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  1. #2441
    Quote Originally Posted by Rainman306  [View Original Post]
    I'm not staying at Ibiza hotel; was only considering for a future trip since it seemed nice enough when I took a street girl up last trip -- during the late afternoon, so maybe no music yet.
    Ibiza is definitely one of the nicer hotels in the Zona for street girls. And it's not BAD for staying overnight but as mentioned you want a top floor room to avoid the noise and walking those stairs is a pain in the ass (and legs).

    Quote Originally Posted by Rainman306  [View Original Post]
    Staying 1 night each at Hotel Jalos, Hotel Coahullia & Hotel Rizo. Probably planning to pull 1 bar girl each night from each of the attached clubs.
    I think that's a fine plan, and a good way to learn the Zona hotels better. And definitely pull girls from the attached clubs. I always hate when I have a room in once hotel but I find a girl I like in an unaffiliated bar. Pisses me off to pay for a room when I have one sitting unused in a different hotel. Remember that Hong Kong, Las Chavelas, and Tropical can all go to Rizo. Adelita and Valentina girls can go to Coahuila. Gives you more options. Please report back what you found!

  2. #2440

    Zona Hotels

    I'm not staying at Ibiza hotel; was only considering for a future trip since it seemed nice enough when I took a street girl up last trip -- during the late afternoon, so maybe no music yet.

    Staying 1 night each at Hotel Jalos, Hotel Coahullia & Hotel Rizo. Probably planning to pull 1 bar girl each night from each of the attached clubs.

  3. #2439
    Quote Originally Posted by Rainman306  [View Original Post]
    Have an upcoming trip next month and planning to stay at various hotels 1 night each associated with each of the big clubs -- Adeltas, Chicago Club & Hong Kong. Elected to stay at Hong Kong's clubs sister hotel across the street as it seems it may be safer? Read of some incidents at Hotel Cascades which maybe are just due to it being the epicenter of the Zona?

    Has anyone ever stated at Hotel Ibiza? The hotel above the La Marquerda bar. Seemed to have an attractive group of street girls last time. Would you then not have to pay the fee each time?
    Get ready for the noise. It can be an issue. Make sure your linens are clean and stay on the upper floors with distance from the street level. You still have to contend with noise from guest, staff and girls yelling loudly in the hallways.

  4. #2438
    Quote Originally Posted by Rainman306  [View Original Post]
    Have an upcoming trip next month and planning to stay at various hotels 1 night each associated with each of the big clubs -- Adeltas, Chicago Club & Hong Kong. Elected to stay at Hong Kong's clubs sister hotel across the street as it seems it may be safer? Read of some incidents at Hotel Cascades which maybe are just due to it being the epicenter of the Zona?
    Not sure when your trip is planned, but Hotel Coahuila (Adelita) has $20 rooms Mon-Wed with no VIP required. Well worth it even if you don't plan to take up an AB chick. Rooms are decent and I usually stay there if my HK VIP is expired.

    I've never stayed at Hotel Rizo de Oro (Bar Tropical), but I know many mongers who swear by it over Cascadas. But most of them prefer the BT girls over the HK girls, so it makes sense. Yes, you can take either girl to either hotel (Las Chavelas girls, too), but it can be a hassle to make a HK girl walk across the street in her robe and tacones. Some won't want to, especially on a busy weekend night.

    Hotel Jalos (Chicago Club) is not a great place to stay the night unless you plan to take up a few girls from there. Weekday rate only $25, so pays for itself if you go up more than once. Not many SGs around there, so harder to take them up. Plus they often don't have hot water. Rooms are variable -- some OK and some shitholes, with broken locks, crappy showers, and no ac / heat. Be willing to complain and move.

    Ibiza is nice for a short-term hooker hotel, but not great for staying overnight. Malquerida is a common "after hours" bar so the the music from the club is incessant even at 6 in the morning. Get a room on the top floors to avoid the noise and you'll be climbing 4-5 flights of stairs.

  5. #2437
    Quote Originally Posted by Dogers69  [View Original Post]
    Bring your own sheets. Even two twin top sheets will work.
    I hope you bring a pillowcase as well. If I were a germaphobe I'd be far more concerned about the pillow than the sheets. I sleep in a t-shirt and sweatpants, so dirty sheets aren't a big deal, but my face is right there in that pillow and you know it's been covered in fluids. Harder to wash a pillow and less likely to be thrown out either. I'm glad I'm not worried about that stuff.

  6. #2436
    Quote Originally Posted by Rainman306  [View Original Post]
    Have an upcoming trip next month and planning to stay at various hotels 1 night each associated with each of the big clubs -- Adeltas, Chicago Club & Hong Kong. Elected to stay at Hong Kong's clubs sister hotel across the street as it seems it may be safer? Read of some incidents at Hotel Cascades which maybe are just due to it being the epicenter of the Zona?

    Has anyone ever stated at Hotel Ibiza? The hotel above the La Marquerda bar. Seemed to have an attractive group of street girls last time. Would you then not have to pay the fee each time?
    Ibiza is really loud because they have live bands playing until 5 am. If safety is your concern, HK probably spends the most on security. They even track their limos by GPS just in case it gets car jacked with customers in it. There is usually 2 guys working the desk, plus a security guy over-watching the elevators. Rooms are carded rather than keyed. Front and back entrances are guarded 24 hours. For all the shit I give HK, I do give Cascadas an A+ when it comes to hotel security in the Zona.

  7. #2435
    The Tropical bar hotel is same setup as Hong Kongs hotel. Ownership group is same. I would find it more of a hassle due to having to walk a girl from anyplace to that bar. An extra 2 minutes could make her rush sex or just be seen by policia, and the military with machine guns out swing by every 15 minutes at night. It's much better to just do HK hotel unless you will bang tropical girls which I've never done. I don't find them aggressive for money like other clubs. I've been to it 30 times not one sex offer to me. Other clubs sex offered every 15 minutes. Izbiza again, no point staying in it. Despite the issues at HK most likely it's still safest due to most foreigners and security. Adelitas. Especially. Bring your own sheets. I bring sheets for any zona norte hotel. If you look at the sheets in any hotel you can't tell if it was washed or not or do they not use bleach or do normal hotels throw stained sheets out. Easier to bring your own. Even two twin top sheets will work. I'm germaphobe unless its sex at that very moment I will deal with sloppy 3 rds blow jobs.

  8. #2434

    Hotel Options -- Best Deals & Safest

    Have an upcoming trip next month and planning to stay at various hotels 1 night each associated with each of the big clubs -- Adeltas, Chicago Club & Hong Kong. Elected to stay at Hong Kong's clubs sister hotel across the street as it seems it may be safer? Read of some incidents at Hotel Cascades which maybe are just due to it being the epicenter of the Zona?

    Has anyone ever stated at Hotel Ibiza? The hotel above the La Marquerda bar. Seemed to have an attractive group of street girls last time. Would you then not have to pay the fee each time?

  9. #2433
    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    8 PM Sunday night, I was driving east on Coahuila with 2 wingmen to dinner at Mr. Pampas.

    At the Madero intersection, I stopped at the flashing red lights but a patrol car followed us and flashed their beacons. I stopped behind another flashing patrol car checking a CA car on the right.

    2 fat pigs searched my car, my wallet and all my wingmen's bags but did not find or take anything. They went though my wallet and all my cash, one note at a time, total about $1,000 plus 2,000 pesos in cash, but did not take anything. They picked out a small pouch in my wallet with broken pills, asked me what it was, I told them "Viagra. " In broken English, they accused me of not stopping at red light. Their sergeant showed up with a few other pigs in a car behind mine. Total there were 3 patrol cars flashing beacons with 6 pigs.

    I kept arguing and they kept accusing. Pigs told me they would write a ticket and showed me a link in their tel with 2,300 pesos fine. One of my wingmen was very hungry, saving his stomach for the feast at Mr. Pampas so I did not want to go to the station. I gave the sergeant a 100 peso note but he refused to take it. The 2 original pigs were smiling, telling me they got me red handed but would let me go with a propina. They said there were cameras on the sergeant 's car, so they had to turn their back to block it. I gave them 200 pesos; they balked. I added another 200 pesos; they were smiling broadly. They blocked traffic so I could pull out to the street. Damn. I was out 400 pesos. Another small cost to visit La Zona's chicas.

    Looks like policia are patrolling Coahuila aggressively with reinforcing Marinas in face-saving operations after the botched arrest of El Chapo's son Olivia Guzman Lopez. Instead of taking Coahuila back to the border, I will Consitucion or Revolucion South to Benito Juarez where we saw no policia activities.
    Hey at least you made an effort to drive in Tijuana. According to keyboard tough guys I am wimp for not letting myself get rammed by another car or being turned out and tossed without any lube by Tijuana Police.

    To make myself even more pitiful I admit to never renting a motor operated ANYTHING when traveling abroad. I am too scared to get my panties in a knot. Can you blame me?

  10. #2432
    Quote Originally Posted by Travv  [View Original Post]
    Offhand, I think a seatbelt ticket from the CHP runs around $350. Captain Solo paid 2300 pesos or a bit over $100 with no ding to his auto insurance and no traffic school. I think this example shows it is better to deal with the Mexican cops than getting a ticket from the CHP.
    I just had to pay a $530 ticket two weeks ago for a solo-occupant carpool lane ticket.

    Such a ridiculous amount.

  11. #2431

    CHP or Tijuana Policia?

    Offhand, I think a seatbelt ticket from the CHP runs around $350. Captain Solo paid 2300 pesos or a bit over $100 with no ding to his auto insurance and no traffic school. I think this example shows it is better to deal with the Mexican cops than getting a ticket from the CHP.

    Quote Originally Posted by Thunder52  [View Original Post]
    When I was yet a teen my mother and father taught me during our visits to Baja to keep a $20 in the ashtray together with how to maneuver the conversation during a stop into paying a fine on the spot. Never fails. Thanks Mom & Dad!

  12. #2430
    Quote Originally Posted by SenorTJ  [View Original Post]
    Do you mean the Mormons in Sonora?
    Yes. Sad story. Most gave up today left Mexico for good. Turns out wasn't mistaken identity as they hit up multiple cars hours apart from same group. Who knows what the reason was. But a war zone it is.

  13. #2429
    Quote Originally Posted by Dogers69  [View Original Post]
    20 bucks is nothing, it's all part of the adventure of Mexico. Hong Kong wouldn't be half as exciting if it was on the other side of the border wall. At least the police help keep other criminals away. Bunch of Americans got their vehicles shot up and survivors kidnapped in Sinaloa yesterday. Mistaken identity, the way USA army was shooting up civilian cars all day long in Iraq and Afghanistan during those wars. Mexico is in midst of a civil war right now.
    Do you mean the Mormons in Sonora?

  14. #2428
    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    8 PM Sunday night, I was driving east on Coahuila with 2 wingmen to dinner at Mr. Pampas.

    At the Madero intersection, I stopped at the flashing red lights but a patrol car followed us and flashed their beacons. I stopped behind another flashing patrol car checking a CA car on the right.

    2 fat pigs searched my car, my wallet and all my wingmen's bags but did not find or take anything. They went though my wallet and all my cash, one note at a time, total about $1,000 plus 2,000 pesos in cash, but did not take anything. They picked out a small pouch in my wallet with broken pills, asked me what it was, I told them "Viagra. " In broken English, they accused me of not stopping at red light. Their sergeant showed up with a few other pigs in a car behind mine. Total there were 3 patrol cars flashing beacons with 6 pigs.

    I kept arguing and they kept accusing. Pigs told me they would write a ticket and showed me a link in their tel with 2,300 pesos fine. One of my wingmen was very hungry, saving his stomach for the feast at Mr. Pampas so I did not want to go to the station. I gave the sergeant a 100 peso note but he refused to take it. The 2 original pigs were smiling, telling me they got me red handed but would let me go with a propina.
    When I was yet a teen my mother and father taught me during our visits to Baja to keep a $20 in the ashtray together with how to maneuver the conversation during a stop into paying a fine on the spot. Never fails. Thanks Mom & Dad!

  15. #2427
    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    8 PM Sunday night, I was driving east on Coahuila with 2 wingmen to dinner at Mr. Pampas.

    At the Madero intersection, I stopped at the flashing red lights but a patrol car followed us and flashed their beacons. I stopped behind another flashing patrol car checking a CA car on the right.

    2 fat pigs searched my car, my wallet and all my wingmen's bags but did not find or take anything. They went though my wallet and all my cash, one note at a time, total about $1,000 plus 2,000 pesos in cash, but did not take anything. They picked out a small pouch in my wallet with broken pills, asked me what it was, I told them "Viagra. " In broken English, they accused me of not stopping at red light. Their sergeant showed up with a few other pigs in a car behind mine. Total there were 3 patrol cars flashing beacons with 6 pigs.

    I kept arguing and they kept accusing. Pigs told me they would write a ticket and showed me a link in their tel with 2,300 pesos fine. One of my wingmen was very hungry, saving his stomach for the feast at Mr. Pampas so I did not want to go to the station. I gave the sergeant a 100 peso note but he refused to take it. The 2 original pigs were smiling, telling me they got me red handed but would let me go with a propina. They said there were cameras on the sergeant 's car, so they had to turn their back to block it. I gave them 200 pesos; they balked. I added another 200 pesos; they were smiling broadly. They blocked traffic so I could pull out to the street. Damn. I was out 400 pesos. Another small cost to visit La Zona's chicas.
    20 bucks is nothing, it's all part of the adventure of Mexico. Hong Kong wouldn't be half as exciting if it was on the other side of the border wall. At least the police help keep other criminals away. Bunch of Americans got their vehicles shot up and survivors kidnapped in Sinaloa yesterday. Mistaken identity, the way USA army was shooting up civilian cars all day long in Iraq and Afghanistan during those wars. Mexico is in midst of a civil war right now.

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