Some partly reconstructed living quarters in the great city of Teotihuacán, circa 300 - 450 AD.
Inside the preserved museum area.
This courtyard is believed to have been the site of some sacrifices of blood.
Making a painting from natural pigments.
Looking down the Avenue of the Dead from the top of the Pyramid of the Moon. The pyramid on the left is the Pyramid of the Sun, one of the largest in Mesoamerica. Interestingly, the names are all Aztec names from when they discovered the site.
Struck by a sunbeam!
One of the better preserved frescos, showing a jaguar.
The Temple of the Sun! Quite imposing, huh?
Looking back at the Temple of the Moon.
According to our guide, this dog hangs out up on top of the Pyramid of the Sun all the time, so cute!
Some cool carved faces, built towards the end of the original inhabitation.
Pambazo, a tasty sandwich with chorizo, fresh cheese, and sour cream.
Fancy chocolate based on a traditional pre-hispanic recipe, except with milk, because it's so much better with milk!
Chorizo, al pastor and I think suadero
Cool street art near our Airbnb in Mexico City.
This is what the Mexico City bus station looks like the Saturday before Christmas... Not the best plan we made on this trip, lol.