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  1. The border is closed to car traffic right now and has been for over a week. It is open to foot traffic if you want to walk across. For border crossing info and wait times go to: bwt.cbp.gov
  2. Nothing is completed yet but it looks like they will have a couple of casitas to show pretty soon. They also have a couple of 4 story building structures topped out so it is moving along.
  3. La Pueblita is located on the west side just below Tres CaƱadas which is between La Canacinta and La Cristina. Here is the website: https://www.lapueblita.com/la-pueblita/social-life/
  4. Does anyone have their phone number? The only one I could find doesn't work. Thanks.
  5. You can send an email to Norm Pifer for the latest information about the fees on his U.S. Consulate Checklist pifernr@gmail.com
  6. Just did the passport renewal last week and they give you a choice whether to keep your passport or not. We kept ours until we go next month to pick up the new one. Also, we tried Santander, Bancomer and Banamex. Banamex was the only bank that would issue the check even though the information we were given gave a list of banks.
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    The last time I was there a couple of weeks ago they had 40% for seniors on Wednesdays. I think it is still going on so it makes for a great value. I usually get the enchiladas ranchero but last time I had the flautus with beef and the meat was tough. Next time I will have my usual enchiladas. I meet with a group there about once a month and everyone loves the burritos.
  8. Had their combination pizza the other night. It was a large for 170p. Not the best I have ever had but okay. Thin crust. The pizzas range from 110p to 175p. They also have Burgers, baked potatoes plan or stuffed with bisteck or chorizo, and salads. I don't know if they deliver but their phone number is 766-1235 and you could call and ask. Nice kids.
  9. Friday is prime rib at Arileo in west Ajijic.
  10. The Token Store in San Juan Cosala. The motto is "Giving A Hand Up - Not a Hand Out". Residents in SJC can work for tokens which are then used to buy donated clothes, shoes, kitchen items, etc. Visit the website at: http://www.magicaltokenstore.org/ Jonnie harkerjonnie@yahoo.com 376-766-1970
  11. Perfect! Thanks. I missed that info when I looked at the site.
  12. Where do I find the dates that the Consulate will be in town?
  13. Is it still open? I am picking someone up from the airport and would like to eat there. Any reviews?
  14. If you want South Dakota plates only use Clay County. I just renewed my tags and they are great to work with. To get plates you will have to send them your car title and paperwork. They will send you a new title and your new plates. Here's the link with all the forms and information you need: http://www.claycountysd.org/treasurersoffice.cfm
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