Villas Arqueologicas Teotihuacan
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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Návšteva najznámejšej mexickej archeologickej lokality Teotihuacánu, ktorý je vzdialený 48 km od Mexico City. Prezrieme si pyramídu Slnka, pyramídu Mesiaca, zvyšky pôvodných palácov a Triedu mŕtvych. Zastávka pri bazilike Guadalupe, uvidíme tu obraz ktorý sa nedá dodnes vysvetliť, nie je ho možné namaľovať …
... 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 ...
Today we visited the city of Teotihuacan. Teotihuacan is a mysterious city with an unknown origin. According to our tour guide, Teotihuacan was built by a group of people called Teotihuacanians. The city was built between the 1st and 7th centuries A.D. It is the city where Gods were created. The city has the temple of Quetzalcoatl and the pyramids of the Sun and the Moon. ...
Today we had an excursion to the city of Teotihuacan, the city of the gods. Our tour guide's name was Miguel and he is the head archaeologist of the city. I had overheard that he normally doesn't give tours himself unless diplomats come to town, so having him give us the tour was pretty awesome! He was so nice and very informative with his tour and he even prepared notecards for us with diagrams and keywords. We saw the Quetzalcoatl (snake with the beautiful feathers) Temple, or ...