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  1. #3354
    Quote Originally Posted by CenTexCrash  [View Original Post]
    The USA authorities will not give you any hassles for walking into Texas.

    The key step you HAVE to do in this attempt is if you're not a Mexican national / holder of Mexico passport, before walking the bridge, find the Nuevo aduana / Citev building and hand return your tourist permit. Not doing this may result in getting the run around, possible fines when re-applying for a fresh 180 day Mexico permit. (You want to remain on their good side and have proof that you exited Mexico before going past the 180 day mark).

    Everything else doesn't seem to be an issue.
    To CenTexCrash:

    Thank you for your reply.

    Yes, I'm native-born California, former Army BRAT & retired Army going on 8 years. I'm currently renting a long-term Airbnb place until I save up enough money to apply for a long-term resident visa, at the same time, renew my driver's license in the near future. I'm learning and studying Spanish online via YouTube videos.

    My 6 month visa-free stay expires on Christmas Day. I plan to do this "visa run" sometime early or mid-December. I've done visa-runs in the past throughout SE Asia.

    When I said "all things considered", I did read the various posts and forums here about other's various adventures and experiences; good & bad. So, by arming myself with this knowledge and info, I can determine for myself whether or not to do a visa-run by foot, or do it safe by flight. Personally of course, I want to save money just like everyone else. However, due to the current global situation with the virus and pandemic, again "all things considered".

    Again, thank you & have a great weekend!

  2. #3353
    Quote Originally Posted by AznSexySigma  [View Original Post]
    To Anyone Reading This.

    Thanks for taking the time to read this post. I currently reside in Monterrey, Mexico. Retired military here and former Army BRAT (born, raised, and trained for those who don't know the acronym).

    Been living and traveling throughout Mexico via 6 months visa-free.

    I'm planning to do a border crossing via Nuevo Laredo to Laredo, Texas. Will spend a day or two there, then re-enter Nuevo Laredo, Mexico for another 6 months visa-free by border crossing.

    All things considered, is the border in Nuevo Laredo allowing Americans visa-free entry, or should I just take a round-trip by flight?

    Your info and advice is greatly appreciated. Looking forward to your replies. Thanks & Happy Holidays 2020!
    The USA authorities will not give you any hassles for walking into Texas.

    The key step you HAVE to do in this attempt is if you're not a Mexican national / holder of Mexico passport, before walking the bridge, find the Nuevo aduana / Citev building and hand return your tourist permit. Not doing this may result in getting the run around, possible fines when re-applying for a fresh 180 day Mexico permit. (You want to remain on their good side and have proof that you exited Mexico before going past the 180 day mark).

    Everything else doesn't seem to be an issue.

  3. #3352

    Border Crossing by Walking (Nuevo Laredo, MX to Laredo, TX and back)

    To Anyone Reading This.

    Thanks for taking the time to read this post. I currently reside in Monterrey, Mexico. Retired military here and former Army BRAT (born, raised, and trained for those who don't know the acronym).

    Been living and traveling throughout Mexico via 6 months visa-free.

    I'm planning to do a border crossing via Nuevo Laredo to Laredo, Texas. Will spend a day or two there, then re-enter Nuevo Laredo, Mexico for another 6 months visa-free by border crossing.

    All things considered, is the border in Nuevo Laredo allowing Americans visa-free entry, or should I just take a round-trip by flight?

    Your info and advice is greatly appreciated. Looking forward to your replies. Thanks & Happy Holidays 2020!

  4. #3351
    Quote Originally Posted by SlickWillie  [View Original Post]
    I'll buy you a beer in one of those restaurant / bars.
    https://i2.wp.com/practicalselfrelia...pending-load=1#038;ssl=1.
    The ones that I personally am familiar with are, Malinche, Safari, and Banderas. I have been told the Bar Peņon and, in NLBT, Los Arcos, are also open, I have not personally confirmed that. Many restaurants also serve beer, supposedly with food, but I have sat and drank without ordering food.

  5. #3350
    Quote Originally Posted by Conick2000  [View Original Post]
    Yes go to MTY. Way better than NL.
    I think any where in the world is better then Laredo at the moment. The only reason to go is to meet a girl from MTY for a night. Easier said then done, 95% will not travel to MTY, that tells you something.

  6. #3349
    Quote Originally Posted by Conick2000  [View Original Post]
    I've been going by plane but my trips have been awesome. Maybe just bad luck this time around.
    MTY rocks!

  7. #3348
    Quote Originally Posted by Ssseeking  [View Original Post]
    Should I try Monterrey then? If I don't get street hookers in MTY / NL, then I will get something moderate in san antonio or ausin or dallas or Houston to save time and just abandon my mexico dream this time? Which will be value for money? My only concern about MTY / NL is getting robbed or killed (as recently I got robbed in my hometown so little low on confidence).
    Yes go to MTY. Way better than NL.

  8. #3347
    Quote Originally Posted by Zygomatic  [View Original Post]
    I mongered in MTY a couple of weeks ago and my experiences were not good. As some of you know, I like the Spas but many had been shut down due to an increase in Covid-19 cases. Police can be seen patrolling streets where the closed Spas which are still trying to operate in secrecy are. I also had 2 really bad experiences with border patrol agents on the way back from MTY as part of of the group traveling by bus. Once, crossing back on bridge 1 and the other crossing the check point back into central Texas. The border patrol agent at bride 1 was doing some type of contact tracing even though they had not proven that any of us where actually sick with Covid-19. Plus, I was really mistreated at both checkpoints to say the least. I believe that border patrol reads this forum too. I heard on the news yesterday that Nuevo Laredo is once again close to non essential travel.
    I've been going by plane but my trips have been awesome. Maybe just bad luck this time around.

  9. #3346

    Should I try monterrey

    Quote Originally Posted by Bbond  [View Original Post]
    Not any more it's not. You will be extremely saddened by the state of it these days. A total waste of time to go there.
    Should I try Monterrey then? If I don't get street hookers in MTY / NL, then I will get something moderate in san antonio or ausin or dallas or Houston to save time and just abandon my mexico dream this time? Which will be value for money? My only concern about MTY / NL is getting robbed or killed (as recently I got robbed in my hometown so little low on confidence).

  10. #3345
    Quote Originally Posted by Bbond  [View Original Post]
    To expand on that reply. Yes, some bars are, or will be, opening, the ones that have a bar / restaurant permit. Which is in reality like 5 bars.
    I'll buy you a beer in one of those restaurant / bars.

    https://i2.wp.com/practicalselfrelia...pending-load=1#038;ssl=1.

  11. #3344
    Quote Originally Posted by Zygomatic  [View Original Post]
    I mongered in MTY a couple of weeks ago and my experiences were not good. As some of you know, I like the Spas but many had been shut down due to an increase in Covid-19 cases. Police can be seen patrolling streets where the closed Spas which are still trying to operate in secrecy are. I also had 2 really bad experiences with border patrol agents on the way back from MTY as part of of the group traveling by bus. Once, crossing back on bridge 1 and the other crossing the check point back into central Texas. The border patrol agent at bride 1 was doing some type of contact tracing even though they had not proven that any of us where actually sick with Covid-19. Plus, I was really mistreated at both checkpoints to say the least. I believe that border patrol reads this forum too. I heard on the news yesterday that Nuevo Laredo is once again close to non essential travel.
    You have to take the good with bad. My trips have been awesome, I few bad things happen, but I keep moving forward and learn from your mistakes.

  12. #3343
    Quote Originally Posted by Bbond  [View Original Post]
    You heard wrong. Very wrong.
    To expand on that reply. Yes, some bars are, or will be, opening, the ones that have a bar / restaurant permit. Which is in reality like 5 bars.

  13. #3342
    Quote Originally Posted by DramaFree11  [View Original Post]
    Yes, agree. Laredo is not a place to be hanging out by yourself, parts are just not safe. Go to MTY. San Antonio is much cheaper then Austin for SA, but then you have to add in the expense of hotel. I have had issue in Laredo, so have others.

    The bus is only $$12-20 to MTY.
    I mongered in MTY a couple of weeks ago and my experiences were not good. As some of you know, I like the Spas but many had been shut down due to an increase in Covid-19 cases. Police can be seen patrolling streets where the closed Spas which are still trying to operate in secrecy are. I also had 2 really bad experiences with border patrol agents on the way back from MTY as part of of the group traveling by bus. Once, crossing back on bridge 1 and the other crossing the check point back into central Texas. The border patrol agent at bride 1 was doing some type of contact tracing even though they had not proven that any of us where actually sick with Covid-19. Plus, I was really mistreated at both checkpoints to say the least. I believe that border patrol reads this forum too. I heard on the news yesterday that Nuevo Laredo is once again close to non essential travel.

  14. #3341
    Quote Originally Posted by Ssseeking  [View Original Post]
    But Austin there is a no red light area right? I am mostly in for the red light environment in boys Town. To me personally nothing beats better than a shopping mall like environment.
    Not any more it's not. You will be extremely saddened by the state of it these days. A total waste of time to go there.

  15. #3340
    Quote Originally Posted by Beavis  [View Original Post]
    It used to be a lot of fun and you might have a great time but don't expect it to be overwhelming. In all reality there will probably be better options even though a little more expensive in Austin.
    But Austin there is a no red light area right? I am mostly in for the red light environment in boys Town. To me personally nothing beats better than a shopping mall like environment.

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