American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of southern Texas on the Rio Grande south-southwest of San Antonio. Established by Spanish settlers in 1755, it is a major port of entry and a retail, tourist, and industrial center. Population: 215,000.
- n. A city in south Texas, United States.
- n. A city in north Tamaulipas, Mexico.
- n. A town in Cantabria, Spain.
- n. a city in southern Texas on the Rio Grande
“The best hotel in Laredo is probably La Posada but it´s expensive.”
“I know that where to cross in Laredo is a controversial subject but a friend of mine did exactly this a couple of months ago and said it worked fine.”
“The license office in Laredo is like doing business with A high end department store. they treat you wonderful.”
“The hotel I mentioned in Laredo is Family Garden Inn.”
“I respect Rolly I and I think He gives excellent advice but Going from San Francisco to Mexico City via Laredo is a LONG drive.”
“If you got their office, they will give you the instructions to get the meds to their location in Laredo and they handle the customs and importation to Mexico.”
“But nobody, including a customs broker in Laredo with a Mexican office, seems to know what the form is and what the fee is.”
“We normally stay overnight in Laredo on the way down, so using Mines Rd is convenient.”
“However if you are staying in Laredo and planning to get to the permit station in Nuevo Laredo around 6: 15 am, you should be on the road to Monterrey by 6: 45.”
“Whe we drive to Texas, we go to the tax office in Laredo and get a temporary tag.”
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