Numerology information Tijuana:

numerologyName Number: 4 Meaning: Stability, Sameness, Regular, Rules, Condition, Responsibility, Routine, Frame, Detail, Order


Definition funny of Tijuana:

urbanLocated in Mexico, right next to the border to the US, it is the single most visited border city in the world. Also, it's not as shitty as those cheap, stereotyping American films would have you believe (read: it's not composed of a bunch of dodgy bars and whorehouses and a tiny police office). Rather than have a long central vein and then nothing around it, as another poster described, it is a diverse, large city; and like every other city of its size, it has its good and bad neighbourhoods. Sure there are parts of the city where crime is high as fuck and the conditions are practically unfit for human life, but hey, Mexico is considered a third-world country for a reason. Besides, there are also the "nicer" neighbourhoods, which pretty much look like a first-world suburb (and no, it's not just the narcos that live there). I'm not surprised the other posters are entirely unfamiliar with that last part of the city, as they probably only visit or know of the first one; which is, sadly, the one that draws the tourists in.

urbanToday I found out that Tijuana isn't just some fucking crime spot.

urbanthe funnest place on earth. also, the best place for a southern california teenager to go for a saturday afternoon, to get hammered for cheap, if your under 21. $1 coronas and shots of tequilla. the drinking age is 18 there, 5 minutes south of the U.S.'s drinking age of 21. but they dont card anyways, you can go get drunk when your 10 and all they would care about is if your a paying customer!! make sure on the way back in the line, you help support the local economy and buy some churros or a cheap tourist trinket item :)

urbanfriend 1: lets go get hammered! friend 2: but were not 21 yet... friend 1: then lets drive down to tijuana! friend 2: okay, i want a bag of churros on the way back!

urbanA microcosm of American empire building in Baja California - the part of Mexico they forgot to steal way back when. Apart from the main drag that lasts about 200 yards, filled with bars, strip clubs and pharmacies (children selling chewing gum on the streets optional), there is literally nothing there. Walk one block either side, and it's like stepping into the Third World, before returning to $1 bottles of Dos Equis in chintzy bars set up for American tourists, students, and people that can't afford a trip to Mexico City or Cancun. Still, it's the shortest border check on the planet - they don't bother checking, as they know you aren't smuggling anything into the country. It's returning to the US that has the usual body cavity searches...

urban"Let's got to Tijuana, where it's twenty cents for a shot of tequila!"

urbanMexican town that shares the border with the US. Scary ass ghetto place. When you get through, you see 'welcome to Mexico' and tons of homeless kids playing miniature guitars for money. You basically walk around, looking for bottled water (since you can't drink the faucet water in TJ), hoping not to encoutner a gang of muggers or organ-thieves, and especially not the cops who will kidnap and rape you and then steal your money. A bunch of cheap ass trinkety stores with Mexican guys yelling at you in Spanish or some kind of English and grabbing you, trying to force you into their store. Lots of cheap alcohol and tourist bars, which are dangerous bcuz you NEVER wanna get drunk in TJ! You'll get killed. When you drive back out again you have to yell "American Citizen" in an American accent so you can drive out. If you sound Mexican, they keep your ass in Mexico Basically, not a good place to go.


Songs about Tijuana:

songsTijuana Taxi (Album Version) by Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass from the Album !! Going Places !!

songsTijuana Dance? by Rick Braun from the Album All It Takes

songsDesperation Samba (Halloween In Tijuana) by Jimmy Buffett from the Album Last Mango In Paris

songsTijuana Jail by Kingston Trio from the Album The Kingston Trio Greatest Hits

songsTijuana Buzzkill by Ray Scott from the Album Ray Scott

songsTijuana Taxi by Herb Alpert & Tijuana Brass from the Album La mejor musica instrumental Vol.3

songsTijuana Taxi by Mexican Border Brass Ensemble from the Album Easy Brass - Herb Albert (tribute)


Books about Tijuana:

booksTijuana Straits: A Novel by Kem Nunn (Oct 18, 2005)

booksTijuana Weekend - A Mick Murphy Mystery (Mick Murphy Mexican Mystery) by Michael Haskins (Feb 25, 2011)

booksTijuana Book of the Dead by Luis Alberto Urrea (Mar 17, 2015)

booksTijuana Dreaming: Life and Art at the Global Border by Josh Kun, Fiamma Montezemolo and John Pluecker (Sep 17, 2012)

booksTijuana Dust (San Diego Crime) by Cruz Nicholas Medina (Jun 12, 2011)

booksTIJUANA MIDGETS by Manhattan Minx (May 1, 2012)

booksBeautiful Flowers of the Maquiladora: Life Histories of Women Workers in Tijuana (LLILAS Translations from Latin... by Norma Iglesias Prieto, Michael Stone, Gabrielle Winkler and Henry Selby (1997)


Movies about Tijuana:

moviesThe Closer: Season 4 2009 NR - Runtime: 11 hrs 30 mins Starring: Kyra Sedgwick, J.K. Simmons, et al.

moviesTijuana After Midnight 2012 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 44 mins Starring: Rita Ravel, Misty Ayers, Mitzi Doerre, et al. Directed by: Phil Tucker

moviesEstrellas de Lucha Libre: Noches de Tijuana 2009 NR - Runtime: 8 hrs 2 mins Starring: Na Directed by: Na

moviesThe Tijuana Story 1957 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 13 mins Starring: Jean Willes, James Darren, Robert Blake, et al. Directed by: Leslie Kardos

moviesAsalto En Tijuana 2005 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 30 mins Starring: Mario Almada, Rosenda Bernal, et al. Directed by: Alfredo Gurrola

moviesMuerte En Tijuana 2005 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 40 mins

moviesMuerte En Tijuana 2005 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 39 mins Starring: Mario Almada, et al. Directed by: Hernando Name


Wiki information Tijuana:

City/Town/Village, Sports Team Location, Location, Dated location, Fictional Setting, Statistical region, Travel destination, Governmental Jurisdiction, Place with neighborhoods, Capital of administrative division

Tijuana is the largest city on the Baja California Peninsula and center of the Tijuana metropolitan area, part of the international San Diego–Tijuana metropolitan area. As an industrial and financial center of Mexico, Tijuana exerts a strong...

Club Tijuana
Football team, Sports Team, Organization

The Club Tijuana Xoloitzcuintles de Caliente, commonly referred to as Xolos de Tijuana, or simply as Xolos, is an Mexican professional Association football club from Tijuana, Mexico. It was founded in January 2007. The colors that identify the club...