Villas Arqueologicas Teotihuacan
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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Breakfast Available
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... Terminal Central Norte de Autobuses for MX$5. Once inside the bus station we headed left to the Teotihuacan ticket office and bought two open returns to the site for MX$88 each and went out to wait for the bus. The bus ride was only an hour long making the journey door to door about 2 hours max. We were dropped off and picked up at Gate 1 which is a short walk from ...
... already lying in ruins when the conquerors arrived. It is thought to have been destroyed suddenly, perhaps by an uprising, as all key, central buildings show evidence of fire (to the highly trained eye) and many show signs of having being systematically damaged. What we can see today was unearthed during the 20th Century. The pyramids here are breathtaking. The entire complex is covered in stairs and there is plenty of climbing to be done as you explore the ...
... hard shoulder.
Despite our best efforts we cannot get the repair plug to seal fullyand decide to get the bike off the busy highway to a safer place to fix the puncture Fortunately highway assistance truck stopped to direct the trucks away from us and direct us to where we can get the tyre fixed.
As with most junctions ...
... was where Miguel told us that 260 people were sacrificed. We also saw the houses where the people lived and learned that when one of the family members dies they dig a hole in the floor of their house and bury them. After our tour of the city, we were free to climb the Pyramid of the Moon and Sun. We started out climbing the Pyramid of the Sun and I was actually surprised at how easy it was compared to the huge mountain we climbed earlier this week. There was also a rope down ...
... breath. We got a little lost trying to the Barragan house, but eventually we found a very drunk man on the sidewalk who was happy to point out the house to us. We were told that it might be later before a tour in English was offered, but then the English-speaking tour leader arrived, so we were lucky enough to have a private tour in English. It was fascinating, and the guide was excellent. We didn't learn that much about Barragan himself, but ...