Tag Archives: Mexico

Estadios de béisbol mas grandes de America Latina (Largest baseball stadiums of Latin America)

Estadio de Béisbol Monterrey – Source: facebook.com/EstadiosDeMexico/posts/estadio-de-beisbol-monterrey-la-casa-de-los-sultanes-de-monterrey-en-la-lmb-y-lm/3118047278255427/ Estadio Nacional de Dennis Martínez, Nicaragua – Source: gomezvazquez.international/opening-of-the-dennis-martinez-stadium _________ La siguiente lista identifica aquellos estadios en América Latina que se utilizan principalmente o en su totalidad para el béisbol. Estas impresionantes instalaciones … Continue reading

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Tallest skyscrapers in North American suburbs

Skyline of San Pedro Garza García, Mexico – Source: commons.wikimedia.org The following list identifies the tallest skyscrapers found in suburban cities of North America. The list only includes completed skyscrapers and ones that were confirmed to be under construction. Proposed … Continue reading

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North American cities with toll beltways and bypasses

This list provided below identifies those toll roads/turnpikes that serve as beltways and bypass in of cities in North America. For purposes of this post, tolled bridges, causeways, and tunnels are not included unless they are part of a larger … Continue reading

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For the love of New Mexico’s historic plazas

As a Midwesterner born in Indiana and currently residing in Michigan, I have been long accustomed to the traditional courthouse (or town) squares found in communities across the region. In most cases the square is dominated by an historic county … Continue reading

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Laredo: From 275-day national capital to border boomtown

Between 1838 and 1841 there was an effort to establish a new nation along the Rio Grande composed of parts of the Northern Frontier of Mexico and disputed portions of the then Republic of Texas located south of the Nueces … Continue reading

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Ciudades de México con los edificios más altos

CIUDAD = EDIFICIOS MAS ALTOS/RASCACIELOS Ciudad de Mexico, Distrito Federal = 1,461/130 Acapulco, Guerrero = 152/6 Guadalajara, Jalisco = 94/10 Cancun, Quintana Roo = 93/0 Monterrey, Nuevo Leon = 82/14 Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco = 66/0 Naucalpan de Juarez, Mexico = … Continue reading

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Geography of Costco logistics in North America: UPDATED

  Below is a list of Costco’s distribution centers (they refer to them as depots) in North America and their square footage. Following the list is a weblink to a map created which shows how there are dispersed across the continent. Many … Continue reading

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North America’s newest intermodal railroad facilities – update #2

As a follow-up to the September 27, 2012, post on those cities with the most intermodal rail facilities in North America, here is a list of some of newest and most advanced intermodal rail facilities that have come on-line over the past … Continue reading

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Unofficial guide to hipster neighborhoods in Mexico

For Cinco de Mayo, Panethos is posting  a list some of the cool, hipster neighborhoods and communities that can be found in Mexico. Both Roma Norte and Roma Sur (usually just referred to as Roma) in the capital of Mexico … Continue reading

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Fotos de San Antonio

I love San Antonio! We spent half of a long six-day weekend in this captivating city and fell in love with its beauty, charm, history, people, cuisine, diverse cultures, architecture, arts, and many, many other countless attributes. Needless to say, … Continue reading

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