ride: Mexico City - Tejupilco (Mexico), along the route to Zihuatanejo, performed last Sunday. The photos of the landscapes and the Nevado de Toluca volcano are worth seeing them :-)

If you would like to read the report (or see the pictures), please access the following direction:

http://tinyurl.com/2mlzha

Greetings and thank you for your attention.
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#354248 - 07/17/07 07:39 PM Cycling Ride to the Mazahua Ceremonial Center (MX) [Re: erasmo]
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Hi dear Cyclists:

I would like to share a report from the cycling ride: Mexico City - Mazahua Ceremonial Center - Toluca (Mexico), performed last Sunday.

I would kindly suggest you having a look at the photos of the religious procession of San Pedro el Alto, the pictures of the Mazahua Ceremonial Center, and also the landscapes along the route.

If you would like to read the report, or just see the pictures (available under the "Photoset Show" link), please access the following direction:

http://tinyurl.com/2u3xl2

Greetings and thank you for your attention.
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#356141 - 07/24/07 10:06 AM Cycling Ride to the Tepapayeca Archaeological Site [Re: erasmo]
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Hi dear Cyclists:

I would like to share a report from the cycling ride: Mexico City - Tepapayeca Archaeological Site . Izucar de Matamoros (Puebla), made last Sunday.

I would kindly suggest you having a look at the photos of: the archaeological site, a fifteen years party in Tetela del Volcan, the Main Square of Izucar and also from the landscapes along the route.

If you would like to read the report, or just see the pictures (available under the link: "Photoset Show"), please access the following direction:

http://tinyurl.com/3a4ylj

Greetings and thank you very much for your attention.
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#357622 - 07/30/07 07:31 PM Cycling Ride to the Huamango Archaeological Site [Re: erasmo]
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Hi dear Cyclists:

I would like to share a report from the cycling ride: Mexico City - Huamango Archaeological Site - Acambay (Mexico, MX), made last Sunday.

I would kindly suggest you having a look at the photos of the Archaeological Site, profoundly located in an Otomian zone.

If you would like to read the report, or just see the pictures (available under the link: "Photoset Show"), please access the following direction:

http://tinyurl.com/2a29wf

Greetings and thank you very much for your attention.

Edited by erasmo (07/30/07 07:37 PM)
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#359429 - 08/08/07 08:19 AM Cycling Ride to Tepexi + Tecali (Puebla, Mexico) [Re: erasmo]
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Hi dear Cyclists:

I would like to share a report from the cycling ride: Mexico City - Tecali de Herrera - Tepexi de Rodriguez (Puebla, Mexico), made last Sunday.

I would kindly suggest you having a look at the photos of: a Franciscan Ex-Convent in Tecali de Herrera, the church of Tepexi de Rodriguez, a saguaros forest just before Tepexi, the churchs of the towns along the route, and the climbing to the Llano Grande summit.

If you would like to read the report, or just see the pictures (available under the link: "Photoset Show"), please access the following direction:

http://tinyurl.com/3dlbqs

Greetings and thank you very much for your attention.
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#361156 - 08/14/07 08:23 PM Cycling ride to Las Pilas Archaeological Site (MX) [Re: erasmo]
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Hi dear Cyclists:

I would like to share a report from the cycling ride: Mexico City - Las Pilas Archaeological Site (Jonacatepec) - Cuautla (Morelos, Mexico), made last Sunday.

I would kindly suggest you having a look at the photos of the archaeological site, the Augustine Ex-Convent in Jonacatepec and of the landscapes along the road.

If you would like to read the report, or just see the pictures (available under the link: "Photoset Show"), please access the following direction:

http://tinyurl.com/39sxxe

Greetings and thank you very much for your attention.
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#363238 - 08/22/07 12:57 AM Cycling Ride to Teotihuacan Archaeological Site MX [Re: erasmo]
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Hi dear Cyclists:

I would like to share a report from the cycling ride: Mexico City - Acolman Augustine Ex-Convent - Teotihuacan Archaeological Site (Mexico State) - Mexico City, made last Sunday.

I would kindly suggest you having a look at the photos of the Teotihuacan archaeological site, along with the Augustine Ex-Convent in Acolman.

If you would like to read the report, or just see the pictures (available under the link: "Photoset Show"), please access the following direction:

http://tinyurl.com/2l8lfj

Greetings and thank you very much for your attention.
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#365185 - 08/29/07 10:31 AM Cycling ride to Cholula Archaeological Site (Pue) [Re: erasmo]
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Hi dear Cyclists:

I would like to share a report from the cycling ride: Mexico City - Cholula Archaeological Site - Texmelucan (Puebla), made last Sunday.

I would kindly suggest you having a look at the photos of: the tunnels in the interior of the Great Pyramid, the buildings at the Cholula Archaeological site, and also, of the Papantla flyers.

If you would like to read the report, or just see the pictures (available under the link: "Photoset Show"), please access the following direction:

http://tinyurl.com/yojxoa

Greetings and thank you for your attention.
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#368706 - 09/11/07 12:41 AM Cycling Ride to the Olintepec Archaeological Site [Re: erasmo]
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Hi dear Cyclists:

I would like to share a report from the cycling ride: Mexico City - Nepantla (Mex) - Olintepec Archaeological Site - Cuautla (Morelos), made last Sunday.

I would kindly suggest you having a look at the photos of:

- Museum-House of poet Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz, in Nepantla
- Olintepec Archaeological Site, Morelos
- Museum-House of Gral. Emiliano Zapata, in Anenecuilco

If you would like to read the report, or just see the pictures (available under the link: "Photoset Show"), please access the following direction:

http://tinyurl.com/2ntytq

Greetings and thank you for your attention.
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#373012 - 09/25/07 12:49 PM Cycling Ride to the Yautepec Archaeological Site [Re: erasmo]
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Hi dear Cyclists:

I would like to share a report from the cycling ride: Mexico City - Yautepec Archaeological Site - Convents Route I (Morelos), made last Sunday.

I would kindly suggest you having a look at the photos of the Convents of Totolapan, Tlayacapan and Oaxtepec, without forgetting the ones taken at the Aztec Royal Palace in Yautepec.

By the way: from now on, you can observe the featured Trackmaps (dynamic maps with the GPS track and geo-referenced photos of the route), with the numbering and drawing of the highways, toponimy (name of places), and even: drawings and names of the streets of Mexico cities !

If you would like to read the report, or just see the pictures (available under the link: "Photoset Show"), please access the following direction:

http://tinyurl.com/39dhz2

Regards and thank you for your attention.
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#375930 - 10/05/07 08:44 AM Cycling ride through the Convents Route (Mor, MX) [Re: erasmo]
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Hi dear Cyclists:

I would like to share a report from the cycling ride: Convents Route II (Morelos), made last weekend. This convents series has been declared World's Cultural Heritage by the UNESCO.

I would kindly suggest you having a look at the photos of the Convents of: Atlatlahucan, Yecapixtla, Ocuituco, Tetela del Volcan, Hueyapan, Zacualpan de Amilpas and Jantetelco, along the pictures obtained at the birthday party of Jose Maria Morelos (Independence War hero) in Tetela del Volcan.

If you would like to read the report, or just see the pictures (available under the link: "Photoset Show"), please access the following direction:

http://tinyurl.com/3b7n5g

Regards and thank you for your attention.
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#376184 - 10/06/07 11:55 AM Re: Cycling ride through the Convents Route (Mor, MX) [Re: erasmo]
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Hi...
I'm going to fly to Merida on the 7 november from Poland with bike. Than I'm going From Merida to Central America Gulf of Mexico coast and Caribbean Sea. I will have wih myself GPS but I need a map the area which I explore to ( Yucatan and Quintana Roo or even Central America). Culd U help get the map? I saw U travel with GPS by bike so maybe U could help to solv my problem.
Best redgards
Paolo
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#376198 - 10/06/07 01:45 PM Re: Cycling ride through the Convents Route (Mor, [Re: Paolo]
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hi dear Paolo:

for GPS maps of Mexico, please check:

http://bicimapas.com.mx/Mapas_GPS.htm

I do myself use those maps, an they are excellent, indeed.

They even feature auto-routing :-)

I hope you have the best luck when riding through this country :-)

Regards
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#376203 - 10/06/07 02:36 PM Re: Cycling ride through the Convents Route (Mor, [Re: erasmo]
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Hi..
Thanks erasmo wink)

But what do U mind U say "best luck travel this country"..?;))

I think Mexico is a very nice country wink

Thanks,
Paolo
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#376207 - 10/06/07 03:32 PM Re: Cycling ride through the Convents Route (Mor, [Re: Paolo]
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just trying not to sound too nationalistic :-)
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#382574 - 10/29/07 10:05 AM Travel to the center of Mexico in eighty rides [Re: erasmo]
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Hi dear Cyclists:

I am glad to be able to present you a travel to the center of Mexico in eighty cycling rides.

This is accomplished in a blog where had been documented (via dynamic maps of the route, GPS tracks, altimetries, geo-referenced photographs, and travel reports) eighty different cycling rides, which along the last couple of years, have been made to several archaeological sites (and other points of interest), in the states of: Mexico, Morelos, Hidalgo, Tlaxcala, Puebla, Guerrero and Michoacan.

The above mentioned cycling blog is available at the following address:

http://erasmoperez.blogspot.com

I do sincerely hope this blog could be useful in the planning of potential future cycling rides.

Thank you very much for your attention

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#395069 - 12/11/07 11:10 AM Cycling ride to the Xochitecatl Archaeological Sit [Re: erasmo]
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Hi dear Cyclists:

I would like to share the report of the cycling ride to the Xochitecatl Archaeological Site, in the Mexican state of Tlaxcala. This time I was blessed with the opportunity to take photographs of a gigantic pilgrimage to the shrine of the Lady of Guadalupe in the Tepeyac, main religious figure of Mexico.

This report is available at the following address:

http://tinyurl.com/2n5uhx

Thank you very much for your attention.

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#402018 - 01/08/08 01:12 AM Cycling ride to the Calixtlahuaca Arch Site (Mexic [Re: erasmo]
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Hi dear Cyclist:

I would like to share a report of a cycling ride to the Calixtlahuaca Archaeological Site (Mexico).

Regards
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#404358 - 01/15/08 10:40 AM Cycling ride to the Xochicalco Arch. Site (Mexico) [Re: erasmo]
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Hi dear Cyclist:

I would like to share a report of a cycling ride to the Xochicalco Archaeological Site (Mexico).

Regards
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#411601 - 02/07/08 11:44 PM Report of a cycling ride to Tlatizapan (Morelos MX [Re: erasmo]
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Hi dear Blogger:

I would like to share with you a report of a cycling ride to Tlatizapan (Morelos, Mexico), made to know the carnival festival performed in that location. This report (with geo-referenced DSLR photos and dynamic maps) is available at the following address:

http://tinyurl.com/yq65ar

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#412881 - 02/12/08 06:46 PM Report of a cycling ride to Texmelucan (Puebla, MX [Re: erasmo]
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Hi dear Cyclist:

I would like to share with you a report of a cycling ride to Texmelucan (Puebla, Mexico). Along the route, we could observe (and photograph) the Puebla pilgrims that by foot or in bicycle came to visit the Lady of Tepeyac, north of Mexico City.

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