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  1. #13949
    Quote Originally Posted by IdKay  [View Original Post]
    Does anybody know the best route into Tijuana from LA. I plan on flying into LA in June and would like to stay in Tijuana for a few night.
    405 south to 5 south; that will due.

  2. #13948
    Does anybody know the best route into Tijuana from LA. I plan on flying into LA in June and would like to stay in Tijuana for a few night.

  3. #13947

    FYI Mexican Visa crossing end of Blue Line Trolley (San Ysidro)

    Mexican Visa:

    Visa required into Tijuana / Mexico issued at the crossing.

    1 to 7 days no fee.

    8 to 180 days around $23.00.

    On line option, pay, print and stamp at the border.

    Return to USA / Blue Line Trolley:

    Sentri. Slight. New Temporary structure.

    Ready (Passport Card) moderate.

    General. Long line.

    Good info below.

    Quote Originally Posted by BaxterSlade  [View Original Post]
    Excellent idea not to drive in to Tijuana, especially if rent a car has regulations against leaving the country. To easy to park on the USA Side and catch a taxi to Zona Norte for $4 . Best place to park is Holiday Lodge on San Ysidro Blvd. Next to Burger King for $5. 99 for 24 hours. Only problem is lot fills up quick on weekends. Also keep in mind you now need a passport or passport card to enter Tijuana on foot from San Ysidro.

    Good chance I will be around Saturday for a day trip. And Tue. And wed. To meet up with an amigo who will be making a return trip to Tijuana.

  4. #13946
    Quote Originally Posted by StripperLove  [View Original Post]
    But My plan is to fly in to San Diego Friday morning, get a rental car, then head to the border to stay at Hotel Cascades Friday and Saturday night. Then head back to the border on Sunday to drive back to Harrah's and check in there. Is there a good place to leave a rental car at the border then catch a cab? I don't feel comfortable driving in Tijuana, especially my first trip LOL. Any advice would be appreciated. And if any gentleman will be there these days lets have a beer!
    Excellent idea not to drive in to Tijuana, especially if rent a car has regulations against leaving the country. To easy to park on the USA Side and catch a taxi to Zona Norte for $4 . Best place to park is Holiday Lodge on San Ysidro Blvd. Next to Burger King for $5. 99 for 24 hours. Only problem is lot fills up quick on weekends. Also keep in mind you now need a passport or passport card to enter Tijuana on foot from San Ysidro.

    Good chance I will be around Saturday for a day trip. And Tue. And wed. To meet up with an amigo who will be making a return trip to Tijuana.

  5. #13945

    First Trip to Zona Norte

    This has been a long time coming gentleman. I have been reading all of your amazing in site for years and this has been such a fantasy of mine. I appreciate the wealth of knowledge. I will continue to study the reports but I wanted to see what you guys think of my current itinerary. I am staying at the Harrah's Southern California from Sunday August 6th- Thursday the 10th. This is a comped stay. But My plan is to fly in to San Diego Friday morning, get a rental car, then head to the border to stay at Hotel Cascades Friday and Saturday night. Then head back to the border on Sunday to drive back to Harrah's and check in there. Is there a good place to leave a rental car at the border then catch a cab? I don't feel comfortable driving in Tijuana, especially my first trip LOL. Any advice would be appreciated. And if any gentleman will be there these days lets have a beer!

  6. #13944

    Bottled Tecate

    Most Tijuana visitors would drink and brush their teeth strictly with Tecate bottles.

    It's anti-bacteria and has lots of other health benefits.

    Quote Originally Posted by WombatEd2  [View Original Post]
    Bottled water! Available at any abarrotes.

    If you don't trust Mexican bottlers, bring a large bottle. If you're driving, bring a frickin' case!

    Or if you want to make it really complicated, dig a tunnel under the border, and hook up a very long hose!

  7. #13943
    Quote Originally Posted by HorseTrader  [View Original Post]
    In Thailand every hotel that I used had an electric tea kettle. I don't remember seeing kettles in the few non-Zona Norta Mexican hotels that I have used. This boiling practice would certainly kill any bacteria. But, would it then be safe to drink? I'm also worried about chemical content of tap water.
    As I understand it, we become ill due to bacteria in the water in 3rd world countries, but not with chemicals because they don't put chemicals in their water. And people from 3rd countries who visit the US become ill due to the chemicals we have in our water (to kill bacteria).

  8. #13942

    Water Problem. Easy Solution

    Bottled water! Available at any abarrotes.

    If you don't trust Mexican bottlers, bring a large bottle. If you're driving, bring a frickin' case!

    Or if you want to make it really complicated, dig a tunnel under the border, and hook up a very long hose!

  9. #13941
    You can take a portable water purifier with you (https://www.vat19.com/item/lifestraw-water-filter). I always take a few bottles of water with me whenever I visit Tijuana.

    Quote Originally Posted by SBeach25  [View Original Post]
    I wouldn't know if you can drink it after boiling in Tijuana but I've learned to buy water filters when I travel outside (except for Tijuana) I've used similar products like this. Came in handy one while hiking in the jungles of Colombia (another story another board). But while in the city, I've always bought bottled water since its only like 50 cents per liter.

    Revive H2 O All Purpose Filter Water Bottle.

  10. #13940
    Quote Originally Posted by HorseTrader  [View Original Post]
    In Thailand every hotel that I used had an electric tea kettle. I don't remember seeing kettles in the few non-Zona Norta Mexican hotels that I have used. This boiling practice would certainly kill any bacteria. But, would it then be safe to drink? I'm also worried about chemical content of tap water.
    I wouldn't know if you can drink it after boiling in Tijuana but I've learned to buy water filters when I travel outside (except for Tijuana) I've used similar products like this. Came in handy one while hiking in the jungles of Colombia (another story another board). But while in the city, I've always bought bottled water since its only like 50 cents per liter.

    Revive H2 O All Purpose Filter Water Bottle.

  11. #13939
    Quote Originally Posted by SBeach25  [View Original Post]
    ... While in Cuba, I've learned this. Pretty interesting, the locals there boil the water and put it into empty liter plastic bottles after the water has cooled. Then place them in freezers for cold drinking when weather is really hot. I thought this was a way they make ice only but its a practice there so that they can drink it.
    In Thailand every hotel that I used had an electric tea kettle. I don't remember seeing kettles in the few non-Zona Norta Mexican hotels that I have used. This boiling practice would certainly kill any bacteria. But, would it then be safe to drink? I'm also worried about chemical content of tap water.

  12. #13938

    Maybe

    Quote Originally Posted by Phordphan  [View Original Post]
    I seriously doubt the tap water worked that quickly, in such small quantities.

    Out of habit I always brush my teeth with bottled water, but I've used tap water before with no issues.

    GF says it's not ok to drink but is ok for rinsing fruit or bruising teeth. I've done both.

    This applies to Tijuana only. Other countries will be different.
    Not sure if he wanted to admit he drank some or just rinse but did admit it and got sick from doing it in LC and maybe it more than an hour but it did get him sick. . I agree, I too rinse fruit and while I am in the hotel (depending on which) I use bottle water to brush my teeth. But if I do rinse, I make sure the water is running hot and then let my fruit dry before eating. While in Cuba, I've learned this. Pretty interesting, the locals there boil the water and put it into empty liter plastic bottles after the water has cooled. Then place them in freezers for cold drinking when weather is really hot. I thought this was a way they make ice only but its a practice there so that they can drink it. I can get into more details but that is another board. Either way, drinking water from tap directly is highly not advised.

  13. #13937
    Quote Originally Posted by LifeIsABeach  [View Original Post]
    People in USA and Western countries take far too much medications and our immune system is way down. Mexicans can drink their tap water and nothing will happen to to them. In Peru, they make a special drink from their tap water and it tastes real good. I wanted to drink it and I was laid out for days with diarrhea while Natives drink it everyday without any issues. Same in Philippines. Street food lays out in the hot weather all day long and the locals eat it without any issues and I again had diarrhea for many days. Now, I just use bottled water wherever I go as a precaution as I no longer have a All World Stomach and I cannot eat and drink whatever I like! Just caution.
    I don't know any Mexicans who drink the tap water. In fact, in DF they often refer to it as liquid poison. You're asking for trouble if you drink it.

    My only point was that, in Tijuana, it's not so contaminated that the residue from rinsing one's mouth will make you instantly sick. I've had that problem once in Bali, and got salmonella years ago from a fish taco in Ensenada. It took several hours for the symptoms to appear. I'm just saying that a tiny bit of tap water wouldn't have made him sick so quickly. I suspect something else, earlier in the day.

  14. #13936
    Quote Originally Posted by Orlanr  [View Original Post]
    Is it possible to enter Tijuana at PedWest, or do I have to enter on foot near the Trolley station?
    No, PedEast is the only entry at this time.

  15. #13935

    Different rules applies to different people

    Quote Originally Posted by Phordphan  [View Original Post]
    I seriously doubt the tap water worked that quickly, in such small quantities. Out of habit I always brush my teeth with bottled water, but I've used tap water before with no issues. GF says it's not ok to drink but is ok for rinsing fruit or bruising teeth. I've done both. This applies to Tijuana only. Other countries will be different.
    People in USA and Western countries take far too much medications and our immune system is way down. Mexicans can drink their tap water and nothing will happen to to them. In Peru, they make a special drink from their tap water and it tastes real good. I wanted to drink it and I was laid out for days with diarrhea while Natives drink it everyday without any issues. Same in Philippines. Street food lays out in the hot weather all day long and the locals eat it without any issues and I again had diarrhea for many days. Now, I just use bottled water wherever I go as a precaution as I no longer have a All World Stomach and I cannot eat and drink whatever I like! Just caution.

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