Teotihuacan

On our second day in Mexico we visited one of the most famous attractions – the ruins of Teotihuacan nearby Mexico city. It took us almost two hours to get there via Metro and bus but the price of 38 $M for both (per person; about 2.30 Euro) was ok and the ruins were just amazing. The archaelogical site with all its pyramids and platforms is pretty large but from the top of the Pyramid of the sun you have a perfect overview. Unfortunately, it started raining a few minutes after we reached the top so we got wet allover ;)
In the Amigo Hostel (which is clean and has private rooms on hotel niveau) we met a few guys from San Francisco, Australia and Lenny (from nowhere!). Over some beers he told us that he`s been traveling around the world for about three years now. I think there is no place on earth he has not yet been and no TRICK he doesn`t already know. Hope we`ll see him again some day!

- Bernd -

Isabell walking through the Ciudadela (© 2010 Bernd Neeser)
Isabell walking through the Ciudadela (© 2010 Bernd Neeser)
View onto the sun pyramid (© 2010 Bernd Neeser)
View onto the sun pyramid (© 2010 Bernd Neeser)
Climbing the stairs to the see the Temple of Quetzalcóatl (© 2010 Isabell Gernert)
Climbing the stairs to the see the Temple of Quetzalcóatl (© 2010 Isabell Gernert)
Temple of Quetzalcóatl (© 2010 Bernd Neeser)
Temple of Quetzalcóatl (© 2010 Bernd Neeser)
View from the sun pyramid (© 2010 Isabell Gernert)
View from the sun pyramid (© 2010 Isabell Gernert)
   


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2 comments on “Teotihuacan

  1. Thomas on said:

    Nice shots! :-)

  2. Thank you! ;)

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