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Went with a few members of my team in to the mall. The entire center area is a food court. We could not understand the menus at all. We were able to order but only because the girl at the counter spoke english. That makes...More
It’s different - much nicer than Nacos which we visited the day before - people are friendly - parking is a problem - wife got out and walked through the open air market - you turn right as you come across into
Mexico - immediately...More
Yes, crossing into Nogales is rather intimidating; the Wall, the Police (both sides) the Border Patrol (both sides). But you WILL survive this "gauntlet", and even gave some neat stuff to go along with the stories when you get back home.
First, do a little...More
I crossed the border into Nogales in hopes of getting one last passport stamp before I had to renew. There isn't a lot to see or do.I walked the streets a little bit, bought a cart-taco (which was excellent), and shopped for trinkets. If you...More
Walking over the border, I thought "how exciting" A quick trip to see Mexico and do some shopping after our visit to Tombstone
As soon as you're over. You immediately regret it. I don't mean to sound privileged or snobby; I've been to some very...More
I was recently in Nogales for a few hours and enjoyed browsing through La Granada Boutique underneath La Roca restaurant. If you only have a short time to spend across the border and are looking for clothing or handicrafts that are quality and a bit...More
It is a nice place for friends and family, but there's no other place to go in Nogales.. Is so annoying that is the only place and because of that all the people go there, that means is always full.. Amd in the hollydays, forget...More
A rule of thumb in Nogales is that if you're American, take what you need and nothing more. The stark wealth divide is palpable. The residents of Nogales are excellent hagglers. Have the exact amount of money that you need with you, and nothing else....More
Have travelled and lived in Mexico mostly along the border areas. I love the food the cultures and the people. I would have lived there permanently if circumstances had been different. My husband is Latino and they have a great attitude on life everything has...More