from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of southern Arizona south of Tucson on the Mexican border adjacent to Nogales, Mexico. Both cities are ports of entry and tourist centers. Nogales, Arizona, has a population of 20,800; Nogales, Mexico, has 20,300 inhabitants.
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- n. a town in Arizona on the Mexican border opposite Nogales, Mexico
- n. a town in northern Mexico on the border of Arizona
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Then again Nogales is a straight shot down MEX 15, which we'll be driving.
Taxi in Nogales is normally 70 pesos, The Touristar from Nogales to Maz is about 700 pesos.
The trip from Maz to Nogales is too long for one day and too short for two days.
In Nogales by all means use the new Mariposa 'truck-crossing' on the west side of Nogales Az. One doesn't get any 'papers' in Nogales but instead the new Aduana is open just past Empalme, waaaaay down around Guaymas!
Driving time from Nogales is about 22 hours. clausont
I paid US $ 200.00 for my permit for 6 months in Nogales, I will get it back when I return To US and my permit will be cancel.
One doesn't get any 'papers' in Nogales but instead the new Aduana is open just past Empalme, waaaaay down around Guaymas!
Nogales is the preferred crossing for folks headed down Mexico's west coast since it is serviced by the U.S.
Watch commander Klump. (520-375-5785) of the Customs and Border Protection Agency in Nogales gave these rules for crossing into the USA with Mexican plated vehicles:
The fire fight occurred in a sparsely populated area about 12 miles (20 kilometers) from the Arizona border, near the city of Nogales, that is considered a prime corridor for immigrant and drug smuggling.
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