What was Aztec transportation like?

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The Aztecs' mode of transportation was walking, because they did not have animals such as horses. They did have a system of roads with rest stops for travelers.
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The Aztecs had roads, but no animals or wheeled vehicles to use on them. This meant all the roads were used fo foot travell only. An additional note in reference to traveling by foot
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The Spanish Invaders had Horses which gave them an advantage over the Aztecs who relied on their feet. Also the Spanish had wheeled carts again much more of an advantage over Aztecs
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"Tlamemes". They carried them out in a wooden box attached to their back with a rope around their forehead. Also called "Mecapaleros". Canoes were also used to
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neither of them invented transportation the idea and action existed when the first object moved.
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