Summit of Pirámide del Sol, Teotihuacán, Mexico

Latitude 19.69248°N Longitude 98.84353°W

Sunday, September 8, 2002

start of trip previous entry back to world map next entry end of trip

Diary:

Day trip to the ruins of the ancient Aztec city Teotihuacán. The pyramids of the Sun and Moon were incredible. The monstrous Pirámide del Sol is the third largest in the world (after Cheops in Egypt and Tepanapa in Cholula, Mexico). Standing atop this wonder with the wind in your hair and a 360 degree view of the ancient city spread out beneath you for miles around - words cannot describe the spectacle.

Back in MC, we ate dinner at the popular Pollos Valle, the best roast chicken we've ever had for $2, and decided to extend our stay in Mexico City for two more nights. We like this place!


Photos: (click on images to see full size)

In front of the awesome Pyramid of the SunCrowds hurry to the top to absorb pyramidal energyIt's really REALLY big!"Every possible location 
Has a simple explanation 
And it isn't hanky-panky"
The Pyramid of the Moon


start of trip previous entry back to world map next entry end of trip

Email us!

Images and text © 2002-2011 NicoAndKeiko.com
All rights reserved
Reproduction in whole or in part without permission is prohibited