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  1. #3656
    Quote Originally Posted by DramaFree11  [View Original Post]
    I love MTY, you can real find some hot girl in the price range of $125-200 for the night, I am talking top tier. The other thing I love about MTY, you just do not have the sex tourists, in other destinations.
    I must say, I am intrigued with your accolades of SA. I've mostly kept to my Twitter network and a few agencies I prefer in Monterrey. I've tried the private subscriptions services over the years, but I find unless you are quite good at Spanish and have people willing to recommend you to the quality ones, it's meh quality women. How is the time effort to value with SA in Monterrey? I've looked into it in the past for other locations in the Americas and Asia and it was rife with fake profiles and scams that it just didn't seem worth the hassle. Do you converse with these women for weeks before meeting them to weed them out? Do you filter by specific attributes that seem to correlate to quality profiles?

    I'm always interested in trying new approaches and was curious of your experiences with it if you don't mind sharing.

  2. #3655
    Quote Originally Posted by DramaFree11  [View Original Post]
    I also crossed border, no issues. One minor check point going to MTY, let the party begin. Stores and shops are slowly opening, but still many are closed. Still difficult for foreigners to rent an apartment or hotel.

    Trip is off to great start. Spent the night with a 25 year old unemployed teacher. 5'7" and very hot.
    End up spending Friday and Saturday night with this girl, what a great time. Extremely beautiful, fun and humble a great combinations. I had a couple of meetings, but one girl blew me off and I blew off a couple of others. Couple of observations, some are taking the quarantine very seriously. Most restaurants, bars, hotels and stores are not open. Hopefully today many returned to work in MTY, but I am not sure, if they extended the restrictions. They were suppose to be lifting some, but I honestly do not know.

    I love MTY, you can real find some hot girl in the price range of $125-200 for the night, I am talking top tier. The other thing I love about MTY, you just do not have the sex tourists, in other destinations.

  3. #3654
    Quote Originally Posted by Bbond  [View Original Post]
    I crossed into Nuevo Laredo yesterday, nobody bothered me.
    I also crossed border, no issues. One minor check point going to MTY, let the party begin. Stores and shops are slowly opening, but still many are closed. Still difficult for foreigners to rent an apartment or hotel.

    Trip is off to great start. Spent the night with a 25 year old unemployed teacher. 5'7" and very hot.

  4. #3653
    Quote Originally Posted by DramaFree11  [View Original Post]
    Thank you, I am planning on making a run to MTY this weekend. Be prepared there is a US Custom agent when you are going into Mexico now. He spend 30 minutes going through all my stuff.
    I crossed into Nuevo Laredo yesterday, nobody bothered me.

  5. #3652
    Quote Originally Posted by Chester11  [View Original Post]
    Well there are several open I asked and it is open like the motel casa Blanca Guadalupe, motel aqua, motel love, hotel hacienda Monterrey, motel love, motel Dali the one that is churubusco the national highway also opened more this weekend and those in the center most are open.

    But of all these I prefer the motel love.
    Thank you, I am planning on making a run to MTY this weekend. Be prepared there is a US Custom agent when you are going into Mexico now. He spend 30 minutes going through all my stuff.

  6. #3651
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  7. #3650

    Special report for colleagues.

    Quote Originally Posted by LovesToSploog  [View Original Post]
    Some of the chickas I've seen and love motels I follow on Twitter said they were open during this time. Hacienda and Washtington, personally I prefer Washtington and yes you can stay overnight since I stayed in hacienda last time I went.
    Well there are several open I asked and it is open like the motel casa Blanca Guadalupe, motel aqua, motel love, hotel hacienda Monterrey, motel love, motel Dali the one that is churubusco the national highway also opened more this weekend and those in the center most are open.

    But of all these I prefer the motel love.

  8. #3649
    Some of the chickas I've seen and love motels I follow on Twitter said they were open during this time. Hacienda and Washtington, personally I prefer Washtington and yes you can stay overnight since I stayed in hacienda last time I went.

    Quote Originally Posted by BurmaJones  [View Original Post]
    I can shed some light on this situation. I flew down from Houston on Thursday evening (12 passengers on this flight). On the flight, you are provided the normal immigration forms but now a new health questionnaire. The questions include have you been in contact with someone with the virus, do you have a fever, a cough, have breathing difficulty, or discomfort, headaches, or other acute health problems? You give it to immigration when your passport is stamped. I did choose tourism and explained I was visiting a friend without problems. Once you leave immigration, you are met by a "nurse" in face mask who takes your temperature and asks if you've been to China or Europe in the past 14 days. The next "nurse" asks your age. After that, customs declaration seems more straightforward with no pressing the green or red button but only the question "do you have anything to declare?

    Because of the late flight, I stayed at an airport hotel which provided a sheet you had to sign that said you didn't have or were in contact with the virus. No question of why I was in Mexico. The next day, I went to another hotel for a 2-day reservation that I had checked the night before to make sure it was still valid. I parked in the basement parking garage and rode the elevator up to the lobby. Once in the lobby, most lights were off and a floor fan was circulating air (it was hot as the temp was in the upper 90's over the weekend). I asked to check in early as I thought perhaps here was a power outage and was rudely told to get out. The hotel still had WiFi so I pulled up my reservation and was told it had been cancelled (without notification) and I needed to leave. I explained I didn't have roaming active on my phone and needed the WiFi to make a reservation somewhere else. The clerk claimed the police came by every 10 minutes to make sure the hotel was still closed and if I didn't leave, I would be arrested for trespassing. I got angry and said it was the hotels failure of notification that had us in this predicament and to give me 5 minutes to rebook somewhere else. Anyway, I was getting angrier and she was budging so I said so horrible things and left. There is a Starbucks in the same hotel plaza but they are closed due to the virus. I finally went a few blocks to a Carl's Jr. And stood outside to hook into their WiFi and even though several properties claim to be open and taking reservations but all hotels in Monterrey were closed. I found that some of the hotels in Apodaca by the airport were still open. For instance, Crowne Plaza, Hotel One, and Hilton Garden Inn between the terminals were closed but others were open.

    I returned to the hotel I stayed at Thursday evening at he airport with no problems the next two nights. We had to get Uber Eats to deliver if we wanted to eat and when driving through Monterrey, there would be orange cones spread across lanes of traffic with police stopping motorists to check temperatures and make sure passengers were wearing face masks. Walmart is open with one side as entrance and the other side of store for exit. When you enter, they have staff who wipe down your shopping cart with disinfectant wipes and several squirts of antibacterial in your hands. I keep seeing Hotel Washington's twitter feed saying they are open in Centro due to some extraordinary cleaning but when I rode by NIU suites, they were closed. Those were the only two hourly motels I saw or heard from. I also didn't look for any clubs which I'm sure are closed considering.

    Once I flew back (9 passengers on this flight), immigration at Houston asked where I was arriving from and what was the purpose of my visit. I explained it was to visit a friend and I was in Monterrey. They asked if I had brought and food or gifts back and that was all. A strange trip indeed and I would go again but it is eerie.

    Burma.

  9. #3648

    Weekend trip and closures

    I can shed some light on this situation. I flew down from Houston on Thursday evening (12 passengers on this flight). On the flight, you are provided the normal immigration forms but now a new health questionnaire. The questions include have you been in contact with someone with the virus, do you have a fever, a cough, have breathing difficulty, or discomfort, headaches, or other acute health problems? You give it to immigration when your passport is stamped. I did choose tourism and explained I was visiting a friend without problems. Once you leave immigration, you are met by a "nurse" in face mask who takes your temperature and asks if you've been to China or Europe in the past 14 days. The next "nurse" asks your age. After that, customs declaration seems more straightforward with no pressing the green or red button but only the question "do you have anything to declare?

    Because of the late flight, I stayed at an airport hotel which provided a sheet you had to sign that said you didn't have or were in contact with the virus. No question of why I was in Mexico. The next day, I went to another hotel for a 2-day reservation that I had checked the night before to make sure it was still valid. I parked in the basement parking garage and rode the elevator up to the lobby. Once in the lobby, most lights were off and a floor fan was circulating air (it was hot as the temp was in the upper 90's over the weekend). I asked to check in early as I thought perhaps here was a power outage and was rudely told to get out. The hotel still had WiFi so I pulled up my reservation and was told it had been cancelled (without notification) and I needed to leave. I explained I didn't have roaming active on my phone and needed the WiFi to make a reservation somewhere else. The clerk claimed the police came by every 10 minutes to make sure the hotel was still closed and if I didn't leave, I would be arrested for trespassing. I got angry and said it was the hotels failure of notification that had us in this predicament and to give me 5 minutes to rebook somewhere else. Anyway, I was getting angrier and she was budging so I said so horrible things and left. There is a Starbucks in the same hotel plaza but they are closed due to the virus. I finally went a few blocks to a Carl's Jr. And stood outside to hook into their WiFi and even though several properties claim to be open and taking reservations but all hotels in Monterrey were closed. I found that some of the hotels in Apodaca by the airport were still open. For instance, Crowne Plaza, Hotel One, and Hilton Garden Inn between the terminals were closed but others were open.

    I returned to the hotel I stayed at Thursday evening at he airport with no problems the next two nights. We had to get Uber Eats to deliver if we wanted to eat and when driving through Monterrey, there would be orange cones spread across lanes of traffic with police stopping motorists to check temperatures and make sure passengers were wearing face masks. Walmart is open with one side as entrance and the other side of store for exit. When you enter, they have staff who wipe down your shopping cart with disinfectant wipes and several squirts of antibacterial in your hands. I keep seeing Hotel Washington's twitter feed saying they are open in Centro due to some extraordinary cleaning but when I rode by NIU suites, they were closed. Those were the only two hourly motels I saw or heard from. I also didn't look for any clubs which I'm sure are closed considering.

    Once I flew back (9 passengers on this flight), immigration at Houston asked where I was arriving from and what was the purpose of my visit. I explained it was to visit a friend and I was in Monterrey. They asked if I had brought and food or gifts back and that was all. A strange trip indeed and I would go again but it is eerie.

    Burma.

  10. #3647
    Quote Originally Posted by CenTexCrash  [View Original Post]
    Sorry if you've been asked this before, but Chester is English your first language or are you relying on Google Translate? It sounds like you walked in on a CSI murder scene.

    Can't remember if it's on ISG or where I read it but for quarantine, all Mexico hotel guests must show proof they have official / essential business not leisure / tourism. And all persons in each room MUST be included in the registry. Not sure if that's still the case or if they loosened up the rules (sounds like they didn't loosen anything).
    Yes, and getting more restrictive. Border no problem, but driving and hotels big problem.

  11. #3646
    Quote Originally Posted by Chester11  [View Original Post]
    Good afternoon colleagues, yesterday you were selling me a good sex service that you were offering me BRITTANY we were about to finish when we touch the dead woman in the room.
    Sorry if you've been asked this before, but Chester is English your first language or are you relying on Google Translate? It sounds like you walked in on a CSI murder scene.

    Can't remember if it's on ISG or where I read it but for quarantine, all Mexico hotel guests must show proof they have official / essential business not leisure / tourism. And all persons in each room MUST be included in the registry. Not sure if that's still the case or if they loosened up the rules (sounds like they didn't loosen anything).

  12. #3645

    Unexpected event they took us out of the place

    Good afternoon colleagues, yesterday you were selling me a good sex service that you were offering me BRITTANY we were about to finish when we touch the dead woman in the room.

    I ask who he was and they answer me "Sir, in the most attentive manner, we ask you to move out of the room as soon as possible and that the place will be closed due to contingencies."

    OK it's OK just get dressed and go out was what I answered them was so strange but it seems to me that it's OK what they're doing to stop with this virus but there we walk as if nothing but I better stay home.

  13. #3644
    The steak in Monterrey is one of the best in Mexico, the Texan influence reaches down to the city as a result. I found that escorts on average charge around 1000-1500 per hour. Definitely one of my top 3's for fuckin in this country since there are a large number of independent escorts plus the many casa de citas / massage parlors spread throughout the city. I wouldn't say it's too expensive since there are ways to lower cost but it takes planning.

    Quote Originally Posted by DramaFree11  [View Original Post]
    Many Hot Chicks in MTY, but it will be way more expensive, then 500-800 pesos. MTY is awesome for some of the reasons I listed in my previous reports, but you need to be realistic with your budget. $100-175, for couple of hours, you can have super hot girls with not a lot of clock watching and GFE, is more normal then Tijuana.

    Bad things food and weather not as good as Tijuana. Also a little more expensive and expensive to travel to MTY, but things could be changing with the airlines.

  14. #3643
    Quote Originally Posted by Chester11  [View Original Post]
    Good afternoon colleagues someone to tell me if the motels in the city of Monterrey are closed?
    https://goo.gl/maps/7bpNLWSFxxQXvMvF6

    This is one motel I've used in past, Motel Dali in Northeast part of town. You can maybe call them and ask what the situation is?

    Another option I use in central part of town is Hotel 500. Free breakfast, convenient location, luggage storage, parking lot across street for small fee.

    "Getting my duck wet" doesn't meet grounds for essential travel so I can't cross the Rio Grande at the moment. Boo.

    Did hear from alt sources that all Monterrey clubs are closed until further notice so strippers are walking the streets just outside the clubs.

  15. #3642

    Help

    Good afternoon colleagues someone to tell me if the motels in the city of Monterrey are closed?

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