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  1. #50
    Didn't mean to confuse anyone, it was actually $15 a day on weekend, got there Friday 8:30 pm and left Sunday at 7 pm. The beginning of the year this place was $10 everyday, sucks but still cheaper than one day at San Ysidro. Delta parking has parking $10 a day but not sure if you need a flight reservation for TIJ airport.

    Quote Originally Posted by Artisttyp  [View Original Post]
    $10 a night on weekends is dirt cheap.

  2. #49
    Quote Originally Posted by LovesToSploog  [View Original Post]
    Parked here this weekend, I forget the name of it but you have to make a left turn to get in if you are coming from Via arepida. Paid $30 bucks from Friday night to Sunday evening like 7 pm. Holy crap was there a long line coming back to the states on car. Walking back to the states took about 10 minutes, I'd be omitting details if I mentioned out that from Otay Mesa border to Soler / LOS Altos cost me roughly $10 on Uber, still cheap. This weekend seemed slow not sure what was going on but still I lucked out I suppose.
    $10 a night on weekends is dirt cheap.

  3. #48

    Otay Mesa Parking

    Parked here this weekend, I forget the name of it but you have to make a left turn to get in if you are coming from Via areápida. Paid $30 bucks from Friday night to Sunday evening like 7 pm. Holy crap was there a long line coming back to the states on car. Walking back to the states took about 10 minutes, I'd be omitting details if I mentioned out that from Otay Mesa border to Soler / LOS Altos cost me roughly $10 on Uber, still cheap. This weekend seemed slow not sure what was going on but still I lucked out I suppose.

  4. #47
    Do you know if I can just leave this here for the weekend, planning on getting there Friday night then coming back Sunday, not for an extended time but for a weekcation, I used it for an extended stay in Mexico city but I remember I put my flight number, not sure if I can just leave it there. The other parking lots are about $15 minimum now unless there are other I am unaware of.

    Quote Originally Posted by Phordphan  [View Original Post]
    Of course you have to leave your keys. They may need to move your car. I've used them several times when going on vacation in Mexico and crossing via CBX. Never had a problem and they guys who run it are quite nice. There are better, closer, lots for day trips. This place is good for extended trips.

  5. #46

    Wait Time. CBP.

    How are wait times measured

    Land border wait time estimates are determined using either a manual, line-of-sight methodology via predetermined benchmarks or an automated system.

    Error in CBP wait time by factors!

    https://bwt.cbp.gov/Border Crossing.

  6. #45
    Quote Originally Posted by Fmojo  [View Original Post]
    Just an FYI, this lot requires non refundable reservations (for the $10 rate), you have to take a shuttle and you have to leave your keys. No thanks.
    Of course you have to leave your keys. They may need to move your car. I've used them several times when going on vacation in Mexico and crossing via CBX. Never had a problem and they guys who run it are quite nice. There are better, closer, lots for day trips. This place is good for extended trips.

  7. #44
    Quote Originally Posted by LovesToSploog  [View Original Post]
    https://otaymesaparking.com here's one if you need long term parking, 10 bucks even on weekends and holidays. They have a shuttle so you can use that as well.
    Just an FYI, this lot requires non refundable reservations (for the $10 rate), you have to take a shuttle and you have to leave your keys. No thanks.

  8. #43
    https://otaymesaparking.com here's one if you need long term parking, 10 bucks even on weekends and holidays. They have a shuttle so you can use that as well.

    Quote Originally Posted by Smalldan  [View Original Post]
    Does anybody knows a good parking space to park my car on US side to cross to Otay Mesa?

  9. #42
    Quote Originally Posted by Smalldan  [View Original Post]
    Does anybody knows a good parking space to park my car on US side to cross to Otay Mesa?
    There is a very safe lot on Roll Drive right across the street (and a little south) from the IHOP. $10 a day during the week and $15 over the weekend. If they're full, there is a gas station next to the McDonalds and they have secure parking for $15 a day. Both of these spots are very close to the crossing. Good luck!

  10. #41

    Self Parkin

    Does anybody knows a good parking space to park my car on US side to cross to Otay Mesa?

  11. #40
    I had no luggage other than my first name which is a common English name the rest as some would say is all Chinese. I'm clean as whistle. No arrests no tickets of any kind for the past twenty years. Unless a name akin to a Micheal Xie Wang rings alarms at the border.

  12. #39
    Re. SBeach25.

    I know of a sentry card holder who got theirs yanked. According to him it was due to coincides with a bad name was what was disclosed to him. I myself have been pulled over to secondary 3 times of all the times I have crossed. 1st one was I guess was during the tequila fest and answered a few questions but lasted no longer than 5 minutes. Second one was during I was drunk and not too long after the first. 3rd time was when I just registered a new car for sentry pass and I guess they needed to check it out. But other than that, breeze.

  13. #38

    Coincidence or associated.

    I know of a sentry card holder who got theirs yanked. According to him it was due to coincides with a bad name was what was disclosed to him. I myself have been pulled over to secondary 3 times of all the times I have crossed. 1st one was I guess was during the tequila fest and answered a few questions but lasted no longer than 5 minutes. Second one was during I was drunk and not too long after the first. 3rd time was when I just registered a new car for sentry pass and I guess they needed to check it out. But other than that, breeze.

  14. #37

    F O I request for CBP's interrogation notes

    Half hour of interrogation and copying of passport indicates some serious issues with CBP, most likely smuggling something across the border or [CodeWord908]. Perhaps your name coincides with some other bad dudes.

    I traveled extensively to China and Asia. Had some great times in SZ, Guangdong, Chongping, Beijing, Shanghai. Never had any delay in US Customs even without the GLOBAL ENTRY card then. One year returning from a visit to the Guangzhou Trade Show through LAX, I was pulled aside for secondary inspection. It was not a random selection. I know they targeted me due to something, may be lots of travels to sexy locations in Asia. The CBP guy was civilized, asking the normal question where I traveled, trip purposes ect. He briefly went through my luggage and let me go.

    On the counter next to mine, a sweaty Middle Eastern-looking guy had his suitcases emptied out on the counter. CPB was cutting open every little boxes and bags, emptying contents on the table. CBP probably suspected the guy was smuggling an atomic bomb for ISIS hehe. There was two 6-ft tall piles of cut up counterfeit hand bags next to CBP office to warn travelers. I had a couple designer hand bags bought for personal gifts and they let them go. Don't know how the cross-eyed and retarded CBP guys decide if the expensive-looking Gucci and Pravda bags were real or fakes hehe.

    You can make inquiries to CBP office why you were interrogated. File a Freedom of Information request to CBP headquarter in Washington DC. They have to send you all the notes taken during the interrogation.

    BTW Saturday night at about 10 PM, It took me total only 14 minutes in my car from HK Pepe's parking to cross back passed CBP booth with my GLOBAL ENTRY card in SENTRI lane. Meanwhile all other lanes including READY backed up way back to Via Rapida and the high cross over, estimating 4 to 5 hours waiting in cars. The SENTRI and GLOBAL ENTRY cards make life in Tijuana so sweet and entry into the US so quick and easy, highly recommended.

    If you apply for GLOBAL ENTRY and get declined, they have to tell you reasons for turning down your application. A recent felony conviction will always disqualify, but CBP should grant permission for people with 20 YO felonies and recent misdemeanors, perhaps with a few heartfelt letters pleading their family hardship cases with the CBP Commisioner hehe.

    Re StinkyFeet I'm more or less ABC / ABV. Was crossing the border in the morning getting to work. This was at 7:00 in the morning. Border staff. A female and a make. Youngish mid to late 20's pulls me aside for a half hour questioning. Later photo copying my passport.

    Although I live primarily in China. I need to visit California fit business. Weekends relax in Mexico and pay the cheaper price of the hotels. Save some money.

    What would border patrol have any suspicion of me?

  15. #36

    Gotten stopped by the US border

    I'm more or less ABC / ABV. Was crossing the border in the morning getting to work. This was at 7:00 in the morning. Border staff. A female and a make. Youngish mid to late 20's pulls me aside for a half hour questioning. Later photo copying my passport.

    Although I live primarily in China. I need to visit California fit business. Weekends relax  in Mexico and pay the cheaper price of the hotels. Save some money.

    What would border patrol have any suspicion of me?

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