Memorial Day in Mexico. The United States federal holiday observed on the last Monday of May. In the United States veterans will treat themselves to a cross-border trip down south this weekend to blow off steam, and enjoy the freedom that comes from their sacrifice.
Many people observe this holiday by visiting cemeteries and memorials. Another tradition is to fly the flag of the United States at half-staff from dawn until noon local time. Similarly, volunteers often place American flags on each gravesite at National Cemeteries. Many Americans also use Memorial Day to honor other people who have died.
Coincidentally, some Americans view Memorial Day in Mexico as the unofficial beginning of summer. As such, cars across the county are being tuned up and topped off. Driving down into Mexico for any holiday is a great adventure where memories are made. We can help you to ensure those are good memories by making sure you get your mexican insurance before you cross the border at mexinsurance.com. Too many of our brothers and sisters simply forget to buy before they cross into Mexico for Memorial Day in Mexico. Please click here to get your insurance today.
Driving times and mileage
to San Felipe:
San Diego: 5:15-230 miles
Los Angeles: 6:45-377 miles
Las Vegas: 8:00-430 miles
Phoenix: 7:30-358 miles
Mexicali: 2:00-120 miles
Tijuana: 4:00-210 miles
As shown in the table above San Felipe isn’t far from San Diego and Rocky Point is big for Arizona Veterans. In Conclusion, please remember our vets, our “fallen” (those who served to protect our freedoms) daily! – Marcy