Rosarito from San Ysidro on foot

Rosarito, Mexico
December 13, 2017 4:23pm CST
Once you get off the trolley or bus in front of the McDonald at the trolley station in San Ysidro. There is a path of people going up around the building leading behind the other buildings beside it. Follow it. You will need to buy a visitor's pass through the gate of the border crossing. Once you leave the border building follow the walk way to some white buses which cost 10 pesos or 80 cents or so to ride to Madero where you will get off and across the road in an alley are some yellow and white vans which will take you to Rosarito for 22.50 pesos or dollar and a half depending on the exchange rate. You can get off anywhere in Rosarito along Benito Juarez or even before you get to Rosarito. Buses go back and forth along this route just like the ones in San Diego for the metro. Rosarito is a tourist town in Mexico, just below San Ysidro/San Diego California. It is part of Baja California. We have winery s, casinos, vast majority of churches, surfing, bed and breakfasts, hostels, parks, beaches, and restaurants for people of many different cultures. Our shrimp tacos are served many different places down the coast for a dollar to a dollar and a half in some places as well as the fish tacos. The people are very friendly and easy to get along with. It has been a haven for people wanting a place to settle down that don't have a lot of money to do so with. You can rent a two to three story house for as little as $400 to $600 a month USD's despite the fact just across the border in the US it would cost you $1000 to $2400 USD's for a room for a month.
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@MALUSE (43615)
• Uzbekistan
13 Dec
Considering that I don't live in your area, not even in your country, not even on your continent I'm a bit at a loss. It would be nice if you told us why we should go there. What is there to do or see? Who is this information meant for?
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• Rosarito, Mexico
13 Dec
certainly M.-L.. Rosarito is a tourist town in Mexico, just below San Ysidro/San Diego California. It is part of Baja California. We have winery s, casinos, vast majority of churches, surfing, bed and breakfasts, hostels, parks, beaches, and restaurants for people of many different cultures. Our shrimp tacos are served many different places down the coast for a dollar to a dollar and a half in some places as well as the fish tacos. The people are very friendly and easy to get along with. It has been a haven for people wanting a place to settle down that don't have a lot of money to do so with. You can rent a two to three story house for as little as $400 to $600 a month USD's despite the fact just across the border in the US it would cost you $1000 to $2400 USD's for a room for a month.
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@MALUSE (43615)
• Uzbekistan
14 Dec
@ginsengnuts77 Thank you for the info. In my opinion, all this belongs into the post proper. I'm certainly not the only member in this international community who doesn't know your place.
• Rosarito, Mexico
14 Dec
@MALUSE It's added. Thank you. I don't always think things through well. Your help and contribution was wonderful.