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We went to the modern art section of the cultural center and found it very interesting. Be sure and go to the first floor gallery where the artist depicts a modern version of the events leading up to and the death of Christ. In this...More
My expectations were [ridiculously] set too high. I do like the building, walking into a ball---cool. I was a regular in the Monterey Aquarium, different art galleries, and the Smithsonian museums. I hoped to see an exhibition of the Mexican Revolution, but didn't see one....More
This Museum is totally Excellent. I've seen 2 sets of shows here and they could stand up against any museum in New York City. They show traditional, controversial and totally up to date selections of paintings, photography and sculpture. There is also a theatre with...More
I've been several times at CECUT every time a great experience. It's a very interesting place, not just for the building itself but for the ever changing art galleries, the projections at the IMAX, teather plays, and expos. If you are in Tijuana take some...More
Well I had an hour to kill waiting for my dentist who was across the street from this big ball Aquarium. This was an enjoyable hour spent there. I think the price was @ 4 bucks or less. It housed some really beautiful fish and...More
If she is driving or walking into Mexico from the US, that is not a problem. Driving back in to the U.S. should also not be a problem. I'm assuming if she flew into the U.S. she already has the proper documents (passport... More
If she is driving or walking into Mexico from the US, that is not a problem. Driving back in to the U.S. should also not be a problem. I'm assuming if she flew into the U.S. she already has the proper documents (passport stamp and I-92 you fill out upon arrival in the USA). Make sure you have those documents with you when you go back. The border has undergone a lot of changes recently, mostly to better expedite the crossing process. Even US citizens are now required to carry a passport to go back in. Any additional permits you may need (if she doesn't have them already) you used to be able to process them at secondary inspection. They have gotten a little stricter about it though, and they may want you to have that already by the time you get to the inspection. If you don't, depending on who you get, they may send you back to get it, then you have to wait in line all over again.
If you are walking, the office you get those documents from, you will actually walk by it to get to inspection point.
I would check with U.S. Customs and Homeland Security to verify documents needed.
Hello, the walking border has been switched by places and it is a really long walk. Also, it is not safe at all to go walking through the streets without someone who can protect you. As a local I'd recommend taking an uber... More
Hello, the walking border has been switched by places and it is a really long walk. Also, it is not safe at all to go walking through the streets without someone who can protect you. As a local I'd recommend taking an uber or if you have global entry/sentri take your car.