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... god. The builder put in a glass eye terrifying the victims about to be sacrificed.
From here on the Pyramid of the Moon the Quetzalcoatl Palace Complex (Palace of the Precious Butterfly) was seen and are believed to have been the the Pyramid of the Moon high priests residences.
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... and I visited Bellas Artes opera hall. It took 34 years to build and was finished in 1935. Inside there were some murals by famous impressionist Diego Rivera. We made our way back down the Madera (walking only street) which was very busy, and lined with many old buildings dating back to the Spanish conquest of Mexico, including the beautiful 400 year old house of tiles where we had dinner with Reno on the top level Sambornes ...
... With the flight being late, we were at the gate around 1245 local time [Central time].
A bit of a walk to immigration, the forms having been filled out on the plane. Made the mistake of exchanging some money before out into the public area, probably getting about 2 peso less per dollar than I would have by waiting; live and learn lesson is check airports re currency exchange beyond the baggage carousels.
... the most famous latin american artist and is most well known for her self portraits (the lady with the monobrow). After the museum we walked back through the park/tree nursery filled with squirrels to the subway which we then got to our next stop, the Anthropology museum. This museum was huge and had information and exhibits on all the different types of people in central america and surrounding such as the Aztecs and the Mayan. The highlights ...
... of a recent fatal accident; so mind: in the case of the Pyramids and Temple does not apply the "running up and down": you must be cautious when climbing the narrow steps and then when going down! Then there is no problem. Though some people stopped to breath halfway. The sight is beautiful. Somehow magic as everytime you look at so ancient but mighty misterious things, built without the technology that it is supposed to require.
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