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On a subsequent visit I used my barbarous Spanish to put inquiries to knowledgeable locals, who introduced me to the gentleman's playground that is the Zona Norte. About the same time, one of my technical staffers recommended the Internet as a ecsort business tool. That's when I discovered the concept of a document answering frequently asked questions FAQ. It occurred to me that others could benefit from escorr TJ experience. The rest, as they say, is history. Esckrt the years since I first posted this FAQ, the amount of information available online about the Zona Norte has exploded.

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Gentlemen who are traveling on a tight budget often contact me to enquire whether they might economize by lodging in Tijuana. I generally recommend against this. Adult hardcore slut in Ttijuana Ysidro is tijuaan cheaper. Granted, that's somewhat cheaper. But the accommodations will be far less comfortable and secure. Of course, some people are unconcerned rijuana creature Mirkam and they enjoy soaking up local culture, Spanish phrasebook in hand. For them, I have wscort brief discussion of TJ hotels below. For everybody else, especially the newbies, I include the following discussion of lodging in Southern California.

Obviously, there are numerous hotels in esccort prices ranges in San Tijuaana. So if your vacation involves seeing the sights of San Diego by day and spending your excort in Tijuana, you can definitely Cum milking slut in Mirjam Diego. If TJ is your primary focus, tiujana can save time Miriam escort tijuana money by staying in Mirima of the communities south of San Diego: Alas, that property has been converted into a condominium. Which is really a shame. The suites were large, the sunsets over the warships at anchor were stupendous and the freeway access was easy.

Your faithful scribe spent many pleasant nights there and he is definitely going to miss it. There is, however, a Holiday Inn across the street. Farther south is Chula Vista. If you are not going to rent a car, this is where I recommend you stay. More specifically, I recommend you stay at one of the motels clustered around the intersection of E Street and I There is a trolley station and visitor information center there. Within easy walking distance you'll find many restaurants in all price ranges serving all manner of cuisine, plus several strip malls featuring a grocery store, liquor store, laundromat, drug store etc.

Everything you could possibly want is within a ten minute stroll. I like the Days Inn, which is just steps from the trolley station. The former is basic, but clean and it has a pool. I've not stayed at the latter, and you should be aware it has some uncomplimentary online reviews. There is also the Royal Vista Inn, which as I write is undergoing a complete renovation. As discussed more fully below, trolley service between the border and points north between midnight and 5: Is sporadic at best. This is especially true during the week.

You can check the schedule at: Asp So if you are a real night owl, you should consider renting a car or staying in San Ysidro within walking distance of the border. Speaking of San Ysidro, you won't find much in the way of luxurious lodging there. But there are several modest motels available that are clean and comfortable. The consensus favorite seems to be the Travelodge. However I have received several reports of the staff there divulging credit card numbers to criminals who then make unauthorized charges. Caveat emptor and pay with cash if you stay there. There is also a Motel 6. If you have your heart set on staying in Tijuana, you're pretty much on your own.

The Hotel Real del Rio in the upscale Zona Rio neighborhood is popular with travelers who desire first-class lodging. There are also excellent resorts further south in Baja California. Often there is no air conditioning, television or telephone. The floors are tile, the walls are bare, and the linens are to be charitable well-used. Moreover, you'll probably need to speak some Spanish to deal with the proprietors. If you are a bilingual, adventurous type of guy who is unconcerned with creature comforts, these hotels are an option. But frankly, I do not recommend them.

If you have your heart set on staying in Tijuana at a comfortable hotel without spending a fortune, the best value can be found at the La Villa de Zaragoza Hotel, which is located at Avenida Madero, between 7th and 8th Streets. Behind the jai alai emporium, which should be on most maps. In addition, the staff speaks some English. Call them at or surf over to www. If you are using the trolley, just head south on the blue line until you get to the last stop at San Ysidro. When you get off the trolley at the San Ysidro station, you'll be on the east side of the port of entry complex, which straddles a gigantic freeway carrying northbound and southbound traffic.

I know there isn't any ocean nearby, but the USA Government still calls it a "port" of entry. Then follow the directions below for entering Mexico on foot. Don't think you can avoid the problem by renting a car. And even if you surmount these obstacles, it's rather difficult to find your way around and safe parking is very scarce. In fact, secure parking in TJ will usually be so far away from where you're going that you will have to take a cab anyway. Drive down to the border, park on the USA Side, and walk across. To do that, go south on the I-5 and get off at the exit marked with a green and yellow sign reading: Go straight through the intersection and you'll see several parking lots on your right.

I recommend the last lot on the right before you reach the dead end. Park near the duty-free store. Do not leave anything visible in your car which would tempt the smash-and-grab crowd. Be aware that efforts to arrest drunk drivers are intense in and around San Ysidro. The police are well aware that many people return from Mexico after drinking then drive home from the parking lots near the border. I have received reports of traffic stops by San Diego Police officers between Moreover, the California Highway Patrol sometimes sets up a sobriety checkpoint on the entrance ramp that connects to the northbound freeway.

Obviously, you should be not be driving if you are impaired. But you can lessen the odds of getting stopped by the San Diego police by parking on the EAST side of the port of entry, in any of the lots near the San Ysidro trolley station. I recommend the one behind the Jack In The Box restaurant, which always has spaces available, and which charges reasonable rates. From those lots, the entrance ramp to the northbound freeway is just a few yards away and you will be less exposed to law enforcement. You should also be on the lookout for a sobriety checkpoint on the freeway entrance ramp that is sporadically set up by the California Highway Patrol. These checkpoints are usually well publicized.

Moreover, the ramp is visible from the parking lots or the freeway overpasses, so there is no excuse for blundering into trouble. If you see a checkpoint you may be tempted to get on the freeway using another ramp slightly farther north. I recommend against this because it's reasonable to assume the police will be looking for drivers doing just that. Do the smart thing and head for the cab stand near the trolley station. No matter what the fare, it's infinitely cheaper than getting arrested. You can return the next day by trolley to retrieve your car. From the west side parking lots, exit the lot, turn right on the sidewalk and walk to the dead end. From the east side parking lots or the trolley station, follow the crowd toward the port of entry building.

You will see ramps up to a pedestrian bridge crossing over the freeway. Go up the ramps, across the bridge and down on the west side. There you will see two big noisy turnstiles that mark the southbound pedestrian gate into Mexico. After passing through the turnstiles, you'll enter a pedestrian plaza about yards long, with various government offices on your left and a wall with a mural on your right. Although there is a small government checkpoint about halfway down, there is usually no inspection of southbound pedestrians by Mexican officials. Needless to say, however, the Mexican authorities reserve the right to search you. So don't be a bonehead. Leave your contraband at home. That includes all manner of weapons, including knives and pepper spray.

If you are not traveling beyond Tijuana or staying longer than 72 hours, you are not required to obtain a government-issued tourist card. At the southern end of the plaza, you will see two more turnstiles. Go through one of them and on the other side you will find a fleet of yellow taxis and numerous drivers, almost all of whom speak some English. Hire a cab and tell him you want to go to Adelitas ah-day-LEE-tas. But once in a while, the driver will ask for more and feed you a story about gas prices going up or something. This is especially common if the driver sizes you up as a gullible tourist.

You can generally avoid this fate by speaking Spanish even halting, high school Spanish and by sitting in the front seat of the cab, which is a local custom. It's not worth bickering over such a small amount of money. Also, be sure to carry exact change. Unlike the bars in the Zona Norte, which cheerfully accept dollars and honestly make change, Miriam escort tijuana drivers are less diligent in this respect. Finally, some cab drivers will try to talk you into going to a massage parlor which of course offers more than a massage. He's only doing it because the massage parlor pays him a kickback. So politely decline such invitations and insist on going to the Adelita Bar. Ditto if the cabbie claims the Adelita Bar is "closed.

You may be tempted to save the cab fare and walk from the pedestrian entry over the bridge into downtown TJ. The neighborhoods you must traverse are not exactly the nicest parts of TJ and there are lurking bandidos who specialize in robbing unwary pedestrians. Be safe not sorry. Ditto for your return to the border. By following this plan, you will be eschewing the main turista drag along Avenida Revolucion. When it comes to commercial sex establishments, you will not be missing a thing. It's important to note that prostitution is officially illegal throughout Tijuana.

In the Zona Norte, however, there is an government-sanctioned "zone of tolerance. Not so along Avenida Revolucion, where, in deference to the tourist trade, the official prostitution ban is enforced albeit with varying degrees of vigor. Granted, prostitution continues there. But the need to hide it from the authorities makes it a dirty, depressing outlaw scene. IMHO, most of the strip clubs and hooker bars along Avenida Revolucion are dives that specialize in stealing from gullible turistas. The facilities are seedy, the drink prices are outrageous and they frequently don't make honest change. As for the girls, most are ugly, some are she-males and lots of them are very skilled pickpockets.

Even if you're lucky enough to find a decent one to go with, you'll pay a fortune for a scarifying experience in a dingy room. So stay away from Avenida Revolucion clubs, no matter how insistent the barkers out on the street may be. Also avoid anyone who is hawking a "donkey show. If you simply must begin your evening on Avenida Revolucion, I suggest you visit one of the numerous "college girl" bars and tune up by leering at the 18 year old SoCal sweeties. Then hop a cab to the Adelita Bar. Again, walking is NOT recommended. When you get out of the cab at the Adelita Bar, you will be in the middle of the Zona Norte, so called because it's north of downtown. Some call it the "Zona Roja" or Red Zone.

As I noted above, prostitution is officially "tolerated" in this area, so everything is out in the open. You'll see numerous bars crowded into a several blocks. Most of them make an effort to look like a dance hall. There is usually a DJ or rarely, a live band a dance floor, and girls sitting around. Some of the girls do no more than dance with patrons and sit at their table in exchange for a small amount of money, or in exchange for buying them drinks on which they earn a commission called a? There is a market for that kind of service from guys usually locals who are only interested in drinking, dancing and chatting.

But most of the girls are hookers. The Zona Norte also features numerous small hotels that rent rooms by the hour. You strike a deal in the bar, then go to the hotel. Unlike the furtive commercial sex scene in most USA Cities and along Avenida Revolucion it's all very above-board, organized and convenient. The Zona Norte generates lots of dollars in an economy that sorely needs hard currency. So nobody is going to do anything to hurt the hooker trade. You might be tempted to stumble from bar to bar looking for a girl who strikes your fancy. But there are dozens of places, and as I explain below wandering around the Zona Norte can be risky.

Even if you managed to check out all the tiny bars on all the various side streets, you would almost certainly conclude the vast majority of the girls in the Zona Norte hooker bars range from ugly to just passable. See, however, my disclaimer on beauty and the eye of the beholder, below. You get what you pay for and most of the bars in the Zona Norte cater to locals who don't have much money. For the newcomer, there are only three places worth going to: You won't find Calle Coahilla on most TJ maps, but it's easy to find if you remember that it runs east and west, parallel to Calle Primera First Street but one block to the north.

There are online maps of the Zona Norte at various sites. My favorites are at www. The Hong Kong Club is located in a narrow street that runs parallel to Calle Coahilla, but half a block south. Zona Norte veterans call this street? From the Adelita Bar turn right, walk to the end of the block, turn right again, walk half a block, and turn right a third time. This will put you in the alley. Walk about three-quarters of the way down the block and you? Ll see the Hong Kong Club on your right. The Chicago Club is located roughly kitty corner from the Adelita Bar across the intersection on the east side of Avenida Constitucion, half a block north of Calle Coahilla.

Exit the Adelita Bar and turn right. Walk to the intersection and look diagonally to your left. The Chicago Club will be on the right side of the street, about feet down. Like any urban neighborhood, the Zona Norte has its safe sections and its not-so-safe sections. Even a TJ novice who speaks no Spanish will be perfectly safe and quite comfortable going back and forth between these clubs. If you are new to the Zona Norte scene or you just want to cut to the chase and find the best-looking women, I recommend you restrict your movements to these three places. The remainder of the Zona Norte is GENERALLY safe, but there is a threat from "rateros, " who are guys that sneak up behind you and then use a choke hold until you lose consciousness at which point your pockets are emptied.

The rateros usually prey on obviously drunk guys who are walking back to the border alone in the wee hours, or who stray into the seedier parts of the Zona Norte. Years ago the rateros were so blatant that the police located a substation in the Zona Norte and cracked down on them. The number of muggings declined sharply and today they are very rare. Still, you should be street smart. Whenever you get off the well-beaten path between the Adelita Bar, Chicago Club and Hong Kong Club, walk in the street and keep your head on a swivel. This will make it more difficult for rateros to surprise you from a doorway or sneak up from behind.

I cannot emphasize this strongly enough. Lastly, be smart and empty your wallet and you pockets of nonessential valuables. I carry only my car keys, currency and a drivers license. If you look like a first-timer, you may be approached by one of a number of polite, presentable English-speaking guys who hang out in the Zona Norte and try to scam visitors. These guys will feed you a story about how they have inside knowledge of where the absolutely hottest girls can be found and they will offer to take you to this mythical place. Don't fall for it. At best, they are pimping for some massage parlor or dive bar that gives them a kickback to bring in customers. At worst, they are setting you up to be robbed or shaken down by the cops.

Just keep moving and nicely decline their invitation. Prostitution is officially tolerated in the Zona Norte, so patronizing the bars or going with the girls is just fine.

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Susanna, a year-old former mortician's assistant, leads men up a narrow staircase to a tidy room above El Burro, where she points with pride to a collection of stuffed monkey dolls piled on a chair. The women knew next to nothing about politics. Most have grade-school educations. But Monica and Marta, both grandmothers, said they had a lifetime of experience in negotiating with hard-headed men. After the "paraditas" protest marches brought about a compromise, city leaders acknowledged their mistake in assuming that the women would prefer to do business indoors, an attempt to "dignify" their working conditions. Though keeping the hookers off the street remains the goal, bar owners and political leaders have come up with a new plan: There will be cushy couches, television sets, tea and coffee service.