Down and Out in Mexico City (Premium)


Our trip to Mexico City on Sunday was tiring but uneventful: we stayed at a hotel near Newark Liberty Airport to avoid having to get up at a ridiculous hour and drive 90 minutes to get there two hours ahead of our 8 am flight, and that worked out well. Our flight even arrived a little early and we discovered that Mexico City finally had done away with the silly Multiple Immigration Form (“FMM”) immigration papers the country had previously required for tourists. Now, they just stamp your passport like every other country and add a notation about how long you can stay. 180 days, in our case, though we only needed two weeks.

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